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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FlUDAY, SKPTCMBEH 3. 1920 LETHBRlliSE DAILY HERALD PACB British Commissioner Promptly Arrests 'Ringleaders And Plot is Nipped jA jA OP PROPBRTV lion of. Hamltt. v Supple- Nox- Area pal inenUry lous -Flin Xo" Loi Block Taxes Revenue Weeds School and, tlonst 'Seclion S. tp. R. M. Pests 1 V B 19 6 S 4 160 1940 5 "1 OF TAXK3 lies- Hail Wild Total pital Lahds Arrears Tares Taies Tares Total Costs Arreari tad 1.00 26.69 1.00 25.89 1.00 68.33 1.00 60.36 1.00 40.54 .1DO :34.89 1.00 28il 1.00 24.19 l.OC 48.60 -1.00 49.52 l.on 48.08 l.or 47.72 1.00 39.33 l.CO 34.15 LOO 1.00 3S.SO 1.00 12.08 1.00 1S.OS 1.00 ?0.9S 1.00 2U2 1.00 20.10 1.00 23.08 1.00 1.00 2S.8S 1.00 21.62 1.00 1.00 1.00 10T.83 1.00 .1.00 47.74 1.00 SS.82 1.00 28.77 l.OU 1.00 17.75 1.00. 33.83 1.00 17.75 i.oo 'me 1.00 43.19 1.00 26.22 l.Oi) 31.J7 60.65 1.00 32.15 1.00 32.75 1.00 21.72 l.OO 41.67 1.00 30.98- 1.00 "21.27 1.00 T''31.0f. 1.00 20.62 l.OD 30.62 1.00 ..8.72 LOO 15.70 1.00 70.31 1.00 1.00 1.00 32.73 1.00 56.6J i.oo 32.7E i.oo as.lf 1.00 36.1F i 1.00 50.4C i.oo MUNICIPAL DISTRICT a 13 FLOWERY PLAINS NO. 33 i: ProTince of Alberta j N 19 S 4 160 1940 S. W 19 63 ICO 31. S3 11 K, W. 20- 6 S 4 160 5.58 3.29 J S W SO- i .S 4 158 837 519 15.87 12.14 K S" 3 4 159 1147 11 S S 41 159- 7 45 S K 'U C S 4 1940 5 K 3' 6 S 4 166 1910 X. W. 32' 6 S 4 166 19.40 J.49 LOiNDOX, official communication from Simla, British India, -Announces 'vlrtileut anti-British (Sropa- 1 g'uuda aiubcg .tba .frontier" tribes, la J the Manshara region, where an at- teaipt lias TieeV in'ade td ofg'aolid a provisional -to supersede the 'British .adrainistratlou. The n .1 1 Date of Salie October 16, 1920 at 10 a.m. 1 -S. W. 33 6 S 4. 166 1141 549 1 E it 6 S t 159 17 64 5 ___ 10 W: 35 S 4 166 1991 13.75 S W 35 6 3 4 159 28 07 5 V 1 4 160 485 5 X 14 9 4'. 160 '4.15 5.29 :-11' i 1 Place of Sale In Front of Secretary's j Office, Etzikom, Alberta i E 4 9 4 160 4.85 R W 19 5 8 4 160 S E 13 5 S 4 160 ish commfogion'er hurried from Pesti-ara and arrested the ringleaders. Arjued and de.mand- ed the liberation of the 'men 'under arrest. Ereatually- they were pertu-adeiV at, one, time the situation, looked dangerous. have been .sent: district as there ,haro been attacks oil 'their post and unrea S F 20 5 S 4 "N" IV IS 6 S 4 160 S. B. 2U f, S 4 156 53'- 6 160 56 N'. B: alV- 6 S; 4: -180 1S.25 11.12 57 N. W..' 2 4 D': 4- ICO 17.27 11.12 ___ IS N. 6 4 4 ICO 43.09 11.12 ____ 59 S. W. 4--S -4- -160 197 S.29 60 S. E. 7 4 9 4 160 3.97 5.39 SI 8. W. 7 '4 9 4 160 3.97 5.29 ___ 6' S E 12 4 1 4 16Q 397 5 20.6J 2o.OS 15.88 DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY Destruc- ARHEARS Of 'f AXES J tlonol j Hamlet Muulcl- Supple- Nox- j vo Area pal mentary lous- Hail Wild lotol Total J Plan No Lot Block Taies Reienue Weeds School Kduca pilal 'nsur- Lands Arrears Costa Arrears and Taies tional Taxes ance Tares of and 1 Section S Tp R M Pests Taxes Tares Taies Costs 1 S W 4 4 157 rHk J1100 ?276a Jl.OO li 1 2 17 4 7 4 160 iU9 1109 JJ S k 18 4 7 4 160 2369 7 l 4 N B 32 4 7 4 ICO 128S 1109 tti SW n 4 7 4 160 460 29 .00 3.0S 6 S 24 4 7 4 160 440 "20 l-OO "-S31 7 N E 26 4 7 4 150 33 1112 J3 8 NE 33 4 7 4 '60 6696 111' l-u'il -1-00- 202.59 9 K P 4 7 4 160 666 529 m 1M 30.55 10 N 34 4. 7 4 160 1S76 1112 3704 1.00 67.92 11 S V, 34 4 7 4 160 3030 1112 '6 SS 73.30 ll I r 4 7 4 100 1112 '74 1.00 12.40] 13 S T 36 4 7 4 160 BJ9 "64 1.00' aMi U S F 3 5 7 4 160 66 a'9 30.5o ll B E 4 5 7 4 160 B18D 1112 8981 64.03 1.00 217.81 16 S 7 S 7 4 160 o29 10 1.00 16.S7 17 S W 9 1 4 160 132 029 J' 3o -1.00 19.9B 18 N E 10 o 7 4 160 1632 D '9 J 3' 1-00 38.93 19 N i, U 7 4 160 1414 1112 '2 .1.00 48.7o 20 N W 12 o 7 4 160 o 29 1058 1.00 16.87 21 S B 12 o 7 4 160 1144 1112 ?3 9S 1.00 60.p4 22 S W 12 5; 7 4 160 441 o '9 1.00 26.oS 23 S W 15 5M 4. 160 353 1455 l.Ou 24.37 24 S E 16 5 7 4 160 529 1112 2314 1.00 40.55 2o B 24 7 4 160 27 CD 1112 1.00 39.J7 26 W 24 5 7 4 160 2195 Jl 12 1-JO 34.07 2o a T 4 160 1985 o 29 1.00 100.23 '8 Is AV 2o o 7 4 i60 838 529 J-JO, 14.67 29 S E o 7 4 160 1'" 30 S So 7 i 160 838 529 VOO.- 14.67 31 N P n 5 7 4 160 760 5 '9 l-Uu. 1S.74 18.74 S. W. 11 4 9 4 160 14.9fl 5.29 C4 S. B. 15 4 9 4 160 S.61 S-.29 65' 3. W. 15 4 D 4 160 3.97 5.19 ___ C6 X. E. 16 4 9 4'160 3.97 67' S. E. IS 4 9 4 160 '3.97 529 68 N W 17 4 9 4 160 3 17 S 7.49 7.49 11.57 7.49 MAMMAL .V. W. IS 94 160 5.73 5.59 .S. E. IS 4 9 4 160 4.85 5.29 71- S. E. 19 4 9 4 160 7.49 5.29 S W 19 4 4 160 749 1S.5S 17.59 36 V E 4 9 4 160 17 64 Reduction of Approximately Fifty Per Cent tarel Exports Also tlown OTTAWA Sept 3 (By Canadian trade in anl-i .1 and animal products during the H'sl four months of the present fiscal Sar slums trade balance lountlng-Jd 48 representing il of the total trade value c BfrrlraSllurc erpdrt trade showB a reduction in value nf fifty per cent when tampareiT with, the exports of the period df 1919 brport figures for th.o months o! the pres eo{ ,je.ar Were Js644.ill9 lEitnst f 90 sis 285 for the correspond ins period of la.el jear Imports In 1'1 0 if ere against i99 71' Tile trade balance In Canada tf ffiiorrii) 1919 wis against spudding mouths of 1919 v SAgriculture including, all classes 'of. agriculture and vegetable produce and and animal products has a favoraDle (ride balance (Pi Thta Ijaftnce is however less lit about than that of the fJtmc period ot 1919 The figures roiir .uuilitlifc- eiporjs f imports trifle bal For J920, exporta 9239 imports j 447 212 fracje balance While agriculture has teen aWe to naintAin a favorable In trade 1 he total trade iji all classes during the first four months of tie fiscal >ear compared Witt the same period of spojia a reduction ot over four mil ions and a "reduction during the first four, months of the present fiscal yea id the riet litde value of export] iis compared with imports of appror mately J4 800 N; W, 22 4 9 4 160 17.64 5.29 75 K. Hi 23 4 S 4 160 6.61 5.29 76 .V. W. 23 4 9 4 160 6.61 5.28 17 8. E, 23 494 160 6.61 5.29 7S-S. W. 23 49 4 160 6.61 -5.29 179 N W '4-4 9 4 160 17 64 3 t S.52 S.82 7 9.26 3. B. 24 494 160 '6.61 5.29 181 3. 24-4 9 '4 160 8.61 5.29' 82 N! W. 25 4 9 4 160 183 S. B. 25 4 9 4 160 ?.47 5.29 184 3. W. 25 4 160 1.89 11.12' 185 N. B. 86 4 9 4 1.S7 S.29 186 N. W. 27 4 9 4 160 17.64 5.29 187 S. "V. 4 94 160 17..64 "5.29 188 N. E. 28 49 4 160 29.17 11.12 189 N. W. 28 494 160-17.64 5.29 190 N. B. 30 49 4 160 '9.26 5.29 191 N. .30 160 -9.26 5.29 7.72 7.72 S.94 7.72 26.46 22'.05 8.82 S B' 31 4-9 -160' 926 S. W. 31 4 S 4 160- 18.31 11.12 195 ,N. W. 32 4 9 4 .160. 35.39 '11.12 196: S. W. 4. S9 :4.-160 M.02 19? N E '33 49 4 160 2200 17.90 11.03 72.6! l.CO ;.J65.41 LOO 28.3; 1.00 39.3J y 1.00 1.00 25.5'i 1.00 1.00 60.0E 1.00 27.0'i 1.00 26.94 1.00 34.2! "1.00 Z7.76 1.00 35.22 1.00 35.22: l.on 24.20 24.20 l.Oi) 24.20 ;1.00 1.60 67.5K 1.00 28.32 I.Ofi 46.SS 1.00 46.25 1.00 24.20 1.00 ,1.00 49.05 1.00 49.73 1.00; 49.11. 1.00 1.00 127.12 LOO 36.98-1.00 -1.00. 1.00 50.75. 1.00 38.01 V W 27 o 7 4 160 485 529 1-0.0 11.14 33 S 27 0-7 4 160 1106 529 r 1-JO 17.35 34 N E 33 o 7 4 160 1112 1861 U06o 8, W 3i S 7 4 160 1493 629 1.00 21.2b V of S E 36" 7 4 SO 706 268 ..V .10.14 s E i 6 7 4 160 '20o o29 1-00 S. E. 33 4.9 4 lliO 22.05 5.29 199. N. E. 35 .4 4, '..i50 8.26 200- N. W.--3 4 9 .4-- 160 11.02 5.29 201 S.'B. 35 4 9 160 11.02 5.29 202 S: W. 35 4 9 4 160 10.14 5.29 203 N. E. 36 4 9 4 160 11.02 5.29 11.02 11.02 11.04 10.58 9.6S 31.75 1 6 T 4 1 42 68 .'.1.00 2.00 39 S W 3 6 7 4 160 5670 11 12 11.57, 1.00 97.47 40 W 2 6 7 4 160 i 41 S B o 6 7 4 160 013 u J 5 1.00 12.02 6 ,7 4 160 ij- 2W -i 13.34 S 6 7 4 160- 397 ,o26 t j i 12.46 A E 6 1 S iS4 4684 1112 1709 n.1.00 4o 9 j6 7 4 4684 1112 3.00 76.05 46 F 10 7 4 160 573 o29 .1.00 12.02 47 24J81 58 S E 22 B 7 4 160 926 1112 21.38 o9 b 674 160 52S 25.60 60 V b 2 6 7 4 160 30 04 11 12 2? 13 7.80 1.00 77.18 61 S F 6 7 4 160 928 tr29 -1.00. 28.54 62 S W 26 6 7 4 160 928 a 29 1267 1.00 28.24 63 N W 27 6 7 4 160 3777 1112 2o 61 1.00. 75.50 64 S E 27 6 7 4 ICO Il64 o 29 1103 .V's 65 S B 28 6 7 4 160 1764 521 1103 16.20 1.00 51.16 60 S W 10 6 7 4 160 J607 1112 i 38.15 67 S B "1 6 7 4 160 662 629 '21 -'v. -1.00 16.12 68 N W 33 6 7 4 160 1764 a 29 1103 1.00 34.9E E. 34 6 7 4 160 S8.6J 11.12 41.72 il.OO _ 70 S B 34 6 1 4 160 ,19.78 11.12 26.28 ;1 SS.lf 71 I W 34 6 7 4 160 2381 111' 26 28 .j. 62.2E E '6 6 7 4 160 2021 1267 ..fa 73 S T 36 6 7 4 160 1060 529 3.53 l.CO 20.3 74 S, E 3 4 S 4 160 2.91 '5.26 6.11 75 N. E. 4 4 S 4 160 10.16 11.12 C.17 242 1.00 30.8' 76 S, W. 4 4 84 160 5.26 6.16 31.75 1.00, 44.1' 77 N. E ''5 4 8 4' 160 3.09 6.17 21.17- 1.00 3GX .78 S. W. 5 4 8 4'160 -'.33 5.29 29.H 41.90 E. 6 48 4 160 5.29 6.37' I.OO 16.1160 .6.29 210 S. W.' 4 5 '9 4 '160 5.S9 211 S. E. B S 9 4' 160' 5.29 212 S. Vf. 7594 160 -47.57 11.11 213 N. E. 9 59 4 160 4.12 ii.29 214 N.'TV. 5 9 4 160- 4.12 5.29 17.91 17.81 17.91 17.91 -17.91... -17.91 17.19 47.2S 17.91 5.29 39.26 S. W. 12 5 9 4 160 5.29 218 NT. W. 13 5 9 4 109 11.02 S. W. 16 5 9 4 160 11.02 6.29 222 S. B. 17, 5 9 4 160 5.29 223 S. W. if 5, 9 '4 '160 28.76 11.12 3'V tf. E. 18 59 4. ,160 '7.12'- 5.29 225' S. 18 5 9 4 180 21.16 5.29 226 N. E.'' 20 n n '4 160 11.02 5.29 227 S. W. 20 5 9 4 ICO 10.74 17.91 28.86 23.57 24.08 17.91 28.61 13. S9 26.46 HIM CARRIERS In Session in Kingston Why Did Western. Postal Work-.era Secede PBTBRBORO, Ont., Sept. At the 19th i'eder-' nted Asio'cfalfon of Letter Carr ers, which opened, here yesterdajr wltfc President Pierre 'Mod; Ireal.'in- the; chair. delegates from all "parts of. the Dominion In attendancci 'tr'tfas' decided to Mold the hereafter; A'niotfbrf'.taj'raliie. the Insurance age limit from' iSS'ifo wag defeat Repr'e'Se'niillteaVwIll '..he, sent Jo. the grades and Labor Congress central and.we'st crfe rsasectlvely.. Tlid: report, veMthe.'- executive deal ox jiiiis (1 se ceS s lon( move riant west i of. the'. Great 'Lakes. He (erring, ifl.the present cry of :the As soclated Pbdial iWorkers (an organ Izatlon firmed. In Winnipeg to 1918f tor" M ..of all Ro'staJ w th.e j 'did the! lecesildni.afidJrecpmmeflded thaC-the ''V; port Son every IhJ.HgJn.thsIf association to prc cure, a wftfklh'g'hasls aniong tbc'dl ferent postal- 10.63 S. W. 34 5' 9 4 160 3.02 5.29 233 Jf: W.' 1694 160-. 5.29 23.05 34 .9.31 1.00 34.U' 1.00 25.7C S.' W. 3 6 9 4 160 21.75 11.12 236 N. W. .5 fi 4 160 17.0S 11.12 237 N' E- 7 6 1 4 16.0- 6.35 .1. 21.16 30.35 64.9S 1.00 1.00 37.35 1.0N 20.85 12.02 S. W, 9 '6 9 4 160 5.73 00 23 0( N. B. 12 9 160 243 S. W. 13 6 S 4 160 9.26 5.29 244 S E. 14 6 9 4 160 20.28 5.29 245 "S. W. U 6- 9 4- 160 5.29' 246 S. E. IS 6 9 4 160 "6.62 5.29 247 S. W. 16 6' 9 4 160 5.29 N. W. 17 6 9 4 155 18.74 5.12 249 S W 17 6 9-4 ISO !8.37 31.53 24.42 17.64. 3L25 21.62 I.OO "47.08 l.OS .48.40 1.00 ofl.P'i 1.00 54.81 1.00 6.S' 1.00 77.94 1.00 14.06.' '4 8 4 -160 2.09' 5.2S 6.01 7.93 1.00 23.2 84 N. W. '9 :4 S 4 160 12.21 11.12 6.73 2 3 33.4 85 S. W. 4 160 3.53 5.29. 6.3? 3.53- 19.7 '86 N. :W. 4 160 44.23 11.12 24.97 1.00 S1.3 14 ,8 4 160 1.22 5.29 6.55 3.53 1.00 17.6 "88 N.: E. 15 4 -4' 160 .17.64' 5.29 7.72 '.l.CO 31.5 89 S. B" 4 160 41.62 11.12 25.04 1.00 90 S. W. '17' 4 '84 160 8.82 6.29 7.72 (J2.9? ..00 85.S -91- N, W. 18 -8 160 2.56 fi.29 7.72 1.00.: 16.6 S '4 160 6.62 6.29 7.72 M'.OO '20.6 4r 160 '.17.64 5.29 7.72 IM 31.6 94 N, W '19 4 8 :4: 160 17.64 j '-14.84 :'.1.00 44.6 95 9. t. 19 .'.4 8 '4 160 17.64 5.29 7-72 1.00 96 N E 20 4 84 160 17.51 16.02 3.92 22.05 1.0H 71. G .97 ,N. .E. "21 -4 S '4-. 160 I.OO..1. 43.3 -H '8 4 .WO' 11.12 22.39 10.72 1.00 70.9 '4 8 4 160 -17.64 .5.29 7.72 1.11 -1.00 8S.O 100 4 '8 160 19.49 11.12 29.00 1.00 60.6 101 s: 'W.' i 2V- '4 8 4' 160 ,38.29 11.12 15.35 '22.05 -1.00 S7.8 '102' "iCE1 :4 S 4 '160 1.32 5.29 5.39 13.0 i 103 N. ''28. 4 S' 4 ;-160 6.62 5.29 7.72 .7i 'isfi J.OO ,20.6 a '104 8: W.: '30 '4 8 4 160 -17.64 6.29 7.72 29.10 60.7 105 '31 '4 8 4 160 12.41 5.2f. 8.E8 .27.3 t: :4 '8' 4 160 S.44 5.29 8.68 107 S.- K. 31 '4 8 4 160 12.41 5.29 27.S 108 4 8 4 160 8.47 -M.OO. 23.1 W.'- 32 484 160 8.39 5.29 8.47 23.1 110 S. W. 33 4 8 4 160 17.64 5.29 8.47 1.00 32.4 111 S. E. 6-5 4 .160 8.37 5.J9 8.48 1.00 jjg S 17 6 8 4 158 1600 11 12 63 1.00 250 N. E. IS 6'9 4 160 S 251 S. W. 18 6 9 4 160 1.10 1 252 S. B. .18 6 9 4 160 1.10 2 253 X. E. U 6 9 4 160 9.26 11.12 L 254 S. E. 19 6 9 4 10.89 11.015: j 12.U i 255 S, W. 19 69 4 15914 '34.61 11.09 8256 N. W. 20 6 9 4 ICO .9.26 0 '57 S W. 20 .6 9 4 160> 54.09 11.12 23.38 5 258 N. E. 21 6 9 4 1601, 30.45 1 259 5 W. 21 6 9 4 159 '44.S9 .11.12' S 260 N. E." 22 6 9 4 159 32.63 ,11.09 2S1 N W 23 6 9 i 160" '6.08 5.29 21.65 5 262 S. W. '23 6 9 4. 155 5.29 24.2S 2 263 S. B. 24-6 9 '4 156 21.27 ,26.18 3 264 X, W.' 25 6 9 4 160 .6.SS 5.29 -15.89 265 S. B. 27 6 S '4 '-'160 7.93 ..6.29 5 266 K. B. 27 l! 9 4 160 20.70 1 S W. 27 S 9. 4 160 8.37; n.29 1 268 N. -28. 69 4 160 -8.37 5.'25 21.83 0 269 N'. K. 28 6 9 4-.1SO 'S.S7 3 270 S. E. 23 r, S 4. 160 .31.55 5 271 S. W. 28 6 9 4 160 --15.53 11.12 19.SO R 272'N W. 30- 6 9 4 160 .11.12 '25.96 1 273 S.-W. 30 6 9 4 160 38.44, 11.12 28.40 8 3 B. 51 6 9 4 160 21.10 (1.12 40.18 5 275 S. R. .32.. 6 9 4 160. 7.60 6 W." 32 6 9 160 7.50. ,5.29 0 277 N'. E: 33 6 9 4 166 8.37 3.46. 4 218 N. W. 3S 69 4 -166 8.37 .5.46 5 279 S. K 33- 6 9 4' 160 7.50 1 2SO S. W.; 33 -9 160 7.60 5.29 4 281 S. K. 3S 294 Duncan Add., 1, 2. 1401 CC 2.10 .41 82 295 Duncan Aitd., 2. 2, HOI CC 2.10 -11 )3 296 Balance .2, 1401 3.1t .41 23 297 Duncan, all of 3, 1401 41 58 498 Duncan, nil' of 4, 1401 CC 2.87 5.41 1.00 21.99 SCRANTON, Sept. A com jnlttcc of 13 was appointed by th letioriil scale committed of the anlhrt iiite mine wo'rkers today to take nctlo vfotv'of having the agreemen signed hy the United Mln 'Worker! and the operators rcopene 'the' 'purpose of making new dc I; 122 S. W. 14 S 8 4 153'A' 37.92 11.12 21.31' 31.75 1.00 103, e 123 N. B. 15 6 8 '4 IGO 5.29 26.46 1.00 VI. 124 N.' E. 16 6 S 4 160 3.23 1.00 1.10 00 1.00 325 N, 'St. 1C 6 8 4 IGO 26.30- 1-00 32. I 126 S. B. 10 6 S 4 162 fr.SS 4.56. 20.86' 1.00 35, e 127 K. 17 6 X 4 160 1.85 21.37 LOO 27. d 125 N. W. 17 6 8 5 ToCi 6.17 5.29 28.57 1.00 41. ..'129 S.'K. 17 ,8-- 4 loj, 5.29 .25.9.4 I.OGr 1.60 1.10 1.10 1.66 4 6i 1 00 4 61 1 00 6.21 1 00 8 W S. E. 18 6 8 4 16fl 5.29 24.6h i.OO ;