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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KUIDAY, SEPTKMnKK 10, Tiff, PAGE NINE Alberto Cities Further Discuss Issue at Calgary With Above Result At the meeting of the municipali- ties o( Die four cities of Alberta In Calgary to dlsuusR Ihs matter of Lbo assessment of subdivisions, at Thlch l.ethbrtdgo was represented by Com- missioner prloclplc of tho tax was unanimously Hgrcoil on. v In -niatter .of the subdivisions there and minority re- ports, ILe latter being wade by Mr. Mr-cell on-bohnlf of the cliy of Lclh- bridge. -r Tho' majority. report reads as fol- lows: 1. That nib jionlun. of the elly be ex- cluded from llie present. limits of the city except those portions which, for or engineering, reaaona, may bo-excluded by. Lhe various couu- cits. 2. That the city be divided Into an inner or residential area, and an al the Edmonton conference. 3. That Iho line separating de- Intng these two areas be fixed by ilia city wllli a view, to the deveolpmeol ol Iho city at ihe present day art the probable development In the near future. This boundary as 90 defined D be fixed by the utilities board anJ subject to change only upon rcconi nieudatlon'of tlie and the con sent of Lbo board. I. No new plane of aubdlylelou to be allowed tn HID outer or agricultural area, Diccpt ID cases where land Is ripe for development for residential purposes, when It sba.ll be brought into Ihc inner area In the manner above provided before being subdivid- ed, thu Idea being to can- cellation of exiting subdivisions ID the outer area by allowing reduced as- sessments, BO as plans -are can- celled. E. No utilities. except as required [or trunk linos or other engineering reasons, to be extended Into thu outer ares. G. The lands In the outer area lo be assessed at their vnlue for ngri outer or agricultural area, In Accord-1 cultural or horticultural wllb Ihe policy already outlined (Accepted with "exception of E on delegates, who desire maximum valuation extending for definite uer- uf years.) 7. The mill rate lo uniform throughout iho city. {Edmonlou die- Unearned Increment No compromise for back taxes, but an extension of the time of pay-1 men I not over toil years. 9. There chull Jje paid to the city In respect of any land located In the area (hnl may hereafter be OIL tbc basis of assessment for lands in un unaubtlivldcd state on the flril title Ihtireof after Llio date of assessment CD Lhe saiJ ba is, one- half ol the increase In if any, I Declares He Is Not Supporter of O. B. lo Union's Kvcord iho sale price thereof, of iho u shown liy and Ihe Eve of the said lurid (roiri lite said tint aBBeasmcnl to ttiu sniJ aalo and on each subsequent salo (hereof tht sanio proportion of (tie increase In value, any, as shown by the sale price there- of and ,lhe average of the meuta s'.ncu ilie preceding sale, until the said land shall be, brought Into ,he urban area or shall be assessed on lie same basis tit assessment as lands In the urbati area. vi'lilcbevrr sh Mrs! happen. Minority Report (The numbers roftr to eecllons the majority report.) 1. Agreed lo by Loth bridge. 2. Object to any fixed dividing line inside city limits. (See Section 3. Principle of developing closer In portion of city accepted, but di are built to keep accurate time. 15 years experience proved it, The system of testr and Inspections assures it. Inspected after each factory operation. Tested in from 3 to 6 positions. Tuned in the case. riding line objected to. (See Section 6.) 4. Principle, of encouragement cancellation uf sonic existing Outly- ing subdivisions and discoungenicn of new subdivisions where utilities an not Inexpensively obtainable acceplcc but fixed dividing line again object cd to. 5. Principle accepted. C. Consider ih'.s section unneces ary as If present charier require ments arc properly carried out there s no need of two definitions ol hoi o find assessed value, and if this con ention is correct, one of the vita for dividing the city into t [istrlcts is obviated. 7. Accepted. S. Accepted. 9. Principle of Increment tax copied, but it should not apply lo an one part. o[ the city more than any oilier part, nnd further, it woul be almost Impossible lo equitably -la two acres o( land if one is to be a: eessed at its "value lor use" and a Increment lax applied and the othi. assessed as at present required ai 10 increment tax applied, anil if 111 contention is correct another vita reason for dividing the city into tw areas Is done away with. QUIET DAY FOR DUKE SASKATOON, Scpl. 17 Sharp on lime, tho (rjin bearing H F, Scalprippl. ot Ihe Iners' local, at considers nt he is being dlscrJminat- d egalnst by ill-1 mine officials In matter of re-i-ninloymcnl in the lines, lu an JUT---lew lie- had with Herald, he Unit the Coal- ursl union Is UNO of in? best of tho unions In th-.- contributions II laclo for a uf months to t 'aIrfotic Kund- was later Isagretment ninor.sj itio members as o iho continuation of iliU payment nd as a result, uinnoy hilherk onlribuieJ was div.-rtod lo the lied At the time tlir- lornl if (ho R.W.V.A. Lcinu forme J aid Mr. Stalprippi. cuppon waR askcc1 rom Ihc locul. ari'l ilif.- uu-mbers de lilcd to make a caiivuss ot camp ho chairman calling for a voluntary 'onunilleo to be Inrrnod by the vice iresidenl of the local. This was done u 1911 ihe of the loca subscribed the curr. of to the led Cross. They also subscribci i2.dOQ fcr the Halifax disaster. Om man from" the local wan delected b> .he members lo as.-iFt iho mice oil. cinla to get. the It lya ot the Coalliurst mint', but Ihe Coa hurst miners. Sir. Kcalpriiipl was care THE REAL TEST Oi home baked food comes when the second helping is offered. The appear- ance, texture and taste of food raised with MAGIC BAKING POWDER is bound to be pleasing and satisfactory in. every sense. Magic is econom- ical and healthful leavener, and because of its uniformity in strength and results, has Justly earned its repu- tation of being Canada's Perfect Baking Powder. Send name and address for free copy of "The Magic Way" containing selected recipes, many Of which are illustrated in colors. E. W. Gillett Company Limited. Toronto. Canada lion, Ibo tlifncully experienced tourlsls and travellers decided not any longer lo per- because of crilitlsm of hts stand ful to lay who mado the sub- absence j" many localUiea of arleq- scrlplions. Helped Ihc Government ro the nalional rogEslration pul into -effect, continued Mr. Scal- voluntary committees were formed hy the loca] lo gt'. all Lhe infers to register. Jle olfcred to as- sist lo get all the men of ilia nation- pllly (ItaHan) lo register. Ho lias also been rtoiog his bosl to gel his couti- Iri'mcn lo respect and observe Inc laws ol Canada. He did his ut- most to' get his countryjiicn to fill !n the replies to Ihe questionnaires in regard Lo tKc Military Service Act. Does Not Favor, the O.B.U. ln- regard Lo tfle O.H.U., Mr. Scal- lirippi slated, that he was never a member of Mic organization. He was In favor ot It once and voted for II because he (bought iliat U would be welcomed by the Rovernraenl, but lie found that this did not take place by the circular in regard to the O.D.L1. issued by the minister of labor, Ho knows now that the O.lJ.U..Js not f6r [he .benelit of Tnnada and; L .censor quenlly, haa nothing lo do-witii-U crimination he has li'een dealt wlllL Excc'lloncy Ihe Duke of all Iheso facts, iMr. Her Grace the Duchess, and Lady i CDnslders that in the Dorothy Cavcndlsb, arrived in Haska- loon Lhis morning and met by Mayor MncMlllnn and the aldermen. togetncr oilier officials of muni- cipal bodies. Owing to Ihe well know preference ol his excellency for trav- elling without pomp, tho Trelcome was pubdued to a certain extent. Never- theless-some hundreds turned oul lo the station .at 9.M to see the vice- regal train ;comc tn. The soldiers in the snlilement of Mervlllo. D. C., have made big prepar- ations for the visit of the Prince lo their settlement. They have arranged to start the beacon fires to burn up old stumps and roots from the first farms there, and he will be asked to I teruls-' begin the excavation work on the of Iho G. W. V. A. headquarters soon to be ereolod there. uatc road and directions alotiff the 'main highways leading to Lcthbrligc, etc. To .'all these we respectfully heg leave lp plead guilty, hut we promise upon our sacred honor that they shall ave our Imracdiatt and unwavering (Leulioh'umil fully remedied, second nly lo that or the several great Irrl- 1 ation projects tbat are now under i I The Coaldale Fair was a howling UCCCFS, largely owing to the splendid iitltutlc shown by the people of Lelh- iridjje who pul. on their holiday alllrc ;nd motored to Coaldale by the thous- ands the LeLhbridge Board of Trade the Rotary Club sparing no effort n nssislfnu the Coaldale people lo their Fair a real success. This was. not "Only an. 'exhibition ol the many hundreds' bf'differcnt products of irrigation block, but also a great exhibition. of the highest orcomrniirilty.'Epjril. The Lclh- brldge 'Dally: and oilier news- paper. publication's cily deservo :fce' highest pralso for" their splendid and: .in_ giving .our' irrigalcil district and such 'wide publicity antT; support.; This t Ind of team work tbe problems of'any community- .Tho Board of Trade, Rotary Ihe and the people of.XethbrlJBe'.generaMy'. have mado many, friends in ahd'around (he Coal- dale irrigated dlstrict'durlng tho week. mit "the maligning of ihe association gr its paid officers by any person" an dauihoriied Ihe "president to en- gage counsel and enter legal action. The re big nation of Provincial Sec- Tclary was not accepteil. Jlr, -Tiirley had tendered his resignation against the league's demand for gratuity. In Ohio, rural roads along which elderberry bushes thrive, are being visited by motorists who pick the berries to make elderberry wine. SOLDIERS 1 GRATUITY made punlic-liy officers'pr Lh'G'.rec'ently form- ed returned soldiers gratuity league riEainsL. officers of .the. G.W.V.A- are likely lo lead lo actions at law. The MILLINERY A New Consign- ment of the Latest m Millinery. Trimmed and Street Hats From and up Orders taken and promptly filled. L. A. SGdTT 407 FIFTH STREET S.: PHONE ff rup i "His Maker's Voice" Dance Records All run, Jairahle and mfafiklt- An aalltnt randy 'from full Orchaln It Jaa Band. N CENTS FOR It-INCH, DOUBLE-MOKD The Trd. M. C Scikk'i Orth. II5M I'm Mnrbc taa GU-O Sh.lrewiilrallKn Tra( Orifiiul Dbktml Itu t rfetm 18JU Tonlik-down In Wm. II MM Khw-f 01 Ahriji Kwtowi VnIfiTri. 1IMS4 YM'ri SOTM Prrllj Sbc Ont-fai Trait Ml Jar Tito IUH FOR U-rNCH, DOUBLE-SIDED SomtMr'! Swnlhtm irnl Gout Momhw, nJ-Oh, Mr Df u'.-Medky Foi Smhh'i 3M90 llrjil I'm Alwijt Chnliif -MedltT Fox Tret j Jot C. SmhVi OrAeAn 3MS2 MtdlfT f Trott SmWi'j Orttmtre 3MM Vktrolu from MO up lo KM en ttr, If Alk foi itte copy a4 omr Marital Iritinj era 9000 ff n 'i ViWTIiiitiU. Hear them at any "His Master's Voice' dealers i br BcfMnw Cim-u Co., LtaHvrf, Montrcd leace Mr. an'd Mrs. y returned from a mutsritrip lo.Sa's' iatchewan and are residing .qu..lha 3ndusty Ilnnch.- L- Mrs. Eeler Herger relumed on IVed- nesd-rfy, after spendlhg some weeks in Medtc'lnc Hal. ''1V' J Mr. L. Cnrlson frieridi at Sunday. The U. F. A. Held Iheir 'regular ...onllily mcolmc house Saturday, 5th, and planned on n to be heM at some future date.-.' Mr. John Cooli'JKelis- busy drawing feed from T. to the AHg- Hanrb. -v Sir. M. Clancy oil Thursday, a da er. Helen Mr. T. H. the gill Ilanrh Mr. nnd Carlson anil Mr. ant] Mrs. lilotiard" Iversbn .woro Sunday of .'Mr. Mrs. .H. Wares. Mr. George his accepted., offer-'vl teacher ot.'Prqspy school an-.l'i liriiendg. uo. his diillcs October. Uth lp leach .until spring. ?on1.'; .work la being dono In the ImmAdlntG y'ci.TiUy with Mr. A. N. Sprinkle as) overseer. t., _ Mr. llnbcrt Scargent, recently re- j turned from rehiJTVtfl j cjjna'hlancpB' .'friends' here liiirsday returning" lp, Cfllknfy' pn'lhn Mr.- IM HoiinJ" "ni'6torert lo EtzlVcm Thursday and 'viHilcd Inclnd- ng Mr! and Mrs. Ge'orgc We harl a 'gOo'tl rdlh'hdro Saturday, ul not enough tlic farrn- rB to ;lo any plriwlng. Some, liowcvch, ook Ihe ftdvnniftgf: to seed tall rye, he moisture havlnR gone down 'in ilowed land abotil-thrce incfrca. Mr. anil Mra. William eponl he week rnd in How Island, relurn- ng Monday. WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE (OIJTH TEAM WORK PAYS Editor Herald. Sin One of the fcntnrc9 nl-thc Hoard of Trade luncheon yesterday was Mr. Arthur 0. Ilanllm'a review of a fir icon hundred mile auto trip re- cently matin by-him through portions of rirhhti Columbl.i, the Slates of Idaho. Moulnna, find tho Eoutnern rnrttori ol llio proylnco ol Alberta.' Ills qlisorvallonH wcro allo gethr.T ot a nnd construe! Iro nature, and Among other thing fittcnlion wns directed In some o. our own.' local ehortcomlnge, ftraon? which wcro Hie housing problem h ncctl o fci-eator ana belter hotel ac com mo da eous display of the highest the Diamond setter's gold and vcd. We InyllG your attention nuaual collection of DIAMOND CLUSTERS eludes mnnj- new notigns now A selection made here is etoro rcpulalion pi ars standing. nrile you to call and In- our large and well select- ock of Canada dutr in- on will convince you thai rlcca R THE CITY'S LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE BALMORAL BLOCK ;