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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Blue Ribbon ! Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon pure food products arc the standard of quality and purity. There is no "just as good" as the best. Blue Ribbon CofFee and Baking Powder arc sold as are all oilier Blue Ribbon goods, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. SAD DEATH OF A Cranbrook, B.C., April 18.-Fire at 0 o'clock IriBt night did considerable damage to the homo of Mr. Jack Beaton, Garden avenue. The losi on the building and turnlturo will b� approximately . U.OOU. Bundajr mornlni; there passed peacefully away at St. Kugono hoipltal at 5 a.m., MrR. Marie Paacuzzo, ot Sirdar, at tbe age ot SO years. Death was the result ot an actue attack of pneumonia. The clrcumstanciis lurrotuid Ing this lady's death are extr�m�ty Bad, there being left to mourn her seven small children. The funeral, one ot the largest In Cranbrook (or some Ume, took place this morning at nine o'clock from 8t. Mary's church. The pall bearers were Frank Pro-Yonznno, Ross Fascuszo, Joe Fazio, Frank Magro, A. Calautl, D. Antonio. Mr. RoBB Pascuzzo Is a relative of the deceased lady. Uniforms tor the remainder of the 22Gth battalion have arrived and are being distributed. Easter Novelties-Staple Merchandise SIMPSON^S We invite the public to com^ and view the splendid collection of the season's best styles of READY-TO-WEAR SILKS, HOSIERY, CORSETS, GLOVES & UNDEmVEAR, All we ask is tliat you come and see'the qualities, styles and prices avc arc asking, then you'll understand why we so often say, "Ypu Save Money by Buying Here."  Ladies' New Siiitis for Easier Tnffota Silk Suits, regmlar values &nn �3B.OO. Sale price _____......../ .DU Taffeta and Serge Combination Suits? Refnilar values $36.00 (t*)*? CfA Sale price............... �pZ/.i)U Finest English Serge and Wool Poplin Suits Ilogulor $30.00 values (IfOC AA Sale price ..............i........^Lo,\Jv Fast Dye Blue Serge Suits Regular $26.00 values (tOA A A Sale price ...................... �J)^ll�Uu Serge and Tweed Suits Regular values $18.00 (t1/I A A Sale prlc....................... ^l*t.UWi Fancy Silk Taffeta, Serge juid Poplin Dresses All moderately priced for Easier $OA AA' trade, ..................$7.50 up totP/^U^UV, More New Spring Coats _ . Iilght colors In blanket cloth and $|A AA' fancy tweeds, reg. ?13.50 values forJplU.WV' Serge and Tweed Coats Regular value $10.00 d�>7 j'fk Sale price ........................ V I tOM Very Fine Serge and Tweed , Coats In big assortment of styles and colors, (Jjl O CA regular $16.60 values for ......... �plO�dU A Complete New Stock of Girls' Spring Coats Received by express today from Toronto Norfolk and other belted styles, shades navy, brown, green and soxe- Three to six years "71* Sale price ..................$3.90 to Sl.Ull The New Silk Sweater Coats Are Here Now THEY ARE CERTAINLY BEx\UTIES COLORS ROSE AND WHITE, PADDY AND WHITE, BLACK AND WHITE, SAXE BLUE AND WHITE; ALSO SHOT EFFECTS IN BLACK. AND RED, GREEN AND BLACK, BLUE AND BLACK. SOiVIE HAVE LARGE SAILOR COLLARS, OTHERS HAVE SHAWL COLLAR. ALL ARE BELTED. ; Prices range from $12.00 up to $18.50. Easter Gloves AT THE OLD PRICES Guaranteed Frouich qualities In black, white, tan ond brown. Per pair.............____$1.50; See the New Shott Silks Make up smart street or afternoon dresses. They oome in shoidea of grey, green, blue ^i (^a and brown, price per yd. ... II.IO A To Get the Very Best Hosiery Values You Must Buy "Hole-Proof" And to get guarantee against hqlos you must buy them by the box Women's Silk "Holeproof", 3 pair in box, per box......$3.00 W^omen's Lisle "Holeproof", 6 pair in box, per box...... 3.00 Women's Cotton "Holeproof", 6 pair in box, per box...... 2.00 Gents' Silk "Holeproof", 3 pair in box, per box .......... 2.00 Gents' fine Lisle "Holeproof", (i pair in box, per box...... 2.00 Gents' fine Cotton "Holeproof", C pair In box, per box..... 1.50 Always buy "Holeproof" Hosiery by the box, and get the written guarantee against holes. See the Boys' Clothing, Hats and Underwear Hundreds of liats for the kiddies. Smart Norfolk Suits for boys from 3 to 10 years, ranging in prices from $3.50 up to $8.00. THE SIMPSON CO., LTD, ITH AVENUE, SOUTH ALL COMPANIES OF OVER $20,000 CAPITAL I BE lAXEO (Continued viwm Fhont Page) al revenue from the companies not hitherto taxed, will be about slrty thousand dollars. U will bn larKely derived from foreign companies. The Immediate occasion for the additional tax Is owing to n, recent decision ot the privy.' ooiincll preventing provin COS ImposingItc'ensa un Oomnilo ' lncoriK>rated'c6!mpanIeH, but the power ramtlnw] to 'Impose a tax. This right, however, Is ezerclsablo only In ease all companies are placed on a similar basis. It therefore becomes necessary to tax,local companies as well as foreiKn companies. The Liberal aiemptlons, however, will use the taxes to bear Uehtly on local companies, the burden falling on companies with head offices outside the province. Stock Inspection Act The stock Inspection, act gave rise to an animated discussion on the part of men Interested in stock, those taking prominent part buing Frank Leff-ngwell, of Warner, Hon. A. J. McLean, J. P. McArthur, J. M. Glendoiintng, G. Hoadloy, John Kominis and l.-on. Mr. lUarshall. The clause restricting driv ers to twenty miles driving without producing Inspection certificate, was approved by Messrs. Glendenning, Kemmis, Puffer, and McArthur, In-so-far as It applied within the province, and the minister found his strongest supporter In Mr. Hoadloy. The clause objected to read: "Whenever the owner of any stock or his agent is driving such stock from one point In the province to another distant part, twenty miles or more, he shall provide himself with a certificate from an inspector of stock or brand reader." The clause carried. When the tariff of fees was reached opposition was renewed by Messrs. Glendenning and Puffer, but no change wa* mode. The tariff has been In force since the territorial days. Mr. Lefflngwoll made a strong plea for tlie farmer whose stock Is liable 1 to be mixed up with the large ranch-i ar's herd and driven off. He wanted to have every facility given the farmers tor examining driver's herds to search for his own stock. At night the co-operative hail insurance act was put through. Several amendments by Mr. Hoadley were i lost as well as one by P. Whiteside, Coronation, and J. A. McColl, Acadia, that hay meadows and grazing sections be exempt. This completed the ' public bills, the premier having wlth-I drawn the general hall act. Private bills were then tackled and I as they had all been consiiiored by the standing committees, there was no delay. The Calgary city charter amendment, Lethbridge charter. Ranchmen's Club, Galgary bill, the Taber transit ijlll, were put through with a rush. High River and Hudson's Bky Railway bill providing for a year's extension tor starting work, was discussed, Hon. C. R. Mitchell wanting to know when work would start. It was to run through his riding, also Redcllff. Dr. Stanley said the company had spent $8000 on survey and meant business. When the Edmonton bin including the hydro electric agreement was reached, Mr. Tweedle moved an amendment that the act do not come Into force until endorsed by a two-thirds vote of the burgesses. The amendment was defeated. The Red Deer charter amendments were : put through unchanged. The Medi-' cine Hat charter bill was amended on motion of Capt. Pringle, restoring , the basis of church taxation to an exemption up to half an acre as It was before 1915. Dr. Stanley was opposed. Capt. Prlijgle's explanation however satis-fled him. Mr. Tweedle said no church should be taxed. Cannot Export Gas The bill validating an agreement between Edmonton and the Northern Albertan Ga^ Co. was amended prohibiting the company exporting gas from the province. Mr. Mitchell moved that nothing in this act shall be construed to give the company any authority to exorcise any of its rights A GHILO'S TONGOE SHOWS IF LIVER OR BOWELS ARE ACTIVE IP CR088, FEVERISH, SICK, BIL-IOU|, GIVE FRUIT LAXATIVE AT' ONCE. m Smiles bright-teeth white with rD0UBLEMINT3 Delicious, wholesome, beneficial, appetite and digestion'aiiling coniectians Pleasant insurance against teeth decay, bad breath and acid mouth. Have you seen "Wrigley's Mother Goose, introducing the Sprightly Spearmen"- newest jingle book -28 pages in colors? (HERE IS A SAMPLE VERSE) As I was going to Saint Ives I met a man with seven wives- Each wife had a fine, dear skin. All were fat-not one was thin. And each had a dimple in her chin; What caused it? WRIGLEY'S! Write for this quaint, free book today and always ask for **Wrigley*s**- the gum in the sealed package-made in the newest, largest gum factory in Canada. WM. WRIGLEY JR. CO,, LTD. WHgloy BufHtng, Toronto Chew it after every meal Every mother reaillzes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs," that this is their Ideal laxative, because tliey love Its pleasant taste and It thoroughly cleansea the tender little stomach, liver and bowels without griping. When cross. Irritable, feverish or breath Is bad, stomacli bow, look at tho tongue, Jlothor! It coated, give a teaspoouful ot this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. When Its little system is full of cold, throat aore, has stomachache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remember, a good "inside cieanaing' should always bo the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "Callfor nla Syrup of Figs" handy, they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your durgglst for a BO-cont bottle ot "Calltornia Syrup ot Pigs," which has dlroctlous for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Beware ot counterfeits sold here, so don't be tooled. Get the genuine, .made by "Cnlitornia Fig Syrup Company."-Advertisement. \ or powers over that piece or parcel ^ of land one mile In width lying wlth-]^ In and adjacent to tho boundaries of the province of Alberta. The effect ot this amendment is far-reaching, as it is the first Instance wherein the government has taken a decided stand with respect to a policy recently adopted whereby natural gas companies operating in Alberta will be prohibited from exporting this great natural asset.' It Is of significance to northern Alberta, as there have been rumors of schemes to o.\port gas'as far east as Winnipeg. The government, Mr. Mitchell, says, takes tho position that this particular Alberta I produce belongs to the people of the j province and It will bo needed in tho | future development of the province. All the bills were put through committee before adjournment Including tho graduated nurses' bill, United Assurance Go. and several minor acts. All that remains for Wednesday is the formal third reading of twenty bills and the farewell address of the lieutenant-governor. PROVINCES MAY BE ASKED TO DEAL WITH CONSCRIPTION Quebec Is the Stumbling Block In the Matter with the Dominion Winnipeg, Apr. IS-Compulsion was thorouglily discussed at the meeting ot the Winnipeg Recruiting league this afternoon. Chief Justice Mathers, who was recently at Ottawa as a member oC the delegation which Interviewed the government, said: "I beliovo that tho government are sure that conscription could not be forced on Quebec. They are sure Quebec would resent It. They are not sure that public opinion would be behind them If they loft Quebec out." Further discussion took the form that provinces bo empowered to deal with conscription. It was suggested that the matter bo taken up with Alberta and British Columbin, whose legislatures are now in session. It was also thouglit possible that special sessions ot the Manitoba and Saskatchewan legislatures could be called to take up tlie matter. A committee, with Chief .Tustlce Matliers as its head, was nuraeii to go into the whole question and report future action. Meats for Easter We have a choice selection of home killed meats for Easter, Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal Home rendered lard 3 lb. padls ........ Home rendered lard 5 lb. palls ........ 50c 75c Beaf drippinif 8 lb. paUs . Beef dripping 5 lb. palls , Home made pork pies OA - per lb. .............. ^"C ... 30cf .....50c Try Oiu* Noted Pork Sausage For Sunday morning's breakfast; made fraah awtry day at ottr atort. WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET S10 13TH 8TRIKT, NORTH. MIONC 1065 Tho annual report ot the Scandln-avian-Amorlcan Steamship line for ini5 received In Now York, show a net profit for the year of $10,000,000, INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET We Have the Best in Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal for Easter FRESH FISH ARE ARRIVING DAILY, AND IN THIS LINE WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. PHONE YOUR MEAT AND FISH ORDERS TO OUR MARKET AND THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. Our Motto is Satisfaction INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET PHONE 63B. LINDARD BROS., 405 BTH STREET, SOUTH. r 00789511 91 ?78409317176 ;