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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wediit'sdty, April 23, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Calclwell's Molasses Meal FOR YOU1! STOCK Tho only puro moliisses muni in Cuiitiuii. by Uuequullod for putting ntock in conuUluii ly. IIUJIIOVOH digestion. To hltrod'iico thin i unions nioul In Southern Albei'ta, wo will aend: 200 8.00 500 tbs......... All chargsQ paid. tS Food Merchant, Athletic Park, Phono 349 Lothbrldgo Alberta. Alberta Hna Excellent Openings for General Store. Hardware Store Lumber Yard Drug Store- Doctor Restaurant Livery Barn Implement Warehouse. Bank Harness Shop Barber SJiop Blacksmith Grain Dealer Live Stock Poultry Dealer Boarding House, MAZEPPA Has a tributary territory of 100 Hijimro juiltis of the oldattt ii'il moat thickly iiojuiliited mix. farming district of Alberta. Asquith Lindsay 'VieiUs for Southard Alberta Royal Bank Building, Lethbrldgo J. C. GREENWOOD CO. 30 McDougall Block, Calgary, Alberta. AN UNUSUAL HONOR Aldermen Object to Superas- sessment Being Taxed for This Purpose Though Its ranlta wero de- i cimated by thn failure of certain of i the aldurmua to attend, the city coun- I cil youtoiduy aJlcniwm tutui- fully on, striving with the questions of tho day, until after ilve o'clock. V.'J'.cji adjournment taken, much had hcim talked over and little donri, but a train of thought had. been start, od which may insult In the abolition of tho school tax OR tho miperasneBfl- incut levied on property in me super- asaesbinoiH urea. This In reality was Uit! only outstanding feature of you- terday's council, but the question, w by no means wottled. i Tho dUeusslou arose out of a letter from City Assesnor Meech, asking tliat the council pass tho now stipor- aHHeHBineut bylaw without delay as he Is waiting till that la done to send out his notices. Tho hit- tor are nearly ulj written up, and will bo ready to mail by the end of the week. I In discussing tho KUperassfcttMncnt bylaw, which lias ;t] ready received j llrat reading. Aid. Hamilton tUough-t a clause should bo inserted to the csfi'cct thai the supontBsessed values of property should not come undur the school itax, that they occupied a dlfferont position. People outside the city but within tho school district re- ceived tho .samn school accommoiln- lion aa those- living in or owning pro- perty In the tuiporasHeBHinent area. All should pay on an equal basis. The rest of tlio members present wore hi- olhifirt to agrtic, although it was pointed out tho with im- provements within the siiperanaesB- Ottawa, April McNully, -tb. ft n pointed bishop of the Calvary Diocese, will go to Rome for 1hc consecration per vice. This is at the request, it is said, of Mgr. Sbar- former Apostolic delegate of Ca- nada. Tills U an unusual honor, as thirr have been but few Canadian1 bishops who have-bad this signal hon- or conferred, Montreal, April says: Thai tho system known as the "case count" which' has prevailed in the egg trade for a number of years provides no discrimination "whatever, and that under it the producer, with no reflection on the Iten, la nat couraged 'to market an. ar'tlcle of high quality, was the decision come to yes- terday afternoon in the rooms of the Board of Trade at a largely attended meeting of the- egg trade of pro- inces of Ontario and Quebec. The remedy for this state of affairs was suggested as taking the form of ai; j Eggs Marks Act, similar to ac-t governing fruit. The formation a new produce association was also pro- posed. Determining means whereby con- sninrji's and merchants could be pro- tected against the marketing and rotten eggs was the primary ob- ject of the meeting; Under the pres- Aleo a possibility for election as the eut sys-lem when bad -eggs are found next Pope, (when the death of Pius in the case there is no. recourse for occurs-) the dealer to take, and the opinion ment area would rojuivtitl to pay higher school taxeii according to the land owned tban the man with un- iripioved property. In tht? ond tho mayor that the matter be stood, over and if tho change in 'to be matte, it can probably in- verted in the bylaw the tax for the year. Joseph GHiobyitf granted per- to erect boat hounes and a paviiUon on tho north side of -the lake although he 'was glvuu to understand that tho location-would have to bo acceptable to iJio council and 'the privileges wove in no way special to him'. The olty engineer was iiiBtructctl ia investigate tho cost of laying water pipe in tho public cemetery aa would he rfifinh-dd hy Suut. Hartley of the parka department In his work in beau- tifying tho grounds. The court of revision for asseua- mont was set for Tuesday, May 2Q. The (liiaiici? committee reported 'that tho account of Mr. Hoss, electrical ex- pert, was 5-Ol-OS. It was ordered paid. Tlif abattoir question has not been tattled, ami tho mayor was empower- ed to appoint a committee to further discuss the whole question with llio Board of Trade. And Entirely To Taking "Fruif-a-tives" QUH., DEC. 2401. 1909 "For .the paat twelve years, I had pftinful of I could not digest my focxt RUC! everything caused the most agonizing paiti in my Stomach, I alao had a fearful attact of Comtlpntion and at limes, I had no cjovemeut of the bowels for two weeks. Three doctgrs attended me for two years nie all medicine but did jjieuo pood. My weight came lo.onij w pounds and everyone thought I was going to die. I'iually, I had the good fortune to try and au soon as I to Uicm, I ft'lt better. I persisted in the treatment and to my joy, I steadily improved. Now I feel very vrell, weigh 115 pounds, and this is mou- than I ever weighed even before my illness. I attribute niy cure .solely and 'itirely to "l-ruit-a-tivea" and can nevt-r praise them loo fpr saving my life. To til who suffer from ifyspej siaaiid Cons- Uuation, I recointuend ''1'ruit-a-tives" ia a miraculous remedy" MRS. ANDttinV STAFFORD. 5oc a box, 6 for trial size 250. At dealers or from lfmit-a-lives limited, Ottawa, UI1ULI1 Walter Price Tired of Life Took Rough Means of Ending it TO IMPROVE BANFF Calgary, April Dominion government will expend en the Upper Covo at Iliuiff, according to S, J. Clark, Superintendent of the National Park. Tho work 'will start just us soon us the funds are avail- able, The season opened early thin year, ntid-already tho resort Is crowd- ed with visitors. Hon. Tiiltashi Nakamura, Japanese consul-general in Catuuln, has heen appointed consul-general at London, England. Jle bus been In, Ottawa four years. SHREWSBURY STAYS UNIONIST London, April aa.--Tlio 91irirwaliury byr-olection, which was caused -by the death of Sir Clement resulted In a win for O. 1C. Lloyd, who polled S-ll'l votes, against polled for J. U. .Morris, the Indepundcnt candidate. CALGARY'S CIVIC MARKET Calgary, April public mar- ket, which has boon u white olujihant since it was erected, will probably bo converted into it public swimming; hath. At, 3.30 last evening Walter II. Price, an Kiigliohmau of nbout years of ago, nu-t his death iu tho C. suidor the of ahu'iting eiitdno According :to two eye witneiib J'rJcn (k'lil'or.'itcir thrfMv hink'olf dcr tho pilot with intent to com t suicide, clasping his hands and out- Ktrutctifug hia arms. Tlic not puns over him, but pilot, which is only a few inches above tl track, gave him no chance of mirfsi t, deatti, and ills body was hori'lt 1 niajjgled. It wao to Ji 1 up tho pilot of the engmp before tb body could be removed. The polii had the roniadiK rcriiovfd to Hur-1 undertaking rooms, lie itlentifled hy a pot-tor in the Arlingti Hotel, where ho hud worked so tinui ugo, and also by a Inttcr whl 1 was found in his pock-at. Thu commenced, "My Darllns and wiifi signed "Your Loving Moth- nnd 'tvfla datfl Ktiitnpod Knglnnd. On tho batik thereof wan the engraving; "H. T. Price, Surgical Instrument Maker, 62 Albert Road, Southaea." ovideivtly tho man's father, or brother. No cause can lio given which would account for a suicide, except that the That's the big essentialof all foods and Corn Flakes possesses this quality in a high degree, Has a flavor all its nutritious as heavier foods but, being more easily digested, is far more sustaining, j Sold by all Grocers at 10a Look for this signature man out of work, uiiii judging from tin; tono of Ills motlior'a letter, was dcaiioiidulit. She hud beygod him !o up Ills couraKO. liiul to to come hiMiui to litr an fioon us ho could, statins sllu would him to come. Price luid also worked in the Wind- AFTER THE FLOODS AT DAYTON, OHIO aor Hotel, but hnu" been out of a Job for Rome weoka. The caHfi ia a particularly sad one in view of tlie fact thai hfs people seon'Qd to bt> concerned In the let- as to his wolf aro, aud tho lookinfi1 forward with such keon delight to his return home. U spoke trf his Bister's regarding: his and ths mother's o'wn fond words bO' spoke sympathy, love and deep cem. Price had been, in Lethbrldge for sevenil utonthtt. His people wera cabled tho sad news of their aoa'a death at onco. Tlio wore M. L. Hender- son and C.._C. Lowe. PROPOSED TO SELL EGGS ON BASIS OF QUALITY RATHER THAN CASE LOTS D. D. D. Uezama, Psoriasis. Salt Rheum. Harbor's litch, Pimples, Dandruff, till forms of Itfth or skin llolda instantly to the soothing in- iluanct: of tho mild simnfe wash, the D. D, D. Prescription fur Es.iema, corn- pounded in tho D.. D. U. Laboratories of Toronto, From our experience with akin suf- ferers, we fire convinced that skin rtterJisiO is caused by serins beneath Dm outt-T skin thiit spread and multiply pintil they become a mass of gnawing 'microbes. D. D. D., a penetrating liquid, destroys these germs and wash- es them away, thereby relieving that awful itch immediately. We have sold other remedies for skin trouble but none that -we could personally recommend, as we can the D. P. D, remedy. Lot us tell you also arout D. D. D. Soap. It helps. J. D, HlffiuboEham Co., 5th Street., local agents. of the meeting 'was that the "case a race is quoted, stale and had eggs commanding just as high a price as those of the high- est equivalent to placing a premium on careless and dilatory methods in the production and care of this product. Moreover, it was pointed out that- tile country store- keepers received no encouragement to market--as- article of high quality. The opinion was unanimous ''that legislation should be secured to pre- vent the sale of such products and full approval was given to the pro- posal to adopt a now system whereby due should be made be- tween good and toad eggs. The fol- lowing resolutions weno unanimously adopted: Resolved, "That it js the consensus of opinion of those assembled in this Meeting that the greatest need of the Canadian egg trade ait the present time is the .passage by the federal, mrliamant of an Egg Marks Act, aim- j ilar to the Fruit Mark-si Act; such ac.t! to malre unlawful the buying, selling 'trading in rotten eggs and to iu- ciwdo such other regulations as may thougiit advisable to promote the best interests of all concerned1. Resolved, "That the egg 'dealers assembled here unanimously approve of the proposal to change on June 1, the present system of buying eggs to a system only on tho basis of quality, and ther, ive disapprove of-paying for any[ rotten eggs in our receipts after ithatj date. Resolved, "That the chairman ap- point a committee to draft a consti- 'tutlon and to take steps in conjunc- tion with the trade in other provinces to form an association, to be known as 'The Canadian Produce AssociR- tion' with a view to bringing together city and' county wholesale produce coalers, and ftirtlier, that a meeting be called in Toronto at an early' date to give effect to this resolution." Representing tho federal and pro- vincial RovorJiKicat the following offin cials attended at the request of the trade: W. A. Brown, live stock de- partment, Ottawa; J. H. Hare, live stock department, Ottawa; F. C. EI- ferd, poultry manager, experimental The nsiv FIrat Congregational church, Hamilton, of which Itev, W. R. flllroy Is puatur, Vua tletllciitad hy Uov. Hugh Podley. DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT Thousands of wives, mothers rand Bisters are enthusiastic in their praiaa of ORIIINE, because it has cured their loved ouea of the' "Drink Habit" and thereby brought happiness to their homes. Can be given secretly. OR- R1NE costs only per box. Ask for Free Booklet. Red Cross Drug- Store, Ltd., Acadin Block. farm Ottawa; and1 Professor W. R. Graham, of Guelph. The efficacy and the imperative of a ays-tern of payment hased upo.a quality was set forth by these speakers. Their proposal was follow- etl by continued and animated dis- Now is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots ot feeling ashamed of your freckles, as a new prescription, guaranteed to remove these homely spots. .Simply get an ounce ,of double J. D. Hlginboth- am Co., .Ltd., and apply a little of it at night and morning and should soon see that even the worst freckles 'have begun to disappear, j while the lighter ones have vanished i entirely. It is seldom morn than j an ounce is needed to complef.Riy oinnr the skin and gain a beautiful" clear complexion. Be aure to aalt for the double strength othine as Ihis is sold under guarantee of money back if it falls to remove freckles.. cussion, but through it all It was clear that the majority of the meet- ing was heartily, .in .sympathy with this or any otb'er.measure that wculd enable tiic producers and handlers of this product -to curtail, or if possible, entirely eliminate, .the enormous and needless loss dim to the marketing of bad and deteriorated eggs. It 'was further pointed oii't by cer- tain members present that it would certainly be unwise not to take ad- vantage oi' 'the experience gained Ijy a number of the States., notably Kan- sas and Michigan.. What was propos- ed at the meeting had already been worired out Jn a practical way in these States with the result of very greatly conserving, this valuable pro- duct by eliminating needless loss and thus making the. poultry enterprises more remunerative for the producer and the price of rc- that R, B. Bennett, Conservative Parliament for the Calgary riding, is slated to Hpche, as Min- ister of Interior in the Borden govemmom. in t.he event that Dr. Rocne'a continued ill-health compels his retirement. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE 59 Dairy At 2 o'clock Sharp, on FRANK MAXWELL'S FARM, Four miles South of Lethbrldge 25 Fresh Calved cows. 20 Cou's due to calf shortly. Wight. IXt nnivs. 1 Thoroughbred Durham Bull, weight 1400 Ibs. 2 Grade Durham Bulls. '2 years old. CASH------ PAUL AUDETT, Prop. J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer. ;