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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesdty, April 23,1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 He Likes It CaldweU's Molasges Meal FOR YOUR STOCK T^ie only pure cane molasses meal in Canada. Recommended by feed experts. Unequalled for putting stock in condition quickly. Improves digestion. . To Introdiuce tblB ./famous meal in Soutliem Alberta, we will send: � 200 lbs. .........$ 8:00 600 Iba,........ $19.00 Alt charges paid, . J. C Hanrahan Feed Merchant, Athletic Park, * Phone 349 iOBLE OVER W SCHOOL M o Aldermen Object to^ Superas-sessment Beinj^ TBis Purpose Lothbrldge Alberta. Alberta ^ Has Excellent Openlnga fop QenRral Store. Hardware Store Lumber Yard, Drug Store. . Doctor Restaurant . � Livery Barn Implement Warehouse. Bank � �  Harness Shop Barber Shop �Blacksmith............ Grain Dealer Live Stock a Poultry Dealer Boarding House. MAZEPPA Has a ti-ibiita'ry territory oJ 100 square miles of the oldest raid moat thickly populated mixed farmlug district of Alberta, & Lindsey 'Aflents for Southern Alberta Royai Bank Bulldlngj Lethbridgo J. C. GBEEf>IWbOD & CO. 30 IvicDougall Block, Calgary, Alberta. Though Its raaka ytere tMily decimated by tbe failijro ot certain of the aldermf�n to Attend, th�.oity vcouDr cll yesterday afiemooa laborod' m�fl-fully on, striving wtth. the questions ot the day, until after five o'clock. When adjournment was tekea, much had been talked over aiid little done, but a train of thought iia4, been, started which may result In the abolition ot the school tax on'tho eiaperaBBesa-ment levied on property In the super-assessmenit area. This in^reallty was the only outstanding feature of _yea-terday's .counolV but the question Is by no means settled. The discussion arose out of a letter �from Cl'ty Assessor Meedh; asking that the council pass the new super-assessnaent bylaw without delay a� he is waiting till that is done to send out his assessmemt notices. The latter are nearly ali written up, and i will be ready to mall by the end of the,week. , . In discussing the superasseasiment bylaw, which has already receiv^ed Its first reading, Aid., Hamilton thought , a clause Should be inserted to the : effect tbal the superassessed values ' of property should not comc under the school itax, that 'they occupied a different position. People outside the ; city but within the school district re-; ceived the ^ame school accommoda-I'tlon as those living In or owning pro-' perty in the superassessment area. : All should pay on an equal basis. The ' rest of the members present were inclined to agree, although It was pointed out that the man with i improvements within the superassess- ment area would fbe required to pay higher schocl taxes according to the land, cwned than the man with un-iriiproved property. la the end the mayor aek'Sd that the matter be stood over and If tbe change suggested Is Ho be made. It can probably be inserted In the bylaw striking the tax rat� for the year. Joseph Qlllesple was granted per-nlselon to erect boat houses and a paviillen on the north side of >the lake although he. 'was given to understand that the location.  would have to be acceptable to the council and ithe privileges were In no way special to him', The city engineer was instructed to investigate the cost of laying water pipe in !the public cemetery as would be required by Supt. Hartley of the parks department in his work in beautifying the grounds. The court of revision for assessment was set lor Tuesday, May 20. The finance committee, reported that the account of Mr. Ross, electrical expert, was $201.08. it was ordered paid. The abattoir question has not been tietlled, and. the mayor was empowered, to appoint a committee to further discuss the whole question with the Board of Trade. AN UNUSUAL HONOR TO IMPROVE BANFF Calgary, April 22.-The Dominion government will expend ?10O,o6o on the Upper Cove at Banff, according to S. J. Clark, Superintendent of the National Park. The work will start just as soon as the funds are available. The season opened early this year, and already the resort is crowded with .visitors. Hon. .Tajcashi Nakamura, Japanese cons'ul-general In Canada, has been appointed consul-general at London, England. He ha.-? been In Ottawa tour years. "I ATTRIBUTE MY CUREIOLELY And Entirely To Taking "Frult-a-tlv8s" Hoi,i;, Que., Dsc. 24th, 1909 "FOfithe past twelve years, I h�d paiaful attaoka oi Dyspepsia. I could not digest my food and everything caused tbe most agouizing pain in my �totnacll. I also bad a fearful attack of CohsHpation and at times, I bad no movement of the bowels for two weeks. Three doctors attended me for two years and gave me all kinds of medicine but did me no good. My weight came to.only 80 pounds and everyone thought I was going to die. Finally, I had the good fortune to try "Frult-a-tives" and as soon as I began to take tliem, I felt better. I persisted in the treatment and to my great joy, I steadily improved. , Now, 1 feel very well, weigh 115 pounds^ and this is more than I ever weighed even before my illness. I attribute my cure so'lely and ntirely to "Fmit-a-tives" and can never praise them too much for saving my life. To all who suffer from Dyspepsia and Constipation, I recommend "Fniit-a-tives" as a miraculous remedy" MRS. ANDREW STAFFORD. 50c a box,. 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from Fniit-a-tives Umited, Ottawa. MSELF NOER AN Walter Price Tired of Life Took Rough Means of Ending it SHREWSBURY STAYS UNIONIST London, April 22.-The Shrewsbury bye-electlon, which was caused 'by the death of Sir Clement Hill, resulted In a win for G.E. Lloyd, Unionist, who polled 2412 votes, against 1727 polled for J. R. Morris, the Independent candidate. CALGARY'S CIVIC MARKET Calgary, April 22.-The public market, which has been a white elephant since it was erected, will probably be conv?.rted into a public swimming bath. At 5.30 o'clock last evening Walter H. Price, an Englishman of about 35 years of age, met his death in the C. P. R. yards here by being crushed under thei pilot of shunting engine No. 40G. According to two eye witnesses. Price deliberately threw him.selt -under the pilot 'with intent to commit suicide, clasping his hands and outstretching his arms. The v,'.h.eo!s d'd not pass over him, but the pilot, which is only a tew inches afeove tlie track, gave liim no chance of missing death, and hla body was horribly mangled. It was necessary to jack up the pilot of the engine before the body could be removed. The police had the remains removed to Hurst's undertaking rooms, where he was Identified by a porter in the Arlington Hotel, where he had worked some time ago, and also by a letter which was found in his pocket. The letter commenced, "My ^ Darling Walter," and was signed "Your Loving Mother,"'ani^ Was date stamped Southsea, England. On the back thereof was the engraving: "R. T. Price, Surgical Instrument Maker, 62 Albert '-Road, Southsea," evidently the man's father, or brother. No cause can be given which would account for a suicide, except that the 5ustairiiiig That's the big essential of oil ioodsandKello^g's ComFlakes possesses this quality in a high degree. Has a flavor all its own-as nutritious heavier foods but, being more as easily digested, is far more sustaining. Sold by all Grocers at lOa Look for this signature CORN FLAKES man was out of work, and judging from the tone of his mother's letter, was despondent. She had begged him to keep up his courage, and to plan to come home to her as soon as he could, stating she would help him to come. Price had also worked Ini the Wind- AFTER THE FLOODS AT DAYTON, OHIO Ottawa, Aprir 22.-Bis:hop McNally, the newlyrappolnted. bishop of the Calgary Diocese,- will go to Rome for the consecration jiervice. This is at the request, it is said, of Mgr. Sbar-etti, former Apostolic delegate of Canada. This is an unusual honor, as there- have been but few Canadian! bishops who have'hod this signal honor conferred.. � � ., ^muXi 6mn)r/f(9 i,/Ks::/c�Zi jEVE'L'py SYSTEM FOR SELLING HEN FRU PROPOSED TO SELL, EGGS ON BASIS OF QUALITY RATHER THAN CASE LOTS Montreal, Apl'II ;2t.-"Tie: Oaawtte, says: ' ' . ^; ^ v;':- ,Thait tho system ki&wn';-asj the "case count" whl(^' haa ppevfilled \p the egg trade for a -number of years provides no dlscriminetldn -whktev^ri and that under it the; produeer.w^^ no reflection on the\l�on', Ib' Mt �n^^ cburaged to mirfcet" an article: of ;hl^ . qualltjc, was the declBl.en corhe to yesterday afternpon Iii the rooms pt the Board of Trade: at.ft lar^ly atteinded meeting of the ,eg�, traded of ,the .provinces, of phtariojuid Queij.ep/ The remedy for thls;state bf'affairs.weifl Suggested as taking the form bit an '3?ggs Marks Xc't, ^inallar; tbr tHe act governlhgy fruit. Tjie fbrmatlon bf a new produce association -was also pro-posed. Determining- means; whereby oon-BumerB and merchants could be protected'against the; marketing of stale and- rotten eggs 'V*^^? the jirlniary ob- Ject of the meeting. Under, the pres-; Also a possibility foreloction as the eat system 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 CaHUINAL l-ii. SKIN SOOTHED AND HEALED BY D. D. D. ; Bozenia, Psoriasis. Salt Rheum, Uarber's lltch. Pimples, Dandruff, all forms of-Itch or skin eruption-^all yields Jnstuntly to; the soothing In-: rluonce of tho mild, simple vwasbv the D. D. 13. Prescription:forEoaema,oom^ pounde'd in the D. D. Laboratories of Toreiito. , From our: experience with skin sufferers, we -are convinced that skin dlsnase is caused'by;germs beneath.the cuter skin that spread and multiply, until they become a; mass of gnawing microbes. D. D; D:, a penetr9,tlng liquid, deptroys; those g^rnj'san^ washes them away,,-thereby, relieving that awful Itph Immediately. ' We have sold othpr remedies for skin trouble but none 'that IG, Auctioneer*, A CALGARY DREAM Calgary, April 32.-It ig reported hero thaf R. B. Bennett, ,CqnBerva|];lve leadpr of the piovlnce, and member of Parliament for the, Calgary rldlug,' 1r slated to succocd;Dr.,Jlo-SMnH, Auctlor If mm tkAMmmsmMm....._________________________________________. ;