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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDfiK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, Al'KII, COWANS SOLID CHOCOLATE flAPLE BUDS Biles of delickmsneis IGEIIOGE1 Perilled This Wrist of Matters Dismissed Advice of V. C. Brown, Western Superintendent of Canadian Bank of Commerce, at Luncheon of Rural Relations Committee of Board of Trade MAYOR OF ANOTHER MONTANA CITY THAT SYS- TEM IS SATISFACTORY 1 (or i Ihis KOriilas- T-e raatlcr j of submitting a or [jleli-j Ucite vote on the i.irlous mailers, new coatroatlng tbeia was lelt over j until Uijjv. but it if very likely ttal] the Cecisioa lo ao al'.caJ tflth the vote j tho iconey bylaws ar. Jed. will l-i' unhelii. I It was .Iteidei aol to ItK-.uae iut, Iwiier ueter question in the cite. .Kiprox fiettor nss itw rlfM vo j vote on th? uieWscite. whereas the; Mo only throusb the raisin? of N stock, uuj through tho air.algtu'-ul of llio interests of lUif laeu jiu thi> towns ami cities with those of i filiuer. j "We ilou't liothouse Icd I tries." raid Mr. Uroivo. "Industries distributing aseuoics win locate themselves where the I'es: opportunl j ties are oKereil. the cities i should concentrate ou is the Increase j in preducllou of the farm lands, I it !e only through tl.e building up of i communities aud their afso lion Ihe cities, thai both can tstwten farmers cf the west and the cf the cast, hat given rise the west's greatest prcb'em. and these belies will have to get together before we can have a United Canada. By the formation cf a Rural Relations cor.Tmittee in Lethbrldge. lire business men of this have got hold of a fine Idea, and one which, if carried1 out intelligently, will mean im- mtns: benefits to toth the city and the community, and help to solve the problenis of each.'1 Mr. Groivn offered soiu? valuable la u short address to Iho '.o the committee, ernpha- 'Dosva In'Missoula Ihfy liave Ihe car-system. .Mayor HarJIc TvtseJ himself up on tho faci, for some Information, wMch is ihe following letter Irom Mayor o! the Moulscn riiy. j .ire Ihe ouly ones milled Ijve o( ihis comrcittee. V. i siting the need of creating In the rnlnj 'or. .3 money byla-v. Tiio ;c ot of the farmer Ihe Idea thai bo was a nilglu reject ihe water o; the CenaJian Bank of' resident o! tbe city in whicli trades meters and tne ratepayers yay tOommerce. made ihe above for him facilities for feed tho inUrisl and sinking fund j jlr Bros.n heard ot Iho ionuallon !CE an dcaring for his horses at a mod the debt-mures. woah! iave tie o, lhis MU 0( the eftc-yts crate cost, autl ibices where tis wire to vote ivhoit i wliilc lie is CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Wednesday's Leading Features and unusu- ally Attractive Values In The Mid-Season Sale is all -of ihr high siainlanl of nuaiily >ou CMHK-I to lluj al this si-US unable an J iiilimsU-atty ivorlti Its full, regu- lar yet saving posit for mid-si-asou tlwui-up LIVIS on .1 troarter scalp than have j -revlotisly boon offiTOd. juTmllilUK of ocoti- A ouiicd oue-tliiril to the value- of the various lines involved. Read the list throughout, noting carefully the savings, and bear In mind that scores of other equally attractive values await you htre tomorrow. SILK HOSE EC. Regular ViJlt KMra heavy wi-lshl. sole, heel ami tot's atul lojis; black, tan aiU sizes SVj to 10 Ins. SILK SALE .Worth up to I'lalu -Messeialm! the xvLinteil colors.also neat Etripe and brocades, 3'i itu'lies wide. Remarkably Cheap Tailored Suits At the price of 'much inferior gar- TiiU special sate lot includes values worth lo and te without i doubl the very vahwj in like sartnt'nts have luul to ortYr. Made of fine quality navy serges and bed fords, also neat checks In black and white 2nd tan and few twreds also Included alt silk lined, sires 16 to 40, styles all new throughout. Wonderful Savings on the Balance of Our Coat Stock 75c S7.50 Values worth .up to J17.SO. in jmre wool serges and diagonal In colors navy, black aud, grey, also light and medium colored tweeds, lit sizes 1C up to 40. S9.75 'a tills lot arc included val- ues uj> to J20.00, lu.al! repnhr sizes us ivell as voim'u's and extra woman's sizes to 44.. Materials arc wool, tergea "ami in naiy, grey'aod Hark. Spleniilil stv'c Spo'is Coals and other fnvorUe models In vory attractive HL-IV cloth ami meat styles ul ihv sou- ton. Values tp to 5-5.0'J, nil si7.c.i included. It: I tlon wcsiW bo superfluous. dear .Mavor I have; youVgood favor of the last, re- City Market Maybe garJIns street and asfcins for ir.-1 wJ-.at vrm be done wlih ill forniation roucernlDg our one maiv; question I: sv.tem here. In reply, will say that arc theoa today at ihe Hotel., toward the formation oi a iivesrock Mr. llrovui asseried ihat the statiiig that it only re-1 sent'position of the farmers had been malned for some cily of iniportance broiifiht about liy their being laisled In Uie Ts-est to blaze Ihe trai! before by htgti prices: for graiu, whicli haO Uie would' becoice induced them to incur uniluo and {He outlined tlie work of the North made Gomo from that practically every eloclor a ]iabimtes by invcsilns in laud I aud Kenora ihc street car company, and they have city ifce oni> -ftt ,us The "cure predicted Ihat Ufhbridge would oiie-inan to 6ae car. acts as n.o- Is Ihe propertj. ana "Enuaiion. Mr. Brown main- 'gather a greater reward from the lead i and conductor. Oar cars are Xorth Lethbridge people do not h in ti H is either a i.uestiou of i "un.cd la> m Jnc in u capacity of the farms, tor mail acd the coin is it there. tlropped into a receptacle, ani all the J putting the .on tliis site. she had couid ssi- gauged at lirst glance. iriotonnaa does is register it by of a lever. company tells tbat it is several thousand dollars on cite and huildlngs. for- tte sites! gcstcd by" the Korth f-ethbridgej and Is au abso'.ute [ratepayers are not to be had saving' o: one man's salary.' Our cars the price. The "curlin; rlnS Eiie is ipaintain icbedule at. all times here. I not aiatiable: -The -lumber yard site I ils available. 'Bui wa.nt I0 Wanted ?500.00 Too A commnnlcalioa from Joseph GH- a.skJng Ihat, if the report that lie A'iuatlc club had been granted JoPO.OO be true, lie also be siven tills aiid are'run to the'satisfac'tinn. o( fteils available. 'Bui wa.nt he luvesltd heavily nojper of valuation of ;il( mer- cbmp'lsint, acJ I think that will the property, as rent, and the com- ;rimenli a resoiutlon passed di- rmd tbis-EVElem would be Terr sslis- your city. .-i will be pleated to give you any further; iutormatloa-tbat Lean con- cerning this matter. Very respectful- ly yours. "JAS. M. plebiscite on this cuieaion Is also un- ;commis'EioD8rs .momins .in a necessary, -although no intimation to this effect was made. i formal vvrlllen document, laid I on the table until the neit ineeting. Bylaws Passed Several bylaws were read and ad- opted, one neiog an amendment to by 'Clarke Swabey. the debentures will be Issued, and the money raised. It wcs 12.30 when the meeting ad- journed. IN IS The Htdieitir. Hal Tinir-s is Junction, will aiuiear before Mr. Jus- sible (or llu; siater.icut'lbal I lie Juan tlco Newlauils 1" tlie Sut-reuie Court rn'inpauics arc fafcmg'.lhp tnxcs out ol the .-people hy mcreaslng ihe nmouttt "cf. ami dcun-asing the valtiatlcn, j absohitc- Iv at variance with tie facts. Tlie Fl Thursday morning upon cf serious eoiinectlon wlilii the ot Uonnlrt McQnarrlo, Uimberman. stvcral wcrlis tigo. It la that Shaw "fnHed lo call in Albeita act contain11! a provision Hint I the uccesFury mertlral aid for any attempt on the pnrt of a loan i coiupaiiy to penalize a borrower for tho lav renders the company liable lo a fiiip. The .loan.companies are- not EO small fn their conception .ot citt- _ rcnship pis some ol the critics ol ihe ASSCrtlOU Ol illC--- government, and readily admit the reasonableness of the tai ami all ad- mit its moderation In Alb'erta. The cpinpapks.arc .out after business.and are not alleg-. eil by the Medicine, Hat die-hie. Hat Times (he April Medicina Hat Tiiries following the cue ol Mr. Michtner ar.d several uf his southern suppcrters, has hwu'persistently mis- _ Ottawa.'April -Hon. AV. T. i representing the lacls relating to the Sba'w, formerly White has givelTnoticc t-i a resolu-has on corporaUons in this piovir.ce CQt llospital at j t -v raml aside irow Hie misrepresentation .--i-i-i. iznoranee HOSPITAL SUPEaiNTENDENT CHARGED' WITH1 NEGLIGENCE Prince. Albert, .Satk., April 'nay Quarrie, who died from blood Long Service and satisfaction are assured if you purchase kmveSjfoikl, spoons inj serving plecei bearing the trade natt 184? PMRS BROS, This bnnd il knpirn as k "Stfatr Plan that Wears aad U mule In Ihe fi grade or by tioa providing thai a sum not has displayed remarkable he bet aside io.J lhft as they relate to bylaw No. 1C. makin; it lawful lor the j meei the despos.itors' losses in provinces. Sooner or dnigzing, eve-n in its milder cloada and mars the fairest comple-iion. Ten and drinliing considered "dnigRing ptj.'-IcEaiis know that tbe average cup of tea or coftec? contains from IVi to 3 grains each cf the "caffeine" nntl tbat affect slomach, llvor and dlctarb clrcyla- (ion and work havoc TvIUi natural and a skin. Every woman who values a clear comph'xion, soon finds that a change from lea or toffee to POSTUM makes rapidly for porsonal comfort and '-vholeHomc I'oalum IE a drlr.V. of rrimo: wlicat and a small percent ol U bea ft rich, snappy, flavour, t3 absolutely free Irom caffeine. Ur.nln, or auy other drug or harmful council "to local improvement bylaws aud IEEUO debeaturcs after tfce cost, of aucli work bas been assessed, and before the vroik was comrneuceJ. A bjltnr sovernlng tte in council T.-as read and uasEed.' Sst a The capital estimates for the year were gone over very carefully, attcn- tion bfelng concentrated on the local Improicments. The total amount pro- vided for tills purpose Is not including the' Reed ,street extension and tbe layiug of storm Eewers on Thirteen street and on SSith avenuo, the amount for th> latter to be cover- ;ed b> a eeneral tax. rallier than by a special frontage 'as In this "regard a precedent vr3S estab- lished, and although the amounts la cither case are small, Ihe action gove rn ft: tu re provision for E t o rtn setters. It was found that tbe issuing in dobentiires tlits year 'will enable the city, to pay ctff a.U ius debts and do the work outllced in ihe eatlmates, and to replace the de- benture funds unexpended, provided the arrears in taxes, the money ex- pended on" local iraprovemcnts, thn money due from tbe Qtiocn Victoria Park !oisr and sundry other assets are collected. Assessments Ordered A resolution passed directing itbat tbe city asaeFEor be notified tha ihe on local Improve- -raenls under bylaws 33 and pro vidLng for the eirendilure of 'for navinp. an-1 for sanitary ar.d on the imsining portion o' bylaw be made, j Official Reconnltlon ncctjoh ulth ILe failurc'of Ihe Far-j The-corporation taY is justified by- iners' BanV, and be: brought JJ.E financial companies in tbat they before the house probably next ueet. 1 pay -jt as cheerfully as taxes are DVBC The amount which is mentioned injpaij atid all pay tribute to the (act Mr. White's resolution intf'Cules tbat' tha; the tax in Alberts is much low- the deposilois-aie--lo be paid 100itf ihaniin pjoviocco like Ontario and cents on tte dollar. JBiJtisV "Columbia, there are The debate on the resolution will he iConscn'atne govcrnniehts Tvfiosc cv- an interesting demands will [Cry act the Times, aud other opposi- e mafic by opposition members for-tion papers, never ccasr extolling, ike treatment for'the depositors of j The MetHcice Hat orfiaii ol the trusts iher tanks wMch'havc failed in UH-1 ;n 3 recent issue made tbe statement crent parts of Canada. [that ihe tax in Alberta was one per icnt, which may have been mark through ignoranceras the leaders oi the part it so slavishly follows, have MB. McLuberty-llere's some BuillV (ji !ike .lurtv, tbat--Mrs. was anei- in the'-public uUeTanccs. slnuii; over for yez! dh.yil ThJ tax filiaiiclal wr' porations is tme-baU en one per cent. I en the gross earnings, a totally dii- iferent amount Ironi that etattil and Ittie lowest "tax of nil .tlie with the exception of Manitoba wheats the tax: is the same, aa obtains in this .province. The Whitney government in On> jlario, which, according lo the Medi- Times' standarti, can do no uTong, not only taxes the com .panics fwtrc Uie anio-Jat Albtrla j Act imfosts on tbe gross farnrngs tnacncly one per cent, as compare) jwilh'onc-haU'uf per in Al ;l.orla, but iu addition taxes onequar ;ter oi or.c per cent, on the paid-n; up lo one hundred '-thousand dollars or fraction tbctfol, and, ti He Wanted to Know 1 over for yez. ither kill or cure yez, McLuberty (who Is j WOMEN WHO ARE ftWHSTO. May Find Help in This Letter. Postuni corner In two REGULAR bolkd. yicHs a rteiighllul P.avoar. ISC and 2Jc raclugec. IN8TANT solubic- poKder. ,V (taspoonful stirred tn a cup of hoi nafer diseolvc-s Ir.etantly. A deilcEoua 1 Dcvenie, 80c and. Mo lins. The tost per eiip cf bolh Unds is about tho same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM by (JrcKtTi evtrywlierc. Cw.ston Fostuui Co., I.id., WMeor, Oiil. ibulance Aesaclatlon, m3di> some ticae aro, to the effect that their lion le jjiven official recognition from Hit commissioners, was dealt wltb In tlie following jnanner: TJiat we hereby recognize the. Leih'oridge branch o'-ttit SI. John's ArabiiCnT.co Association, and aive Lthem to oltcnd at public funclk-.r.! and In public tilacc-5 In tbe cily of for fh1; imrpose if their association, and that 'we hereby tl.trn our moil >iearty fym- jj.athy In their pwi wort." A The council foinied Ittelf into a i court of revision to hear on tfce Heeil extension, anrj there make sure o! n buoyant revenue, add dditions Ihereo How, in the lace.of .lliis fact, tli Times can slate that the tax ia A licrta is higher than tlial ol oil Crtck, camotr-ptsV too highly of your medicine, AVhen A, through neglfct or al overeork I got run .hiui'lro.l thousand nr down my appe- tite is poor and I have thitweak, lan- cuid. always tired feeling, I i do heard In Alhctla housework wliers before taclng i Conservalivc press to tli wails the con- seem Jusi. In that the J lUte has not ton a sinsile In- City AstcsEorMecch looked tlie init-! fl f m ur up. acil snOCT.1 tho court .here K. F. D., No. 1, [nino ftet of Iht nropTly fscsd ihe; i Ftreet in qiustlon, EO tho appeal Tvas' Tf you special advice nol allowed. t And so tho Mreel write lo lydla K.PhiUin thf footban of city lor ttio <-'o., (confidential) I.jmn, yrftr nr rr.ore. ihovcd ovct the Koal llr.e for a .ind as boon tlie liyla-iv' has Leeu ratllle-1 YoHrlclfc.rvrllhco: and answered by a womn.ii field lu slrici I from this province, nn account nf the InstcM been A sirailj tr a o( compnriiijs a sliar of Itie Jiitsintss nf Hit ppnple of Al btrta. No 1 clicclivr could lo tc made to sucli rritk'l.sn) than point (tut Hint v.-illiin the past ywr tlip nurnhrr oT Irusl ar.d Inan cw.r p.iiiiis opfriiflng in Alticrta has war Be sure of the rright signature. IQc per package ;