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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f" THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915 .V. ONE THING IS CERTAIN tfVAXixi'xrT m Holiness meeting; 3. p. in., iirnlsc m-otiiig, ami '-30, SulVntUm iioi'tins. I'- nuhlic imi-tlng, led by sisters; 8 in., Soldiers meotr Thiirsduy m., Snlvntlon mrolliig, 'Gitadei band in aMendancc Saturday, 8 in. free and easy meet- 1I1S' LATTER DAY SAINTS CIlimCH OF JKSUS CIJ11IST 01' MTTKH WAY ot Seventh' nvcinie and 1031) a.m.. Sunday school: 2 P.m.. .scrnini'iiL ineetlns. Vlsllors always Bisliop'Gao. urcen, lOlS Second avomio, South. Tlione, UN. WHEN ustwc WILSON'S FtYPADS READ DIRECTIONS, FULLY tLQW THEM j III ES ANGLICAN ST. AUOUSTIX'S cm-KCll-Hev. Canon JlurrelMVritf.1, Hector. Holy Communion, S a.ra Sunday Seliool, Kvening sermon. Hiblo soliool. Morning sermon BAPTIST i KIHST HAI'TIST nU'KCH-Kev. 11. lioss. pastor services at 11 a in -mil 7 M Hie Bible ou once use our Screen Door you never will use any other. All kinds of Building Material, but only one qunlity-rTHE EST. Hardwood P'oonng and Wagon Makers' Oak always in ock. Call and he convinced, Citizens Lumber Co. H62. 134 L6tli Street North. the meeting of which requires extreme carefulness, courage and foresight. There are none that will deny that the time lias passed for special legis- ation aimed to safeguard against ex- cessive speculation in the province. While away Mr. .Gariepy spent, part of his time In Victoria and Vancouver, obtaining information in regard to the municipal taxation system of the Bri- 'ish Columbia government. To the delegates at the convention, the min- ister of Municipal.Affairs took occa- sion to explain Alberta's Wild band and Unearned Increment taxes, and the soundness of the principles in taxation was generally recosnized. In fact from the manner in which tax received the account of berta's step in this direction, it would I not be strange if these measures of taxation were introduced In some of the "I found that In nearly all. of the states the collection of taxes are made entirely through one channel; that is, one official collects an the state, municipal, road and school tax- es. In some states everything real and personal is taxed, from the watcti one carries to the largest farms. And, moreover, the assessor is also the collector, and the assessment and col- lection are made by the official at the one visit. What would the people of Alberta soy if they had to support a system like queried the Min- ister. .Work on Oliyer-St. Paul Line Mr. Gariepy stated to the Birl.letin that he was Kleased to announce .that the efforts of the provincial govern- ment have been successful, and work has now been commenced on the building of the C.N.R. from Oliver to St. Paul, to prevent the.possibility of any delay In. the continuance of the construction. Premier Slfton wjll be in Winnipeg In the course of d-feu- days, and will specially interview, the C.N.R. In connection with the speeding up of construction on this branch. Loyal French-Canadians are loyal. While visiting! the PanamftiPflCific exposi- tion, .the Minister .of Municipal At- to be seen, according to Mr. Ganepy that the- general .business depression, partly caused by the war, is very widespread in its effect. other Canadians in attend- ance-at the tax convention were Pro- fessor Adam Short of the Canadian Civil Service Commission; Hon. Geo. Langley, minister of Municipal Af- fairs in Saskatchewan; Hon. T. W. McCreay nrovincial treasurer of On- tario, a'nd'c F. -McKeown, M.P.P., ot Orangevirie, Ont. The invention of a flame derived from electric energy that will not give off heat is claimed by a Frendr. scien- tist who is keeping the details secret. OLIVE OIL SEAL BRAND that will make your household guests grateful j yourself enthu" In 1 and 2 pound cam. Whole also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE ft SANBORN, MONTREAL Diseases which are peculiarly cured by the Sasso's Medicinal Olive Oil and other cases for .which it is highly recommended: Anaemia Arthritis (chronic and arthriti- cal pains) Appendicitis Bone diseases Disease Bronchitis chronic) Chronic Dysentery Constipation Consumption Convalescence Coughs and Colds Debility pe'rar.gement of the stomach Diabetes Dilatation of the stpmach Dyspepsia Eczema Elmintiasis Enteritis Epilapay Gall trouble Gout (emaciation from) Grippe Headache Heart Disease Hysteritis Intestinal catarrh Insomnia Liver trouble Gal. Kidney trouble Malnutrition Measles Nephritis Nervous Diseases Nervous Prostration Neuralgia Neurastenia Nursing Old Age Disorders Paralysis Rheumatism (articular, chronic, rheumatic pains) Rickets Scrofula Skin Diseases Stomach's Burning Stone Teething .Treatment of the rskm tuberculosis Ulcer (gastric) Ulcer of the stomach Waste Whooping Cough REACHES LETHBRIDGE We arc the agents for Western Can- ada for this Olive Oil and have brought a car to this city this month. N lasses is Ths Very Best Olive Oil Made different to Olive Oil. Quality vastly superior, shown by-taste. ..pood Olive Oil is a.'-food. It stimulates and Imikls up. Splendid- for delicate people. Keeps- a person healthy. For iiicdipinal purposes lake in the morn- ing before breakfast; any quantity can be. taken. 'Basso's7 is fine for frying potatoes, "fish, Leefstcak.-eggs, etc. Try Snsso's and you Avill become a regu- lar user of olive oil. For sale by all Grocers and Druggists. Marinaro Macaroni Co. Letbbrfrlge, Alberta. Role Aaents for Wesleru ;