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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN ant Full Earnings School Lands Applied to Schools uch "That this conforenco request the Iberia government to take up with 0 Dominion government the quoit i* in of readjusting the arrangement ow existing between the two govern-outs as to school lands, with a view applying the full earning power of lands to school purposes In tho rovince." The above resolution was passed at ho conference ot: inayora of Alberta itios held at Calgary yesterday. The ontorence was attended by Mayor ffrdie and City Solicitor Ball, and roui a general standpoint the above ctlon was one of the most Important aken. If tho two governments can djuat this matter it will give the u'ovince of Alberta many thousands of lolhirs annually more than they receive now. Tho difficulty between he" Dominion and the provincial gov-rniucnt regarding school lands was iiscu.HSed at the last, session of the \ eglalalure by Provincial Treasurer C. I. Mitchell, and he Hhowod at that lmo that, owing to arrears on school amis which had been sold Alberta was receiving only a portion of lis annual iiiercst on the amount, realized from he school land sales. The four clUoft of the province came o a fairly reasonable understanding on tho tax sale and sinking fund extension proposals. Cities will have a uniform tax sale law tho coming session of the legislature will give the right to soil lands six months after taxes on them are shown j as arrears. The cities will also have the alternative power of iausing tax cert flcatos. In the cases of tax sales the cities aro asking the right to advertise either by newspaper advertise- be registered showing tnat all taxes on tho property are pa-d. "That wo atrongly endorse a uniform assessment act for Alberta municipalities and suggest consultation with the cUion for the purpose of forming such an act and that a copy of this resolution be aont to tho minister of r municipalities for Alberta, "was the text of another resolution passed at th*s conference. Thorough Canvass of City To Be Made to Raise at Lease $25,000 ment or by publication and circulation j ^ 6'treet in book form. The details of tho tax ' Distvjc't' cort i'icate plan are yet to be worked t mperni)f and tr bhall br- tin* duty hi any runi:iuitc-i: *11 whirl* any Prlvat** w; rtft*.m;d lu - Ay*f'mMy "f AD'v; ht within 1 h** |n:rvl* w nf , to any particular clans of the rommuniu; or for making any hmumhncm of a Uko naturo to any former Aut, aha II rtMjuirp a notice, clearly and tlHltlnctly siM*cIfyli)*f thfi nature and object of the application, and where tho application refers to any proposed work, indicating generally I ho locution of tho work, and signed by or on behalf of tho applicants, such notice \o b*j published* during four weeks, between the close of the next preceding Session and the time of tho consideration of the Petition, in lour issues of The Alberta Gazette, and one other newspaper published in tens'- list! and not latrfr than ten days betfons the opening day of thf* j-?o*ionf two cop-ley of the said^ Hill with the marginal note** inserted shall be placed by thh applicant hi the bands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to get the said Hill printed forthwith. ;;jn. a copy of the lunicc with a statutory declaration of publication of ad-vertLsemcnt, shall be sent by the parties in.jcrtbig Mich notice to the Clerk of the 1 louse not, later than ten flays before the opening day of the Session, which nuifre shall be fUed in the office of the Clerk of the ]Jmn*e. 322. Kvery appdeant ror a Privatu Hill shall deposit with (he. Clerk of the J louse ten days prior to the meeting of (he Untile, a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for a sum nf two hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages, ana ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purpose of thin Uute fou' hundred and fifty words shall be held to constitute a page, and. if such bill is not deposited by the tune above spec!lied, the applicant Khali in addition to the sum of two hundred dolhw*� pay the sum of iivo dollars for each :,iul every day which intervenes between the said tenth day fee-Rue the meeting of' the House aj*d the date of the filing of the BUI with uie Clerk, up lo ibe day of opening. ;J23, For each day after the opening: of the Session, the applicant shall pay in addition to the foregoing charges the sum of ten dollars ror each and every day up lo the icnlh day of, the Session. 324. hi addition to the foregoing charge?, the applicant shall pay from the tenth day to the twentieth day of the riesston ror ear1!) ^nd c\ ery day u farther huhi of fifteen dollars. ;;l:5. a'tvr the -*:*phA:un of Pr/enfy days from the opening of the Jlouse, the uroresa:d amounts together with an waste, liver sets sluggish suur. Look at the tongue, Mother! It coated, or your child is listless, cross, feverWh, breath bad, restless, doesn't oni heartily, full of! cold cr 3ms soro throat or any other childrren'B ailment, glvo a teasponiiful ot "Californ-a Syrup of Figs/' then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, I and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of tho bowels, and you have a well,* playful child again, A thorough "insirte cleansing" is oitUmes al\ that is necessary. It should he the first treatment given in any sickness. Uewore of counterfeit ftg syrifps. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle J tn, polity of"W. hundred dollars, and of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages/and for grown Hps plainly printed on the bottle, book carefully and see that it is made by the "California "Fig Syrup Company.'1-Ad. NURSING THE WOUNDED It takes strength and courage to nnrse the wounded. Every woman should herself fit for war'a call at home or abroad. Health and strength are within the reach of every woman. They are Drought to you by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Take this medicine, and there's a safe and certain remedy for the chronic weaknesses, derangements, and diseases peculiar to women. It will build up, strengthen, and invigorate every "run-down" or delicate woman. It assists the natural functions. At some period in her life, a woman requires a special tonic and nervine. If you're a tired or afflicted woman, turn to "Favorite Prescriptioa/' yon will find it never fails to ben off t. 9oM in tablet or liquid form. Send Dr. Pierce, Pres. Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Siiffslo, N. Y., (ot branch, Bridge-burg, Out.) 10c for trial pkg. tablets. Toronto, Out.-''I found 'Favorite Prescription' a splendid tonic for women. Some time ago I became all rundown* weak, nervous and could not cat or sleep. IJad scvero backaches, pains in my right side. I took Favorite Prescription and it completely built mo up in health and re* Ueved mo of nil the annoying pains and Thomas Grantham, 425 Front St. Niagara Falls, Ont.-"During middle age, I began to go down in health. I would become dUisy, black spots would appoar beforo my oyes. I also suffered with severe pains in the back of my head and my back would ache continually. I waa most miserable when I began taking Favorite Prescription, but by its use I came through this critical period in a food healthy condition. It is a spleadid medicine for women at this time of life." -Mae. W. F. Thetsel, 187 Bridge St \ The Highest in Quality But Not in Price. A Full Line for Tomorrow Coul THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 FOR SAL aches.' '-Mas. A kNCH Aa Executor of John F. Ross Estate, the Undereigned offer for sale, above Ranch, comprising 1600 freehold. property, 7 miles North of Lundbreck, Alberta. Property all fenced and. crossfenced, well watered by Cow Creek which runs three miles on place. 80 acres in Timothy, 80 in Western Rye Grass, 20 in Alfalfa, 140 acres. 140 acres plowed ready for crop. Forest Reserve close to Ranch, where practically free pasturage can be secured. Large 8 room stone house, with bathroom and furnace. Large barn for 14 head of horaee, harness room, chicken house, wagon shed, completely equipped for handling of cattle, including cage cement dipping vat; specialty constructed sheds and corrals for wintering calves, land all levet, telephone in house. Complete line of farm machinery, about 250 head cattle and 25 head horsas. To be sold as going concern. FOR PRICE AND TERMS APPLY TO The Trusts & Guarantee Company Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SO-5 in dX ii UU1 incorporating' a com-p;i�y ji. recjipt i'mm the Registrar ot Joint titncU *'onu>.ink** fur Jee>s as fixed' by law for the ru^LStruLion of Joint StocU Companies. rf\i.>fi.-ptcil cheques In payment oC fens should be made payable to the Provincial Truasuror, and forwarded to the Clnrk of the House alone with the copied of the Kill. 3*8. liofure any potltlon praying for leave lo brhiK in a Bill tor the construction of railways, tramways or canals, or fur chungiiig the route of the railway, tninnniy or canal of any company, already incorporated, is received by the lUnise, the- person or persons petitioning for such Billt:, shall deposit with the j L'lerk the following1 documents: J iiSU. A map or plan upon a scale of not i than one inch to three miles showing the location upon which it is intended to construct the porposed work, and Khuwhig frlso the lin�s of existing or ctiithorixed work.1-', of a similar character within a radius of thirty miles from tho location of the proposed work, together with the name of each municipality within which tho proposed works or any part thereof are intended lo be constructed, L*uch map or plan to be aigned by the engineer or other party making the same. Also a general detici'lptifm of the nature, extent �nd proposed character of the contemplated works and an estimate of the probable coat thereof. 330. All Private Mills for Acts of incorporation vi or In amendment of acta incorporating railway companies shall be drawn in accordance with the MoOel Bill attached to these Hules, copies ot which may .be obtained frjm the Clerk of the jJouse. 331. The provisions contained, In any Hill which are not in accord with tho Model 1.1111, shall he inserted between brackets, and when revised by the proper a/fleer .shall be so printed, and Bills which are not In accordance with this Hale shall be returned to the promoters to be re-cast before being revised and printed. Any sections of existing Act� whh'h are prnpotied to be amended shall be re-pi-tnted In full with the amendments inserted in Iheir proper places and between brackets. 3311. Any exceptional provisions that it may be proposed to Insert in any B..* shull be clearly specified .in the notice of application for the same. 334. All'Private Bills for Acts ot incorporation shall be so framed atf to incorporate by reference tho clauses of the Konerul Acts relating to the detat/s to be provided for by such Bills. Special grounds shall be established for tiny proposed departure from this principle, or for the introduction of other provisions as to such details, and a note shall be appended to the Hill, indicating the provisions thereof, in which the general Act in proposed to be departed from. Bills which are not framed in accordance with this Rule shall he re-enst uy the promoters and reprinted at their expense before any Committee passes upon the clauses. 338. When any Bill for confirming any letters patent or fcpreement Is presented to the House, a certified copy of such letters patent or ugreeemnt must oo at� tached to it. JOHN R. COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Ad.. H. -- / Any Newspapers publishing this sdver* tisement without authority, WHS Not *#r~' Psid. /r 4946 ;