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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rniDAY, MARCil 15, isilients in Citiies, eluding Women, Now Get the Municipal ^ote t)f> dociUed when a concTu'sinn was arrived atln the Kduionion oily clinrtsr bill. Another olauso struck out would (Spcclnl to the Hrrald)  �iAonton, Mar. 15.-In nil cl.ties in Albirl^everyone over \iwenty-oiio yeari. (intt mho. \\ka the requisite real-. den'Cfr quaHHcatloii shall in the future! make the mayor an ex-officio justice. kaVe ft right to vote In any munu-(pal!A provision' in the (own act when Mr. lecllon except an election called toiCnriopy informed the coinmltlpo that pass  upon a woney by-law according to �;deal8lon reached by the raunjcipal law ^committee of the IPKlsl.iiure Krl-day] morning. Tie qiidstlon oanie up durinR the onslder&tion of a bill to auiond the Charter of the i:ity, of Wpuskiwin �Which nought to ri�Btrict the riKht to vote In that mnnifipaliiy to property Own principle should be embodied in all! the city charte|p where such\ provis-. ion was not now made. In theicase of; "Wetaskiwin there must be six monlhsi'' -c.hrnx^n'i wiTHniiT xucm residence before Juno 1st each year. ^ cLcag'^.^Mrrc^'L'^^IttL^ev" J. Income Tax Allowed ! Francis Heuey. balked In efforts to Prior to this the committee had cutLpbiain the confidential fil�s in the out a clause that .would haw given the i vaults .itt 'Henry A''eeder, counsel for city .council power to impost a poll! Swift and t'ompany, resumed the tn;;. It was agreed that an income i packing house inquiry without", them tax-should be allowed, the ainouuts tojh^re today. . 5 > \ thlssBCtioh would fbe dvletcti'this Session. V Tax Sales The,,arreW8 of taxes bill which Is now boforer.the legislature provides Bccordiiig"jtipi an ' aufiouncement by Hon. |>Vllffid Gariepy this morning for a tnHc sale in every mtinlcipality ;0f the proyinise,; in the year IU20. "Tf," says the minister (vf.-�nui\icipnl affairs, "an owner pays his taxes for 1019, he is exempt from the operation of the act. ft lie?has not'paid the taxes tor 1919 then till tho aiTcars will be added together and come under tho sale provisions of llie new act. In the case ot^ a msn who pays hi.'t 1919 taxoa nncf has arrear,* it is up to the luuulciilal-Itlea to collect them." AliMTl Wm TRENCHES \Vlth the American Army In Frano!; March 14.-(10-p. m.)- American troops in the Luneyille sector have occupied and are hold-ing jnemy trenches northeast of Badenviller.,vvhich they forced the Germsns to' abandon through recent raids and concentrated artillery fire. The trenches have been eonsolidatid with ours. The plant will be opened tor permanent operation next week. The above views were takeii during construction. , KEEPING SOLDIERS STRONG Early in the world-war codJiver oil was selected to fortify the Health of soldiers against the rigors, and .exj^sure of camp life and. to help build up enduring strength. '>f�ISTHE ONE ' ft that actu^ly gtiarantees riche$t quality of pure Cod Liver Oil, an4is skilfully emulsified to proinote prompt assimilation which is always difHcult with the raw oil. .. Scott's Emulsion is f^ous for putting ppweriri the blood to thwart colds, grippe, pneumonia and lung trouble. It is free from harmful drugs. Scott & Bowne. Toronto, Ont , - ; , v PRESSURE ON Mil Geneva. March 15.-According "to unofficial information reaching here Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria in the period since the- Russian revolution hay6 brought, great pressuae; to hear upon Serbia to, conclude a separate peace. Two means are said to have been employed, one involving oppressive measures and deportations 'in the occupied territories, while as another means to the end. thirty Serbian deputies' of the national party who were Austrophile ani remaiued in Serbia after the retreat ot the army/Were invited to Vienna aud lavishly dntertain-ed;^-.^ ; I ;� . ' Both iJans," the advices declare, proved a complete failure, the Serb-Jan people, despite their sutferings. remaining' loyal to their allies and their kinf. > �� " ...... * > PARCELS FOR THE  : PRISONERS OF WAR �� -  : Ottawa, March 15.-It is > pointed out by the deputy post-" ties, all parcels for prisoners of   war In Germa^iy should be ad-' * dressed to the "parent" or main   camps to which the prisoners belong an* not to any branch - ^ or working camps. To insure ; > !>> � A- v.- Gro r 1 e s Fojf' the^Economical Housekeeper^ who wanti^her rs to go/ifar in providing^ 1^ the^ Home i I 1)^ V.' THIS WEEK'S PRICES: \ J�m: .JkpfMi ttni Strawberry or Ra^>iY-(4 lb. .�ailB, ea. 70e ^'�Honey W aearce and Kls�i. Stock up at tilt aid prices. Airline Brand,*vpure extracted, 2 for 3S:'S0(f, 46e antf ........ 90c Hon*y*pi^d, Aeaper than butter,' per* pki._____ .....40c �iapaahetti. Van Citnp's Italian 'atyJIe, 2 lliw.............. 88e MetaaM*, ^.Sugar House . Brand, ,, \ 2a, 20c,; 5e,............ 50c ^ 'HerrinBS In.Tomato Sauce, Wall; aeea,oval tins, cacK ..v;^^; 2Sc , vfluid B*�f,Mohnsten^a IS ez. ^ \ bottl^, thla week' $iT35 Cooked 6k Tongue, 1*/^ lb. tint. ;^ each $1.00 Chill Oon Came, vHi Campi, 2 ^ tine ....'......'.......... 350 '.Cataup, .Diamond ;Bar, excellent quality, packed In California, ' per botjile,'^ and ...... 40e Ripe Ol'lviii, lai^ge tint ..... 25c 'Sardines, King Oscar Crossed ,'. Fish, regular 2Be: On sale ^hiss ., 'i week, 2 for...............45c LSardlnes, Connor's In pure Olive ^; Oil,: per tin............. 15c . -Bartlctt Pea(8, Retedale No. 1 .;,j;tln,ion sale thie week .. 23c ^Peaches, Finest Ontario, NIag-.''!�r�s Falls brand, 20 oi. tine,, tthis week 2 tins for.....46c Peas, French,-en tale, 2 tins 45c Soap,'Ivory, on sals this week, 4 cakes for .....i,'....,. 26� Fancy Mustard, Star brand, 3 bottles for .....J....... 25o TEA, Kerr's Special, � broken Orange Pekoe Leaf of fine, rich .flavor. Thia tea has advanced.10c per lb.* wholesale. Have only 500 pounds to sell at^t)ie^l4;iprlce,.S0c. Buy a quantity' now and thi* will help ysu to keep down the. rhigh cost of lltfing, 'ICeffse, Our Ideal Blend. Blend-ed for strength and ogod fli^v-or, 3 for 11.00, w^le or ground Coffee, Braid>til4|t- No finer e'offee procurable, 1 lb. tins, . each................. 50c Hydrooal, for preserving eggs. A carefully prepared Hydroate of lime, one package contains aufflol�qt,\preslirvatlve to preserve 90/dosen eggs, per package ........ 2Bc Marmalade, iW^they'a pure Or-a>ige, per pall . .;. .. 85c .Vinegar, Qrw*'. Btackwell's. pure malt, linnta ......... 26e Dutch Tea Riisica, pkg, ... 20e' Briek Cheesa,:. per > lb.......4Se Caapanut,.Schspp's white shred-, dfd, per lb. .40c' O'Cjedar Polish, 25c, SOo & Silvt Silver .Polish, 1Se and 2c^.. Picklee, ln,'bulk, llibby's SyweetV Mi>(ed, per pint . .r.____... 30c Sweet Gerkins, per doz..... 2Sc . Ollvee, large Quiseii, per plnt'SOc Golden Syrup, quart' aealera, ' each ----.... ... 40c Old English Floor.W,ax .... 76c' Tobate'o Sauce, per bottle.. 60c , ,.,Lemflg>Mfpmalade,, pervjar'40e*OrSpe f^rult,' Fiorlda, !';eiiich \*ise arid ...v..-...y;;...;.,.!;.. ''iSc >Rlpe Tomatoes, per ,1b.'; .,'. 35e Fihuba'rb, HptHouse, per lb, 20e^ Fancy Cueumbers, sa9h 30c-35e Spinach, per lb. ,......,.., e6c Green Onions, 3 for .. . 28o Head Lettuce, 2 heade for, ,;2fi�,;. Hot Hotti* Lettuce, per lb, 40e Caul)flower,,pi�r lb...... 12^40 Celery, 2 lbs. for ......... 2Se 313 Fifth Street S.Phone8j453widL 1363 v-. SometUlpg has happened dn the coal maVket. Within the pa.st three ,6r four days orders have been pourlt^g fn on the local mines, and operation /during, tho months of March and April Is now assured. Ten days ago one ^of the local companies had prddrs enouigh> ahead to run. only ot^e day. Suddenly the Saskatchewan dealers began sending in storage orders for iiiim�liate delivery,^ and tHJs rompa!iij- now will work flteadily till May ].U.hy whiith time.they hope to liave^ildorsenoMgli dnhahdto keep them bti^'y^airsummSr. It is luiderslood that oflier.^inlnj^? in tho Ijethbrldge,di!(tri;ct arei&per-iencing the .san.ie rush,',l)'utfthe Canadsj West Mine ut'Taber wiia closed dowii for a week for lack of orders. ecent Arrivals This Week Complete a Wonderful Showing The^ Nei^ Amieri-can trimnied vHais Are In risk HatB and .other lending makes, trimmed jii,suherlor stylo and splondlil ttyste by expert milliners, Ono^ huttdredi modola to chooso froni.-No ,tivo,'alike. > CbrmingNew Skirts in Plain and Novelty Styles ThCv^most boautitui nggrogation one could wJsh to see; rich checks, plaids and stripes In .wool or silk materials. Also many plain colors..' $10^0 to $25.00 $5.00 to $10.00 Great Variety, Exclusive Styles and In the Display of Suits, Coats and Dresses EXCLUSIVE SUITS $35.00 to $75.00 ' A most attractive display tor small, regular attd extra largo women, featuring all the novel effects tliat are to be worn this season. HAliDSOME COATS $22.50 to $45.00 . Tweeds, Coverts, Serges und Novelties in splendid variety ot stylos, cloths and prices: Sizes to suit all figures. DAINTY DRESSES ^ $20.00 to $35.00 street or house dresses in Serges, Poplins, Messelaiypa, Taffetas, Duchesse, etc. All ithe now colors in ^splendid variety. SUPERIOR .GRADE SILK FEm COATS . - - - $7.50 to $10,00 Superior grade ot shot taffetas, with patent (adjustable waist band. No higher fii price than la'st  'ae'ason'a garments and much better quality. NEW WA!ST AND NECRWEAR A most attractive and novel sho\yIng of dainty and becoming styles that you coiitd not match' outside the larger centres. - WAISTS Of Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Silk, etc.'At $4.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8150^ $10.00 NECKWEAR_ . All the latest and'most attractive Ideas iii.vest effects, loll' collars, etc. ^ At 65c to $2.50 selections and best NEW SILK OR WOOL JERSEY COATS I . $ll50, $18.00, $22.50 Smartest and classiest sweaters wo have seen for this season, shown iu a splendid variety of cdlors and: styles. NEW CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR Ybu'li find tho largest obtainable qualities here. GOSSARD CORSETS .� Models for every type of figure. White or pink, plain or- hrocade. ' . . At $2.75, $3.75, $4.50, $5.50, $6.50,' $8.50 SPRING UNDERWEAR ' Complete new, stock of union suits, undervests, � drawers, envelopes, etc. .' ': > < , �  , 25c to $2.50 CLARKE & GQ. THE LADIES* STORE Phone 453 - 612 3rd Ave. S. HUN DENIAL .last Saturday has heen-denied in the ^ Amsterdam, JIarch 15.-The French [ Hessian P.arliament by Herr Adelung, assertion that works were hit and fires caused in an air raid upon Mainz a' Socialist riiember," according to- a Darn^stadt 'dispatch' to the Frankfur- ter Zeitung. Tho members stated, however, that ton persons had boon killed and material damage done in the city by tho raiders.: ; ' . . 1 - A'. - . .� � -i'-U '�� ., Philadelphia, Pa., March 15.-jj, Death for German propagandltta! and American traitora w^a 'ad-^ vocated today by the'PhlladelphIa, Conference, Methodist Episcopal i Church In resolutions adopted ati.' the 'annual meeting beThig'*I held];: here; The resolution stated: "We urge the sp.eedyienaetm(�nt",i; of a law which will mete out to!<< German .propagandlstii '-'and tralt-^^ orous Americans the full penalty!^" ot spies." *; Winnipeg,-March iD.-^TJie court d( iriqjhlry appointed to investigate tli^o paymsster's department pf military district Np, 10 and to determine tlw responalhilltle.i for the irregularltloii] began its first sessions this mornlnift The (pllowing officers are conducting tho investigation; Brig,, Gon.� E. A'i Cruickshank, president ot the cour^;] Lieut. Col. IT. D. Smith, general staf^ otficer of Military District No. 1 (Loiji don) and Major W, I. Castle, of Hei gina. - ;i Major Barclay of tho Jiejadquarterfr staff, Ottawa, who was here In coiii nectlon with tho prevloaa Investlga' tioii, has been commissioned to aasisf the court in its task. & ' SECTION OR HA�|^ �kp-TION FARMER FINOt^iECON-OMY: IN USING A ONB, MAN MOL.INE UtJIVERSAtJ,TRACT- OR. Open for Businesis 6 '�I ' Wchave turned one half of our store Into' a Groceteria^)K^e diminate'a^^^^ ^ � �f. non-essentials and giv^ you the benefit of/our CASH AND CARRY PLAN, IN; ^ REDUCED PRICES. NO DELIVERY. We sell for Cash and Cash talks at the Groceteria. ^ .   ,'.^ Visit Our Store and prove this statement. Everything m&rked in plain figures. It is like going behind the counter in an ordinary store. You can' examine, the different ^ brands of goods and select'-what you. wish yourself.' V; - Satisfaction Unconditionally Guaranteed E. J. ( 204 Thirteenth Streets). GROCETERIA Opposi|e ElHson Mills 87 7190755168 88 ;