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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LET1IBKIDGE DAIIA HER FRIDAY, MARCH 15. WW All Residents in Cities, Including Women, Now Get the Municipal Vote (Special to the 11 r:ul(l> ( l--"1 decided \vhi*n a cor.idu.-ion was ur- MUnonlon. Mnr. 15. - In all cities in 1 ivod ut in tho Kd-Jionmii rity iliaai-r Albert^,everyone over iwriuy-one till years and who has tho requisite rest- � Another rbiuso ^iraok on; deuce qualification shall in the fuiure ' m.iUr the mayor an ex-offu-m have a right to vote in an> immv>pal: A pniviniunin the town ad lertjoti except an election ralb'd to. Car�epy informal tin- .-nnuni! V�- that pass upon a money byduw according to a decision reached by ihe municipal wo 11 111 ini* t>. when Mr. law committee of the lecislauire Friday morning. The question came up duv::* :he consideration of :> bill to aMi.Td :he Charter of the city of W'-'t^ki.win vbuii sought to ri'strit ' ti.'1 ri^bt io tills section i\ould be ib'leted this Possum. Tax Sales The. arrears of taxes bill which is now before the legislature provisos according to at: annoiun e'-aeuf by Hon. Wilfrid Liariopy aa-rninir tor a tax sale in ever y mu n i c ipa 1 ity , of VOiP in that municipality h> p;t^j-erry j the province in the year HH'O. * Ff." owners and those who wo-ihi pay in-; Says the minister of -municipal affairs, mine tax and the morion was made 1 **an owner pays his tara's for l'.M!>, be by Attorney-genera! o-- !'ia: this ! is exempt from the operation of the j sVmld be struck oh* and a vlau-^e in-J ad. U be has not paid the taxes for seried giving the wider range for vot- j liUO then all the arrears will be added Ins. ', together and eome under the sale pro- act. In the case of = 1!MH tn\e^ and to the municipal- I i Want* Towns to Have It {visions of the now Mrs. MeKinnev went further and j a man who pays hi tl-.M^B-ht it should he extended to the j has arrears it is up towns and instanced caf some , ^to collect theui. places where what ?h�- d-�*vrfbed as � ""' .spH?udid citizens were excluded from voting. % / This brought from Hon A. \\ Mar kay rhe comment: "If it"? a Rued thing r-i;ke it provincial and then br don:� ivilh it.*' Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy, miu;>"e: of municipal affairs pointed out th-' difficulties of acting hnrriediy in this direction and mcniicned in r.^ard to rural municipalities even non-resident property owners had not a vote*. How-e\er. the department had v.ot received complaints froiu any quarter. W. M. Davidson asserred that citizenship should be the test of the franchise. Eventually it was agreed that th" principle should be embodied in all the citv eharteup wher-- such, provision was not now* made. In the case of "Wetaskivvin there must be six mon'hs residence before June 1st each year. Income Tax Allowed Prior to this the committee had cut out ft clause that -would hane given the city council power to impose a poll (�;:. It was a creed that an income 1 I With the American Army in Francis. March -(10 p. m.)- American trccps in the LuneyiUe sector have occupied and are holding enemy trenches northeast of Badenvilier. which they forced the Germans to abandon through recent raids and concentrated artillery fire. The trenches have been consolidated with ours. UNUSU f 4 Tomorrow Recent Arrivals This Week Complete a Wonderful Showing New Ameri can Trimmed Hats Are v?icr--i/cv Fisk Hats and other leading makes, trimmed in superior style and splendid taste by expert milliners. Ono hundred models to choose from. No two alike. $5.00 to $10.00 Charming New Skirts in Plain and Novelty Styles Tho most beautiful a&ffregatlon one could wish to see; rich checks, plaids and stripes in wool or silk materials. Also many plain colors. $10.00 to $25.00 PROCEEDS WITHOUT THEM . . Ch'-vo M--ch 1"- Vtcrney J The plant will be opened for permanent operation next week. *-YuiieYsVieuey. balked 5n efforts to! view3 *ei'c taken (lurias construction. ob�ain the eonfblential files in the vaults of 'Henry Veeder, counsel for Swift and Cora pa ay. resumed the packin.st house inquiry without them The above tax should be allowed, the amounts to [ here today. �-� �r� : f keeping soldiers strong I PRESSURE ON SERBIA PARCELS FOR THE PRISONERS OF WAR Early in tlie world-war codJiver oil was selected to fortify the Health of soldiers against the rigors and , exposure of camp life and to help build up enduring strength. SCOTTS IS THE ONE EMULSI I that actually guarantees the richest quality of pure Cod Liver Oil, and is skilfully emulsified to promote prompt assimilation which is always difficult with the raw oil. Scott's Emulsion is famous for putting power in the blood to thwart colds, grippe, pneumonia and Geneva. March 15.-According to unofficial information reaching here Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria in the j period sinc^ The Russian revolution f have brought great pressui*. to bear ; upon Serbia to conclude a separate | peace. Two means are said to have' been employed, one involving oppressive measures and deportations'in th* occupied territories, while as another j means to the end. thlrtv Serbian den-: iities of the national party who were j Austrophile and remained in Serbia : after the retreat of the army -\v?re in-I vited to Vienna and bvlahly Entertain- j 41+ t> Ottawa, March 15.-It is pointed out by the deputy postmaster general here, that in accordance with a memorandum, issued by the German authorities, all parcels for prisoners of war in Germany should be addressed to the "parent" or main camps to which the prisoners belong ancV not to any branch or working camps. To insure prisoners getting parcels, rela Lives here should ascertain their main camps and address them there. ? V |  Great Variety, Exclusive Styles and Unmatchable Values j In the Display of Suits, Coats and Dresses EXCLUSIVE SUITS $35.00 to $75.00 A most attractive display for small, regular and extra large women, featuring all the novel effects that are to be worn this season. HANDSOME COATS $22.50 to $45.00 . Tweeds, Coverts, Serges and Novelties In splendid variety of stylos, cloths and prices; Sizes to suit all figures. DAINTY DRESSES - $20.00 to $35.00 Street or house dresses in Serges, Poplins, Messelain^es, Taffetas, Duchesse, etc. All the new colors in 'splendid variety. i r. .> O * .> #7* * �> �� > > � lun2 trouble. It is free from harmful drugs. Scott & Bownc. Toronto. Or.; 1* Both njans. the proved a complwp ian people, despih remaining loyal to their king. / advices dedarn. failure, the Serb- their sufferings, their allies and SUPERIOR GRADE SILK PETTI-COATS .... $7.50 to $10.00 Superior grade of shot taffetas, with patent adjustable waist band. Xo higher in price than last season's garments and much better quality NEW WAISTS AND NECKWEAR A most attractive and novel showing of dainty and becoming styles that you could not match outside the larger centres. WAISTS Of Georgette. Crepe de Chine, Silk, etc. At $4.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 NECKWEAR All the latest and'most attractive ideas in vest effects, loll collars, etc. At 65c to $2.50 NEW SILK OR WOOL JERSEY COATS $13.50, $18.00, $22.50 Smartest and classiest sweaters wo have seen for this season, shown iii a splendid variety of ccHors and styles. NEW CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR You'll find the. largest selections and best obtainable qualities here. 1 GOSSARD CORSETS Models for every type o� figure. White or pink, plain or brocade. 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 4 For the'Economical Housekeeper who wants her dollars to go far in providing lor the Home m t THIS WEEK'S PRICES: Jam. .Ajjpl? and Strawberry or Raypberry. 4 lb. tails, ca. 70c Honey U scarce and high. Stock up at the c4d prices. Airline Brand, pure extracted, 2 for 35; 30a 46c and ........ 90c Honeyspited, cheaper than butter, per* pkg............. 40c Spaghetti, Van Camp'* Italian ' style. 2 tins............. 35c Molasses, Sugar House Brand, 2s. 20c,; 5s............. 50c Hor-rings in Tomato Sauce, Wallaces, oval tins, each .... 25c Fluid Beef, Johnston's 16 oz. bottle, this week ...... $1.35 Cooked Ox Tongue, \y2 'b- tins, each ................. $1.00 Chili Con Carne, vfri Campa. 2 tins .................... 350 Catsup, Diamond Bar, excellent quality, packed in California, per bottle,*�5c and ......40c Ripe OHvvss, large tins.....25c Sardines, King Oscar Crossed Fish, regular 25c. On sale this week, 2 for..............45c Sardines, Connor's in pure Olive Oil. per tin ............. 15c Bartlett Peace, Rosedale No. 1 tin, on sale this week . . 23c Peaches. Finest Ontario. Niagara Falls brand, 20 oz. tins, this week 2 tins for..... 45c Peas, French,-on sale, 2 tins 45c Soap, Ivory, on sals this week, 4 cakes for ............... Fancy Mustard, Star brand, 3 bottles for ............. 25c TEA, Kerr's Special, a broken Orange Pekoe Leaf of fine, rich flavor. This tea has advanced 10c per lb. wholesale. Have only 500 pounds to sell at the old price, 50c. Buy a quantity now and thip v/ttl help you to keep down the high cost of livjng. Coffee, Our Ideal Blend. Blended for strength and ogod flavor, 3 for $1.00, whole or ground Coffee, Braid's rBest. No finer coffee procurable, 1 lb. tins, each .................... 50c Hydrocal. for preserving eggs. A carefully prepared Hydroate of lime, one package contains suffioiept ^preservative to preserve 30 dozen eggs, per package .................... 25c Marmalade, Wethsy's pure Orange, per pail........... 85c Vinegar, Crosse & Biackwell's pure malt, pints.........25c Dutch Tea Rusks, pkg. ... 20c Brick Cheese, per lb..... 45c Coooanut, Schepp's white shredded, per lb............. 40c O'Cedar Polish, 25c, 50c & $1.25 \ Siivfe Silver Polish, 15c and 25c Pickles In bulk, Libby's Sweet Mixed, per pint..........30c Sweet Gerkins, per doz..... 25c Olives, large Queen, per pint 3Cc Golden Syrup, quart eealera, each .................. 40c Old English Floor Wax____75c Tobasco Sauce, per bottl*.. 60c Lerofig ..Marmalade, per jar 40c Ginger Marmalade, per jar 35c Abernethy, Biscuits, McVitie & Prices' Old Country, per lb. 45c Swifts' Premium Oleomargarine per lb.................. 40c Lard, 1 lb. prints.....38c Fresh Fruit & Vegetables Oranges, California Navals, per doien .......... 60c and 75c -Grape Fruit, Florida, each 15c and ____................ 18c Ripe Tomatoes, per lb. ... 35c Rhubarb, Hot House, per lb. 20c Fancy Cucumbers, each 30c-35c Spinach, per lb............85c Green Onions, 3 for ..... 25c Head Lettuce, 2 heads for.. 25c Hot Hous# Lettuce, per lb. 40c Cauliflower, per lb...... 12J/2c Celery, 2 lbs. for ......... 25c Something has happened in the coal ! market. Within the past three or i four days orders have been pouring ( 'in on the local mines, and operation-| during the months of March and April' is now assured. Ten days at;o one of; .the loiia! eompanir - had orders enough'; ahead to run only oi^- day. Suddenly; .the Saskatchewan dealers began send- { | ins in Murage orders for immediate de- J CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 SI2 3rd Ave. S. last, Saturday has been denied in fhojf Hessian pari'amrnt by Herr Adelung. > 1 or ZoJinntf. HUN DENIAL s Amsterdam. March 15.-The Frentdi [ Hessian pari'amrnt by Herr Adelung. > however, that assertion that, works wore hit and f a Socialist member,' according to- a killed and material'damago done in fires caused in an air raid upon Mainz! Darmstadt -dispatch to the Frankf ur-1 the city by the raiders. Tho members stated, ten persons had brvn Iivery. and thjs ro!iipany now will i'work steadily till May is:., by which time they hope to have orders enough on hand to keep ;heiu busy all summer. k It is understood thai other uiines ijfli in the Let abridge disrru-r are_ O^Xper- i lencing the sanic rush, but the Panadn' West .Mine at Tuber was closed down1 for a week Tor la�-k of orders. -'"; it**-. KiLLE Open for Business V �j Philadelphia, Pa., March 15.- Death for German propagandists and American traitors was advocated today by the Philadelphia Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church In resolutions adopted at the annual meeting being held here. The resolution stated; "We urge the speedy enactment of a law which will mete out to German propagandists and traitorous Americans the full penalty of spies." Saturday Mar PROBE IRREGULARiTIES Winnipeg,-March 15.-The court of j Inquiry appointed to investigate the! paymaster's department of military j district No. 10 and to determine the responsibilities for the irregularities, began Its first sessi.-jna this morning'. The following officers are conducting the investigation: Brig. Gen., E. A. Crulckshank, president of the court; Lieut. Col. IT. D. Smith, general staff officer of Military District No. 1