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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ' >'^rt>;E SIX  THE LETHBKIDGEDAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 24,. 1916 PDRE FOOD MARKET SPECIALS Reduction in Price NewuldEggs 2 doz. - - - 45c Finest Crown Creamery Butter 2 lb. - - - - 75c Finest Bonniebrook Dairy Butter 2 lb. - - - - 6Sc Best Quality Picnic Hams 5 lb. Average per lb. - - - 17c GE VILLAGE Ai ACTS; A NEW N SUBDIVISIONS Kiimontou. Mnroli -Hon. Wilfred Gnriiipys fo\ir l.iUs ainoudiiis tlio muiilolinil hail iiisuhmce act, towns' Why "Anuria" is an INSURANCE Against Sudden Death. Before an Insurance Company will (akr a risk on vo'.ir liie the examining physician will test the nrine and report whether you are a pood risk, W heh your kidnej-8 get s!u)��;i:ih and el's:, you suffer "from backache, sick-headache, diizy spells, or the twinnea .and paina of luuiluiKO, rhenmalism and gout. The urine is often cloudy, luil of sediment; channels often get sore and sleep i.' disturbed two Or three times a night. This is the time you should consult some physician of wide experience-such as Dr. Pierce of tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Send him 10 cents for sample packapo of his new discovery, "Auuric." Write him your symptoriis and send a sample of urine for test. Experience has taught Dr. Pierce tiiat "Anuric" is the mont powerful agent in dissolving uric acid, as hot water melta sugar; besides being absolutely harmless it ia endowed witli other properties, for it preserves tho kidneva in a healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing them. Being so many time's more active than lithia, it. clears tlio heart valves of any sandv substaucea which may clog them and checks the degeneration of the blood - vessels, as �well as regulating blood pressure. ".\.nuric" is a regular insurance and life-saver for all big meat eaters and those who deposit lime-salts in their joints. Ask the druggist-for "Anuric" put up by Dr. Pierce, in 5CH;ent packages. STRENGTH AND BEAUTY Como with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This is a blood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stomach into vigorous action. It thus assists the body to manufacture rich red blood which feeds the heart, nerves, brain and organs of the body. The organ." work smoothly like macuinery running In oii. You fpol oleHO, strong and strenuous in-�toad of tired, weak and laini. act, vlllugo act, ami a new bllfcovor-Ing suhdlvlslona were brought down for second reading yeatcrday. The amendments to tho co-operativo hail Insuranoo act Include power for nninlcipalltles not In the hall Inaur-mice district to unite with such If the ratepayers express a desire through petition and by passing a bylaw to Hint effect. Hoards In charge of this hall Insurance are enipowerod to borrow uioney for operation of the board, exclusive "of paying hail losses. These borrowlnss must be tlrxt passed by the bofird and then tho chntmitvn and treasurer may borrow on promissory I\Otl'S. The rate of as.sessment cannot exceed ten cents per acre and after e.\-penscs arc paid the balance of the amount of tho assessment will bt> apportioned pro rata among claimants anil will constitute payment in full tor that year. .\o one 8,ufforlng a loss ot only live per cent, or le.'ss of crop is entitled to any claim. Money due as indemnity for losses by hall shall bo exempt from garnish-niout or attachment, and shall be Incapable of being assigned. .Anyone with an unpatented homestead, a pre-emption or a purchased homestead within the hail district can escape paying the hall tax if he has less than 2.1 acres broken, and If ho makes written notico to the secretary, treasurer or the district that he does not wish to participate. The amendments to the vlllnge act provide tor vMlages to Impose taxe.s on buildings for tho four years from Dec. 31, 191t;. This can be done by petition of not less than ten per cent, of the number of votes polled at the annual municipal election last held prior to the date of the petition. The petition is submitted then to the secretary not later than Sept. 1st. and a bylaw is submitted to the village council. If it does not pass there and it is accompanied by a retiuest to the council to pass It, the council must submit the bylaw to the electors, where a majority vote will validate It. The act further states that where this tax is allowed on buildings and improvements the rate shall be on 60 per cent, of the assessed valuation of the said properties. In addition to this the amendments allow the villages to assess a business tax during the same four years from Dec. 31, 1915, to four years later. This business tax does not extend to trades, professions or b\isinesses licensed already. The assessment of this business tax shall be on basis of rental value of premises used. It WONDERFUL TALE OF AN ACTRESS StrugglMl with Sickness and Dis. cannot exceed ten per cent, ot the rental value of the premises. The Towns' Act grants power to license automatic vending machines, selling gum, matches or other articles. It also gives the same power to towns with regard to taking property and with regard to business assessment as it gives to cities. Respecting Subdlvlilons The act respecting subdivisions affects cities, towns, villages and rural municipalities. Through the utilities commission the owner or owners of tho larger portion of subdlvistons can apply [or and obtain the subdivision RUSSIAN mkk, HASBGS' CDESS Petrograd, via London. iMnrch i!3.- While admitting fhat It ia not yet clenv whether the llghtlug which Is In progress south of Ovlusk slgninos a genenil advance ot the Ilusslnn troops In that sector, or Is Intended as a demonstration to attract (.lernian forces from tho Kninco-Ocrmnn front, the military critics lay emphasis upon what thoy alludo to as the unlvevgal success of tho attacks during tho hist few days, tho viciousness of which i.s I pointed to as being suillciont lo have � made an imprttssion upon the German general staff. The Rtissian troops are operuling in throe groups, covering a front ot 170 miles, but the severest tlghtlug Ih 'reported to have occvirred In tho vt-|clnlty of Lake Narocz, where the Russians' drive carried them throuRli three lines ot German trenches hoav ily protected by wire entanslomnnls. The Russians resorted to their favorite method, bayonet lighting, routing tho Germans In spite of desperate ro-slstanco and capturing more than 1000 men. including 17 ofticers, a dozen machine guns and other booty. A Household Query- and the Obvious Answer > llio forcnio.sl. [inrveYor.s of I'ootl.shifl's uivii almosl; Wh as mw:[\ atteiition to \\w packugi' tis j.o ll�o goods t.hem- HflVL'S? Bomiusi? II pcrl'ei'l proiiiKM is vory smui a -puiloit protliiot iiiilt'ss proporly protuctcd. The I'roprietiir.s ol' BLUE RIBBON have Itiiig bft'ii Iniikiiiii for the perietal Tea-pnckot. Now tlicy have round it. Tlie new WAJE KIBBO.N' aiv-fijrlil, du.^t-i-'roor, odor-proof, pnifitically iinbrcakiible piii-kiit give.s perfect i)rot(Hdioii to a perfect tea. Sohl with a money-back guarantee ST. JOHN SOLDIER DEAD St. John, N. B., March 23.-News was received this morning ot the death of Major Walter Belyea, who left hero in command of (' Company of the 2t">tn battalion and afterwards was promoted to aecond In commund. I After recovering from previous j wounds he had returned to the front � on March 10 and his death occurred only ten days later, on iMarch 20. Major Belyea, lived at Newcastle, N.B., where he was manager of the MIramichI Farm Implement company. He la survived by a widow aud five children. for cultivation, either by buying out those who have taken small plots, or by exchanging properties in other parts with them. When the small holders have been satisfied and removed the subdivision may bo used for agricultural purposes. This power applies to subdlvlaions which will not be developed in the immediate future. ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER AND ALL HOME LABOR-SAVING DEVICES SUPPLIED BY W.L. MeKeiizie .St Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. SOCIALIST 1 J URE MINERS' HALL SUNDAY, MARCH 26th, 7 p.m. SPEAKER W. A. PRITCHARD DOMINION SECRETARY SPECIAL Burns' Tomato Sausage per lb. - - - 20c This is the finest sausage you can buy. Try them for your Sunday breakfast. If you want the best ask for Shamrock Hams and Bacon. OUR CLASS OF TRADE DEMANDS THE BEST Look for the stamp "Canada Approved" on all our Packing House Products which nieans that you are protected by the Pure, Food Laws of the Dominion. Main Market, 3rd A. S. Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion Market, 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654 Palace Market,13thSt.N 431 (1) Takakkaw Falls, hiprher than Niagara." (2) Emerald Lake Chalet. (3) Mount Burgess and Emerald Lake. (4) Emerald Lake from Zigzag Trail. (B) Snow Peak Avenue, from Field to Emerald Lake. and shades, In Its surface are ml dred and one beautiful spots for glory of tho valley, Takakkaw Falls the tourist Sim alSng thVroa^S UP tho^v^^^^ Burgess and the snowy glaciers ot President Mountain, From Emerald Lake there are a hun- down a deep, winding chasm till it Bains the'verBe of an-unbroken cUlf, leaping forth UUo' sudden ;Tldne�ss"fo7rhu'jrdrmr.^nd rfirt";;? �"n'"rM.'�i''n" af '""'"'eB terapeaiuously water dashing almost a thousand foet Into the Yoho Valley. Higher up'the valley is the PlctureSqn"uu^^^ Mn side. It would lna�ed.b� dimcult to find anywhere else a tpore wr><'t group of tho elomorta^ of lITJ^J^J^L'^TV With wua flowers, and a ffcbup of wmtjrfalls a� varied Jn �lJHra