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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October Make The Teapot Test Put "SALADA" TEA iii a warm on freshly boiled water let stand for five you will have the most delicious cup of tea you ever tasted. THE LETHBRIDGE PATLY HERALD HAS THE THE FRAGRANCE! THE DEUCIOUSNESS that makes Ceylon Tea the beverage of delight, In sealed lead packages ONLY. 1ST SIRE UP. IHE-EB, GOVERNMENT WILL ESTABLISH RECOGNITION OF PRINCI- PLE OF UNEARNED INCREMENT Edmonton, Oct. n the first iu the Dominion ol Canada to lake up the taxation ot m.earueil increment on increased land w MIXED clurtcr, whkh was rcovcd ly Dr. Stewart, l.ethlridje. The lolli.irins public tills TO AMEND CHARTER WAS READ FIR3T BUSY SESSION Edmonton, Oct. 14.-Kor first in eleven toys the Alberta and Ureat Waterways bill was not under discussion in tho legislature today. The hill was down tor third leading lint was allowed to stand over while a number ol othft less contentious measures were put through. Ttc house gave first reading to a bill to amend tbc Letlibtiiigc city read a second time Sclicol ordiu- anee and truancy p.ct amendments tliresl.ers' lien; respecting pi'iice, magistrates, justices of the peace.and constables auici-dincjils to ccrpora- tion taxation act; inlands1 act. Hills considered in committee ol the whole and passed Act to restrain dangerous or mischievous animals Uownpss Improvement Co.; Village of Waoamun lleacli; Urcei Canadian cluti' The act to allow James Hoary Phillips to practice medicine was withdraw by Gordon McDonald, who had charge of.the bill. iVcinler Ritlon today notice -that Le would juove a resolution re- specting a .tax on unearned incrc- jnent In Hie. estimated revenue ot tbe province for tlie year 19H'appears an item of "taxation 'of unearned increment en This i is the amount the province is ex- pectod to realize Iroin the first mea- sure ot taxation to be applied to this source. The tal will be or, a basis of the increase in from the lime ot the last sale and iwill If charged when tl.e sale is While iLc iiiTiciurit 'to be derived from this Source, at the statt is small, it promise to become sn im- portant source o! revenue in the fu- ture. The all important thing to do al the present time in the opinion of the government Is to establish the principle. John Godfrey, a resident of'Elora since 1855. and pof.lmaster for 1C years, Is dead, agcu 33. accuracy the McClary thermb met ei makes good bak- ing a certainty adds a lot of satisfac- tion to the work. You can scarcely imord to to overlook the several exclusive features of the Sask-alta when buying your new range. Ask your dealer to explain them. Sask-alia are sold every- where by good dealers. wJsD back up our guarantee on lliis splendid LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG' VANCOUVER ST.JOHN HAMILTON CALGARV SASKATOON EDMONTON CONCERT OF EXCEPTIONAL MER- IT WAS BUT SLIMLY AT- TENDED VARIED PROGRAM Backward fly your thoughts. Fragrant Wrigley 's SPEARMINT recalls your child- hood in the fresh country. Thk refreshing flavor popular because H is the simple, pure mint natural juice of natural leaven that's like balm to your system. The freeh ralot leaf juice aids digestion instantly, sharpens appetite teeth and purifies breath besides. Its am if, deHctova pastime. BUY IT BY THE BOX Look for the spear Avoid imitations Not since Harold JarvlE visited Lethbridge four years ago, has a local oudlerice been treated to such a 'mag- niflclent recital as was given at Knoi Church last night by'America's prem- ier tenor singer. Mr, Jarvls is fortun- ate In having a strong hold on the public, and Lethbridge is very for- .uuate In being able lo secure his la- ,CDti (hough only .once in four years. During that time Mr. Jsrvis has not nne lola of his delightful talent, and baa gained greatly In popularity, which is due, not only to his wond- erful gifts In the art- of vocal ei- rresslon, but to the knack of choos- ing the Bongs which a certain nunlenco will enjoy, and to bis own personali- ty. .His'contribution to the musical world is 030 to bo prized, and his fame aa an entertainer Is bulU on a perman- Get from any druggist 6 ot Bay Rum. 2 ounces Layoca de Composee and drachm Menthcri Cryitals. If Chew it after ev s BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR with simple, home-wade tonic. ent foundation. Mies -Mary. Lyon proved to be delightfully refreshing reader, and an accompanist par excellence. you add eracbara o! your fav- orite perfume.- Mil Bioromhly; ap; ply at and mornloj wltt (Insert, The program opened with the Aria for' diidruft nnd falllnj hair Con liecondltY Armonia, from the Opera r talus "no or coloring matter, but Tosca, by rendering of-one Ingredient, accordtnf author which showed that'Mr. Jarvla had actually forces Into reMweii ac iiot lost ianv of his old time form, "on. the dormant pigment-forming UOl 1051 ,an. ui ii i re8tore, LOCAL ELECTRICIANS HAVE OR- GANIZED EV- KNT WITH A BAN- QUET Probably the 'most popular songs Mrs. Caniiico UleEwen, a neautlful, miiture of bormbny.and melody, "The _Aavt, tne rendering ol .which.will never be equallcd'in "Mc- Gregor's "The Dtatn ot by-special request, giving I Medicine Hal. Oct. thor- Mr. Jarvis ample opportunity to bring oirghly' looking over the ground here, his mar-; votco ini- T_ ____. ot Somewhere" the simple 'sacred as.'good an ope-nlng-for a brewery, pieca-which was given at the end y; In behalf-of the Medl- Lethbridje lodge ol the Order ot the- Sons ol Jov'e came into exis'.cnco night-.when seven new re-'________________________ __________________________ emits were made to walk the plank ride the angora. Last spring CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN AT THY MY CATARRH BALM utural color. ThU i several'of the local electrcians w.nt .aljo a.ptftrerful )0 Caig2ry for lne fuTfoie. Of insti- JTl.h hilr. a o, lhi, order BREWERY FOR THE 'HAT (b llulylU uyl-u. UU..1..7 OUgUly lUOniufc 5IUUJLU 1H71C, pglpjjrgtefl vellous volume and range of -B11j ovct. this district, and coming buet jn tne ito [ilay, and "Beautiful-Isle" jo the conclusion that uo plate offer- Si bridge, but ttere were not quired number of charter so the organiialion as postponed j until enough new members could j oMainrd. The- occasion wjs fitt'ngly i celebrated at night by a sumptuous Alexandra when j ity Relief Note and Head Clogged rrcrri Natty Catarrhal u Headache Vanliliei. Trj- "Ely's Cream a Ccld. Stopt Dull festive bo (u ,K. -the bons fathered at- the, ard... The company I Get a small bottle anyway, just. to a little in the nostrils your dogged nose ani _. several visiting ir.emters 3iCBned-uD air head tho program as an encore. The .Utter cine Hat Brewing Co., yesterday :winnlpeg, besides the 14 charter mem- wU] ODOn. you will brealhe freely; as started duilness and headache disappear. By 's the sec-j morning! the catarrh, or jont'left B strong Impression oa the iooi out a bulldlif permit for the Krst; bfrSi (nc mv ,V; audience after "Won't Ybu 'Make My 0; (be structures to erected, to cost jts waj-' It i Sold in Lelhbridge by STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. Drcams Corae .True" also sacred, as well as: pathetic. Mr. Jarvla ;esplaln- ed that ho bad more opportunity to do jusllce- to "Beautiful o! Some- .singing, toforo an aud: lence than' when transmitting (he song jn to a gramophone record! as It was necessary lo hurry the piece In order lo get It on .the disk. Anyone -who tas heard the record will agree with htm would seem impossible lo Improve on. The and the fam- iliar "Mary of were also ar- tistically and fully appre- ciated as evidenced by the hearty en- cores. Mr. Ja-rvls responded to every number with encores, and sang sever- al of- the pieces special request. Ho made the remark that It was j evident was In a Prcfbyterian Church Judging from the a'pplauso i which greeted "McGregor's Gather- ond "Mory of Aralc." A rtgret was passed by many that ho did not also sing "The March of the Cameron which is one of his most popular songs. i Ills popularity -lieM.-was not t UD.008, and to built of iricVc. 11; lodge ol this older to be organ- 1 In Alberta, and the fiflh in Can- da, and its success is guaranteed by tie interest shown at last night's ithering. J. H. McDonnell, was elected slates- iu, and had full .tnirge of affairs ast nlgbt. H is the purposj of the month upheld hut aided lo, ant] levers of tho COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You may be the htsl cook In the world, but if tho leaven you use Is poor you cannot gel satis.- factory results. Always use Blue'Ribbon liaklng It mnkes the IjishlcBt and Aeat pastry .and cakes. Blue iiibbuii, Hit standard of Teas, Coffees, Ilaking Powders, Jelly Powders, Spices, and llxtracts. predate o return engagement. Each of Miss Lyons' readings were, t ns popular as they were well ercd, "The- .Man In the and "Trials of a Housekeeper" being es-1 pccially appreciated. Mr. Jarvls and Miss byon left this morning for ft toi After they Ed m onion on their rcturt. Tho attendance did not GuticiffaSoap id Ointment jatarrhal aore throat will be gone. End such misery .now! the 3mill bottle of "Ely'i Creau Bulrn" at any drug store. This sweet, fragiant calm di'sqlves by the best of the nostrils; penclrateE and heala In- Hauled, swollen membrane which klnes the nose, head and cltars the air patEages; stops nasty dli- charges and' a feeling of toothing relief conies ImmeduUely. Don't lay awake tonight struggling for breath, with head ituttcd; ntxtriU cloted, hrLX-ving and blowlnf. Cat- arrh or a cold with IU running noic, foul mucous dropping Into throat, and raw IB dlstrelKing, but truly needle." s. Put your "Ely's Cream aud your cold or cat- arrh will surciv disappear. ANOTHER HOODOO BOAT (o meet, every i eKrc TonightiubyourscalplighUywith k Culicura Omlmcnt.; In the morn- B. S. ''ur lo the Coast ing shampoo with Ctlticura Soap. t'ndergroiinJ CaVle will vielt Calgary and NoothcttmollicnUdosomuchfor Jtiiie.s. unify th'o dry, tiirt and falling hiir.dandrdlT stanuml of the entertainment, which jma brougM to uthbrldge under tho j agrwably nd to have a luncheon every two i The order was founded la 839, at Austin, Texas, and has a embership now of including uch well known men as Westing- .ouse and Kdison. Mayor Hardio was present at the banquet Monday, and on account of his training as an engineer, was con- lidered a prospective member. He spoke very briefly-on the value ol such an organization to the city, and complimented the members on tho jrngrcss made so far. (1. J. Monahan, ot (lie Frontier Me- ter company, Winnipeg, gave a short but'humorous sketch on the organiza- tion, its prlnciplts, Ueals, and ob- jects, Impressing his hearers with the fact that there were r.o distinctions the ranl.s. The man with the ovtrals ar.d plycrs is rs much a competent part, of as the. clK-tricn! lie order is very democratic and has lor its chifi aim the promotion ol the science ol which so little Is Stewart, ol. the Standard comrany, cl Wla- .toomcr rnd Oeo, Rltts, of'ths May'ner Ehclric-l Co., were.among 'the Vlsit'm! members who gave short addiessts.-' Th: new members were Initiated at NOT- York, Oct. steamship 'Kroonland, bringing nearly one huo ed survivors of the Volturco dlsas- r to this port, has developed a flaw her crank shaft, which is r'eUrd- her speed. The vessel will not SOLD LIQUOR IN "TEMPERANCE" HOUSE St. Thomas Oct. Letch, who conducts a. temperance house al Eden, pleaded guilty before trale Bradley at Ayirwr and WM tin-' ed and costs on a charge ft xU- Ing liquor without a llcenie. Thousands of Folks Merely Play With Corns They daub them with liquids. They One appliw It lo a jiffy, and tin pareoff thetop. They pain stops instantly. InAShouri apply a 'c" plaster and lift out tecliuLj; loosened I The corn remains, No pain; no soreness, no incon and tvtice a week the treatment Is repeated. That's playing with a corn. A plaster taVes the whole corn callous, auspices of Knox Choir, but appreci- ation of llio program, and of Mr: Lay- ton's efforts In giving pcopli! the there Is, will no doubt (hoso in Full directions in every package. the K. o' nail. Cotlnn Thomas Fitzgerald, Jiin.. of Murray Township, ifed froni iVrang- You simply forget the cora t When it Is gone it's 'gone for good. Thatcorn won't comeback. ,Tha Inve'nlor of Blue-jay spent years on corns. And now a mil- lion corns a monlh die lakw out this way. A to Is ABwax. keeps Iho '.IOT C itoml IIUiirroMt D ll to tift l Blue-jay Corn Plasters S.apte KU -ltc ml ttc Alio ;