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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIIDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1918 PAGE TEN MEN I'. Don't "Pass Up" This Chance, Have Your Wives Try, Try, a Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator at The Kerr Co.'s Store Monday Little Doubt Jsiow That Tax Sale Is_ Necessary With more than halt a ,lnll-, It would socni that many of tax ars In uu.! payers are disposed to t lu, mna. paid U'16 tuxes, there seems to bo lit-' age ol the tie doubt loft that there will be a t..x j run a chance ol real Ma Im !oMns sille next vear. Mayor llardlo is lit- In that time, and IV it docb not, let readv hinting In .that direction, the the propmy Bo. following letter from him l" City As- Meech being sou-explanatory: sessor l.cthbridge, Oct. 20, H. Wm. Moech. Esq., City Assessor. Uethbridse, Alberta. Dear The tax collections ;'or With this aspect rontroi.tln. citv, tho delay in a tux sale can only pile no the taxes, so Unit, unless some phenomenal rise in real estate takes place, property will eventually (all to the city. An undue proportion of the tax collodions ,u. property fallins to tho city due to a Itis-avi the collections for taxes do- delayed tax sale could, possibly, be a ll'imieni w-ior to 1916'.up to date are great calamity to the city, not "atisfactorv. and unless there is! At tho present time, my mind doc, vast improvement before the end j not see any clear way out ot a tax of the voar a tax sale will be, so far (sale, and i think the wist- policy-xul I can see at the time, al- bo to make all possible i ixniiirillli, III ;l lit K'UliltlOn 01 .1 most inevitable. GREEKS ACCEPT SITUATION Athens, Thursday, via Lou- lion, Oct. lii.v-'i'ho doniamis of Admiral du Four-net, com- mandcr oi the allied fleet In the Mediterranean, up- on Greece, carried tho doinand to transfer, dismiss or appoint any police officer or detective In'oreece. Greek police offlci- als are net to appoint, dismiss or transfer any policemen with- out (he admiral's consent. The Greeks arc accepting the slum- lion as inevitable. At the 13th lust., there were 297.SiS taxes outstanding, which means the meantime In anticipation of a .tax in the early' part of -March, which means that Hie Initial steps of adver- toon VFROM FACTORY TO H O M E TWENTY BHANCH STORES HEAD OFFICE FACTORIES, TORONTO It Requires But Little Cash TO TAKE A MASON i RISCH PIANO TO YOUR HOME, FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF EXTENDED PAYMENTS WILL BE CHEERFULLY GRANTED. WHAT EXCUSE HAVE VOU FOR NOT HAVING MUSIC IN YOUR HOME WHEN WE ARE WILLING TO SELL YOU AN INSTRUMENT ON THIS BASIS! REMEMBER, THEN, THAT THE MASON PIANO IS MADE FOR LASTING W 5RTH AND FULLY MEETS THE ANTICIPATIONS NATUR- ALLY CREATES BY ITS REPUTATION AS "CAN- ADA'S FIRST AND FORE- MOST PIANO- THE BEST PIANO BUILT." MASON LIMITED STM ST. sbUTH, BALMORAL BLOCK; LETHBHIDGE "97 63 taxes outstamung, wnicn means, uuii mu Itl-at onlv 50 per cent of .1916 taxes would have to be taken m the have been paid; only 17 per cent of i month of December, this year I .1 delinquent taxes have been paid "P; way out of havms a tax saie e.elops to the 13th of Oct; of this year. later, the preparations will luue done It was hoped that in those good no harm. times at least 75 per cent of this year's (1916) taxes would have been i 'p'lld and at least 25 per cent of all 1 delimiuent taxes would also have been paid this year. Th-s would only have amounted to a full payment of the 1916 taxes, but nothing like our expec. tatious have been realized. What the Press Agents Say At the Empress To Robert Leonard belong the lau- Yours truly, D. L. Hardie.. Mayor. They're Gone Simplest Way Known to Get Rid of 1 Them Is Stuart's Calcium Wafers. They Act Quick. A Free Trial by Mail. The wonderful thing about Stuart's Calcium Wafers is the way they go iibimt at once. rels for narrating effectively on the, nigredieu screen the story of "Little Eve Edgar-1 ton." at the Empress for the last time tonight. The character of the story as conceived by Eleanor H. Abbott makes it especially well adapted to tha narrative form. Its screen presen- tation vv.ll be found to be a remark- able character study, in which Ella Hall. Doris Pawn, Gretchen Lederer. Thomas Jefferson. Herbert Rawlinson I and Marc Fenton are their best efforts. Ella daughter of the botanist who has lived J ler life roaming about with her studying and arranging his collections, .ever knowing any real home, is to )e commended. They are made of ts for which the blood is in At the Majestic THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS TONIGHT AT MAJESTIC Those everlastingly popular young ladies, the Famous are paying Lethtmdge another visit to- night, and will appear at the Majestic A REVERSE crt Rawlinson f exhorted to I Hall, as thej ,-Tk: crying need, otherwise there would be Wheat touched new high levels again today when October delivery at the close. One local grain board showed an opening figure of l.SOV- for October. Wheat in the Fort William today is worth which makes it worth 1.63% to the Lethbridge fanner who has his grail, in storage there. Accord- ing to a received from Winnipeg by the United Grain Producers, snow in Winnipeg was the cause of the early buying which sent the market up. There were free offerings, sending prico dov.-a a couple of points, but later on the country started buying and prices took a substantial closing at a new high point. Weather condi- tions all over the west are bad for threshing. Over Southern Alberta some rain and snow is reported, and threshing is again delayed. VISCOUNT WEDS CLERK'S DAUGHTER Inverness. Scotland, Oct. teen-year-old Viscount Uftington. only child of the Earl of Craven and heir to the Bradley-Martin ryllions. sec- retly married the daughter of the :own clerk of Inverness. They met :or the first time about six weeks ago Boyril keeps the Food Bills a joint of beef to make a bottle of liovnl. I be body- building power of -JJovril is from ten to iwnnty'.timcs tho amount taken. Bovril means more less cost. ENGLISH TOMMY IN. SALOMKI LIVES IN HALF A BOAT. left for the front to join the Hamp- shire regiment in which he is a lieu- tenant. WESTERN OFFICERS FOR DUTY IN FRANCE London. Oct. 10 The following western Canadian officers have gone to service in France: Lieut. R. H. Wil- Lient. W. C. Brad- dining table attached LIBERTY WAS SHORT Ossinizig, N.Y.. six Sing Sins 'convicts who succeeded in escaping from the prison yesterday, with the aid of an automobile truck, were all returned to their cells today. no pimples, blotched eruptions, boils czema, muddy complexion and liver the'joy of. living. But you must avoid creams, lotions and ointments. night and -will appear at the Majestic creams. lotions and ointments, as tor tonight only in their latest comedy ,lloj. clog the pores and retain blood JJ.I. success. "The Rose oE Honolulu." A1 impurities and create jhat you are J jli "rara avis" with the clever organiza-j trying to get rid of. .Get a box of tion this year is one lone young man, j Stuart's Calcium .Caters in any drug o fannr nf llfl. ppntS. Tl.CV Will give OU :.Ir. Charles Bennett, a tenor of un- usual ability, for whom an excention- ally bright future is predicted by Mrs. Lang, the woll known lady who lias piloted the Bostonians through thir- teen successful seasons. The perfor- mance tonight will start sharp at S.30: At the matinee this afternoon the the- atre was filled to capacity, and the company gave a most excellent per-' iormance. what you perfect complexion. If yon wish to try them just send the The splendid Pathe program, con- sisting of "The House of Pears." a fine five-reel feature. Pathe English Gazette, and one of the very comedies ever shown in the city, will be shown for the last time tonight. On Monday and Tuesday, the popu- lar Helen Holmes will appear in the first of the Mutual Star prndnrtfrai. "Whispering Smith." a picturlzation of Frank H, Spearman's popular novel. Miss Holmes reveals to her host of i admirers, in this drama, a new her exceptional ability as an emotions actress. Free Trial Coupon F A. Stuart Co., 335 Stuart BIdg., Marshall, Mich. Send me at once, by return mail, a free trial pack- age of Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Name Street Famous Wash Heals Skin D D D., the greatest o[ skin Time- dies, will remove those uasislitiy and troublesome skin afflictions tint have made your life a burden. Thill intoicr- '.-able itching, burning, and discomfort story is well known, and wln nndcr tij? magic influ- iv.m the heroine of "The Oirl and the j of tMs 1 s cured many Game" never appeared to such advan- i pronounceu incurable and will tage as she does in this, her first an- i rvsiai casc it will take just pearance in a five-reel feature. "Whis I leiiCll vul.l IL j---- moments to stop-'in and ask us pering Smith" will he followed short-1 v.ha, i..zs been in the ly by its sequel, "Medicine with Miss Holmes again in the lead- Mrs Bird, "Lawks, Mr. Beaky, what has happened to Mr. Beaky. "Why I saw one of. those aeroplane birds flying upside down and tried to do the Sketch. ing role. jmimiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiii A Natural and Pleasant Way to Health it for yourself! Take END'S you are "below notice cow it improves yoor bMltk tud spiriti and brightens ywr whole outWok on life. And it u pleuwil FRUIT SALT At The Orphftnrn. On Monday night the management of the Orpheum theatre promises a comedy vaudeville program which in- dicates a aplendjd entertainment from start to finish, with comedy predomi- nating. "Mr. a movie irmnical romedy, will be the headline attrac- tion, Earl Cavanaugh, Rath Tomnkins and a quartette of pretty girls com- posing the personnel of the act. Mr. Cavanaugh is a comedian of no mean way of satisfied customers. We want 1) -.D.'ial'i Your money buck unless the first bottle relieves yoii. D-IXD. Soap keeps your skin healthy us about D. liigin- liotham Co.. Ltd.. Druggists, Leth- Leiiibiiusc ia cniG', :ni portant visitor today in the person of Hon. Peter B. OIney, Ntw York attor- ney, who is here looking after arrange- ments to dispose of the Cameron es- tate of which he is administrator. Hon. Mr. OIney is a brother of Mon. Richard Olnoy, who was a member of the cab- inet in the Cleveland administration. In an interview with the Herald this morning regarding the presidential election in the United States, Mr. OIney said he did not care to be auot cd as to his1 opinions. He said, how- lever, there would be no landslide 'either way, but there were so manj c-1-imerts in this which have cover been injected into previous c-am paign; that opinions were not of much v.-eight. KIND OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO VISION Montreal, Oct. man who cannot believe in the future develop- ment oi this country has no vision, said Venerable Archdeacon Cody, of Toronto., at a bairraet give.: in the Windsor hotel on Thursday to the vis- ting Anglican clergymen ar.d laymen, n at the which as been held here during the last hree days. STEAMER TURNS TURTLE London, Oct. Norwegian steamer Gustav Wifeland tons) has turned turtle on the coast near Berwick, and was driven on the rocks. The crew was saved. Over boxes dh mon G11LSI HIDE J IKS OF Bill _ i n I clever soubrette, and the chorus is composed of pretty girls who sing and dance to perfection. j Rucker and "Winriifred, the ebony hued entertainers, have a most amus- 25-Cent Bottle Destroys dandruff and Doubles Beauty of Your Hair. Within ten minutes after an appli- iiueu cation of Danderine you can not find ing comedy offering to present. H single trace of dandruff or fallinf, pure and unadulterated fun from start j hair and your scalp will not itch, hut to finish. j what v.-ill please you most will be aftpr Saul Burke and Lillian Broderick n few week' use, when you see new will offer dance creations of their own hair, fine and downy at in their own peculiar way. These two' but really new all over artists are dancers par. the scalp. and their offering Is novel and out of....... IAMU r. urorn A co. tt HUH. TMMTTO the ordinary. Izctta, billed as the Eva Tanguay of the Accordeon, will present a reper- toire of popular numbers .and singing In her own Inimitable style. The Three Keatona, fun's funniest A little Danderine doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amaz .tout n u ber that said to be a iuo. _ __ The Three Keatons, mns lunniesi family will offer a comedy knock- ;lng-your hair will be. Ight, fluffy_ai.d u ._ _ I wavy, ind have an appearance of abun dance; an incomparable .lustre, soft ness and luxuriance. Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton'f Danderine from any drag store or toi let counter, and prove that your hair I Herein. Two shows, 7.45 and 9.30. STRONGLY ENDORSED Truro N S Oct en- let counter, and prove that your hair donation of the act.of the Canadian is as pretty and soft M any-that i1 Press association In urging upon the government a halt on tho rising price of newsprint paper was the feature of the annual iroetlng .of the Maritime Press association held here Thursday. has been neglected' orjnjiired. By care less you cure' can have beautiful harV-and lots of It If you will just try a little Danderine Be Warned in Time! Constant Headaches Indicate Kidney Trouble Ttea is a -leadaci.. ConsUnt are often tho rcsait of Kidney or Bladder evils to com if tho rcmody to moved tho cause in a groit many ewes of tlus-tand fcy Mothine tSo Zldieys and restoring tiw sofmil function. Do not let ronr.-..fcJdaeyfl 'EO from bad to -.vorse. Do not wait uatil you h27e tn ii'-ii! work before -you eesli a remedy. Accept the'waratnc of tie or backache, or reinwl to Drug Chemical Co. of Limited Toronto, Oat D. S. 202 Mtln St., Buffalo, H.T. Nat! WRITE FOR FREE SAMPLE BOX Bucharest, London, .Oct The continuation of Rumanian suc- against the Teutonic forces on he Transylvania front is reported m oday's war office statement. The Ru- manian troops surrounded a hostile detachment which had occupied Mont Sis-Plies, taking 50 prisoners and war material. Retire in Centre Bucharest, Oct. offensive being pressed by the Central Powers in Dobrudja has forced the retire- ment of the Russo'-Humanlan army in the centre and on the left wing, the war office announced today. PRICE OF TOOTHPICK GOES UP San Francisco, Oct. Even toothpicks have advanced in price. Southern Pacific rail-' road officials who buy them said today. There used to be 1000 pick and blade American meal aftermaths in a 5-cent package. Now-there are only 760.. It Is estimated; that 000 toothpicks' arc used In San Francisco and bay points every two months. CROCKERY, CHINA GLASSWARE 1 W. F. BISSETT Keprescnting Cassidy's Limited, Montreal, Will foe at our jtore OCT. 25th and specially controlled range of fine China and (ilass, in Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Copeland's Spode, Elite Elite Cut Glass and Webb Corbett's Crystal. Should -you require any of these lines this would be a favorable opportunity to make your selection. H. A. McKILLOP CO. ;