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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VR1DAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .PAGE FIVB f Saturday Grocery Specials pounds for .......25c Per largo 1 pounds for Por case pound a for .....25c Per box............................. pounds for.............25c Concord 'iiaskct ...............40c Tokay pounds for.................35c dozen........................SGc pound....................16c Grape for........................ .26o Hubbard pound................3c Sweet pounds for ..............25c pounds for .......25c Carrotf, Beets, Turnips and 12 Ms pounds for .............-...........25c pounds for ,.25e White Ib, Geo. Washington Coffee Three sizes...............40c, 75c and Good pounds pound......... 30c tins for Corn, Peas and tin .............lOc Corned Bentow, alicod, pound ....35c Shelled pound.......... !7.. .55c Shelled pound ...............55c Wine, Malt and J'cr gallon.............................ggc Olive Oil 45c, 85c, Back jiounrt ....................25c Finnan tin ....................I6c Quality Is Our Leading Feature! ELS OFTHE.U11IIE tins for .......................25c pound ............40c on aale .....50c Jelly All flavors, 4 packages for.............25c Swift's-Premium per pound..32c Swift's Premium per pound...31 c Swift's Premium or For pound .............................23c Swift's Premium per pound...30c Swift's Roast Pork with ...35c Cooked pound ...................35c Ox pound .....................65c Fruit Cake, Sultana Cake and Cherry Brookficld box Brbokfield and-Cardston Butter- .-25c -3 packages lor ...........25c Puffed package..................14c Puffed packages for ..............25c Beans (Brown pounds for .........25c pint sealer .............5Qc Tea Garden Jam Regular on sale, special .........80c Old Country High Class Special per pound ......................33c Brand's Tomato Regular 30c; on sale per bottle .........20c Peaches (Slider size ..........25c Peaches 2 cans for ........35c Per pound.......................... ...40c cans for Mince 2 packages for ......25c Toilet large roils ror..............25c Dainty Per package ...........................lOc Royal Crown and Golden West 2 packages for .........................45c Ivory bars for......................25c ...45c Lombard cans for Pineapple 246 54c Llbby's tins; on sale .....35c Health Bottle ..........45c HOT HOUSE expect a ship- ment of Hot House Tomatoes to arrive Sat- urday. GEO. KERR CO. High-class Grocers and Provision Merchants Phone 1453 5th Street S. Uassiino, Oct. feature of the Municipalities Convention this j morning was an Mr. T. I M. Tweedie, M.P.P., Calgary, on the 'Patriotic explaining its scope! and the operation in Alberta with its" north arid south nrancTies, with thn various sub-branches throughout the province. Ho said ii was imperative that each district raise its apportion- ment, as a large amount will be re- quired. J. y. Mayor, barrister, Bassuno, j read a paper'on "Municipal Taxa-! tion." I Jlo strongly advocated a graduated j income tax of from one 10 (he per cent so as to make everyone pay. This, of course, to take the place of a business tax. Single tax IK ade- quate in rural sections and for I schools, but should he .supplemented in urban municipalities. He condemn- j ed gross dishonesty by assessing 011 inflated values. Mr. Mayor's paper I was an ardent appeal for the tax. i Mr. Wallace, city assessor, told of Calgary's assessment methods, show- ing the various with a graduate scale of assessment from j inside property working outwards.: I The business tax is to be charged so as to be un a rental basis, which will nuikc .professional men, bankers, pay a more equitable share, other j business men being heavily hit under the, present method. He fully .explain- j j ed the loeal improvement system, the tuxes paid under it this year being j j Xt Wednesday night's session Mr.' [John Perrie, deputy minister of mu-' nicipal affairs, read a comprehensive 'on ''Municipal Progress in 11915." There are urban munici- palities, marie up oi 102 villages, 48 towns and six cities. One of the most important pieces of legislation of the last session was the creation of the' utility commission. It will have power1 to deal with all util- ities'and investigate any institution giving public" service. The way in which it wJJ affect munic' paiitics will be in connection with loans. All civjc. and school Ipans will .have to be authorized by the commission before any money raising bylaw can be pre- sented to the peop'le. Mr'.' Perrie dealt with the business tax, showing that it was a relief measure to meet emergent conditions 'to" heavy' obligations, Mr. Marnoch of Lethbridge in the discussion said thai the wild land tax had resulted in a large area ad- joining that city being made produc- tive. It was decided to hold next year's convention in Edmonton, I The Simpson Co., Limited Stocks Are Now at Their Best Big Additions Received This Week Piles of Underwear for Men, Women and Children Imported Hosiery for Women and Children New Dress Goods, Serges and Heavy Coatings 54 INCH CHINCHILLA COATING flrey and brown shades 54 INCH CHINCHILLA COATING Very fine, dark brown 54 INCH GREY CHEVIOT CLOAK- ING .......___ EXTRA QUALITY CASHMERE HOSIERY Women's Indiana Cashrrtere Hose- Her pair Women's Violet Llama Per pair Other lines of At per pair and SOYS' HEAVY CASHMERE HOSIERY WITH DOUBLE sizes, ranging in price from 35c to BOYS' RIBBED WORSTED Prices from 35c to IERY 85c 60c 40c f WITH 60c 50c COMPLETE STOCKS FOR Darling and Daisy. TEA Lawn Tea Aprons trim- med with lace or iMiiuroidory. Three dis- tinct styles. Each A DRESS Lustre Dresses; sixes 3-1 to 42. latest cut, full skirts. Neatly made and trimmed. Very special value tC fifl At. each 20c BOYS' JERSEY SUITS AND Fine Cashmere Jr-rsey Suits cap; colors: white, -brown and navy. On sale Each, ?2.50, ami ___........ 51.SO FINE CASHMERE JERSEYS tor girls and boys, all colors; each Siic to MILITARY SHIRT Made tf- 4 "9C from .Testings in while or tan; each. .9 I I 0 SURE WAY TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF There Is one sure way that never fails to remove dandruff completely and that Is to dissolve it. This strays ft entirely. To 'do this, juat Bet' about four ounces of plain, ordi- nary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moist- en .the scalp and rub it in gently with tfle finger .tjps. By morning, jnost, if not all, of your dandruff will ibe gone, and three or Tour more applications will com- pletely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of no matter how much dandruff you may ..have. You will .find, too, that all itching; and digging of the scalp will stop Instantly, and: your, hair -will be Huffy, lustrous, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You con get liquid arvon at any drtjg store: 'it is inexpensive, and four ounces is all you will need. This simple remedy has never been known to (CONTINUED FROM FHONT PAGE) man rifles as1 she had been before the coiirt martial and refused to have her eyes bandaged. She a small Union Jack on her Dutch Papers Roused Amsterdam, via London, .Oct. The execution of Miss Edith Cavcll is the subject of condemnatory edi- torials in the Dutch .newspapers to- The Nieuw Van Den Dag says an apparent lacTTo'f good faith on the part of- the German authorities in fail- ing to keep their promises to inform thi) AmnriRjin. minister fully of the trial and sentence. Bow Island Patriotic Committee Formed Celebrate Trafalgar Day in Fitting Style Women's Coats from to We have a Coat for you at that's a wonder. Why pay the long price! when you can get quality and style here for less? Three-quarter leu.atli Heavy Coals in good stylos and colors Heiiyy Stylish Coals in nn assortment of Cloths Our .Finost Goats in Chinchillas, Zebalines. covvect styles and lined; each. Girls'' fancy Heavy Coats, sines S to .14 years BOYS' MITTS GLOVES; 5ttc up to AND 90c GIRLS' SWEATER COATS, heavy and Wci LADIES' REAL ENG. Cape Walk- Ing Gloves. 9 The Simpson Co., Limited Bow Island, Oct. a meeting hil.d here on Wednesday citizens fell into line with the of the Dominion and organized Tiotic committee, the meeting presided oyer by A: Werts, the. rest pa-.j was; I who The lirst of a series of intei-sociaty social evenings, between the Sons o'f Jinglanil and the Kenti.sh association toqK tlic form of a whist drive, and was heJd last night in the S. O. E. hall in commemoration of Trafalgar Day. That this series will bu populaz was -shown by the large number, who nd th attended., future events w3Ll COL. VICKERS DEAD Oct. Thomas Ed- ward Vlclcera, a pioneer oE the Bri- be looked forward to with pleasure. -Advantage was taken of the occa- sion ,to extend a welcome to George Lee, a member of the; Kentish associ- ation, who has just returned wound- ed .from the front. Mr. Lee was tho lion of the evening, and was the very popular winner of the first prize. tlifl name of humanity" -will be made holding it "called upon Hon. A. .Seventeen tables were occupied by sides, and adds McLean to give an address. The oi the two societies, to- "What poor_ psychologists German' er gave a. resume of what the patri- j.gather with the Daughters and Maids it trusts.that a "vigorous protest in after, briefly outlining the reasons of officers are. From their first- request to Belgium1 for free, passage, down through the Lusitania case and the visits of Zeppelins to open towns, and incidents of the -Cavcll sort, Germans have shown every- where a lack of the most elementary conception of psychology." London, Oct. full report oE the circumstances of the condemna- otic fund had done and what would 1 of England, and twenty hands were he wanting 1.1 the future. After address the follow ing the- elected President, K. A. vice-president, A. retary, A. Feme; s .were i P. Dulmage see-, treasurer, J. M playett, the prizes bftihg awarded follows First, Miss Harrison and George Lee sealed numbers, Mrs. Buss J. Dawson; consolation, Mrs. Stevens arid J. Hooker. Refreshments were served 'by the committee and were much appreciated. Undoubtedly the feature of the ev- ening was the address by Mr. W. A. Buchanan, which was thorough- ly enjoyed by those present, a round of "Kentish Fir.e" being lustily giv-L en at the conclusion'. Mr. Buchanan over the world and it was these re- sources that would eventually orrr- whelm Germanv. the man of determined character so British people today were fletcnnlncd to defeat Lhfi of the Teutons and as Nelson's deter- mination won him victories so would the determination oi the Rrilnh ple today bring about victory. Ba- tons did not know what it nipiirit to quit. Mr. Buchanan. dealt with sever- naturally onphasized the power, of the British navy in his review of the I p- -es O.1 llltl u ir 1Illf characteristics of Nelson and the fea- tures of the Trafalgar victory. He also commented upon the progress of the war and aroused enthusiasm by his allusions to the unity of the Em- pire in its determination to. back un the allies, instancing the cndorsation of Premier Botha's policy by the peo- ple of South; Africa. Britain had un- itpd resources of men spread all Milroy, and a finance committee of 12 members. tish armament industry, Is dead, aged tion and execution of aria Edith Ca- 82. Real Relief from suffering means true bap- pineaa. The troublo duo to indi- getttfon and biliousness, is removed qoickjy. certainly and safely by veil, an Englishwoman and head of a training school in Brussels, for help- Ing English, French and Belgian sol- diers to "escape from Belgium, made by Brand Whitlock, the American min- ister at Brussels, to Walter Hines Page, the American ambassador at London, was' issued by the British government this evening. How the secretary of the American legation, Hugh S. Gibson, sought out the German governor. Von tier Lane- Ken, late at night, before the execu- tion, and, with the Spanish minister, pleaded .with the governor and th< German officer's for the mah's life IB graphically related In a meirioriuiduni from Mr.' Gibson. This document makes' reference to For Best Results, Absolute Safety and Quick Returns ship your grain to JAMES RICHARDSON SONS PHONE US FOR DAILY QUOTATIONS HYDE SAUNDERS P.O. Box 112 District Agents Phone 1244 Strange Dealing in Govt. Contracts Hegina, Sask., Oct. C.P. K. freight bIPis were forged, tbat'thg local head of the remount department If new practically nothing' of what wag going on in' his, office, that the secre- tary to the department wits given an absolutely free hand; that at least eight cars of feed charged Tip to the Dominion government never existed in fact, and that weekly i'ecd reports of feed given horses mobilized here for war purposes were abslurd and im- possible, were some of the points brought out at the second sitting-of the Davidson war contract committee hold here today. i Big Yields Shown Near Bow Island Bow Island, Oct. Island1 district is still retaining the lead whiih it has obtained in the race for! grain production this year. Several additional reports have .-come in pand! these show that the high average has been maintained, The fresh plaws to. I report are D. Pederson, 61 2-3 bush- els, per acre off 30'acres, S.'Fleming', 55 bushels per acre off 50 acres, n. Anderson, -IS bushels per acre atul Johnson, 57 bushels per acre. TAXATION And the High Coat of Living will diminish to a quantity if you remember1 to buy Meats and Fish from Smith McKay of Delanys Ltd.) In the Public Market Tomorrow They will have supply of FKESHLY KILLED BEEF, MUTTON AND POKK Of the Flnot Quality Obtainable.. Alio a Special Delivery of FRESH COD, HALIBUT AND called for and delivered promptly, SMITH McKAY (Late employees of Oelanyp ,was 'still humbled on ten nnri could not gain its ambitions as ion: as the British Navy existed, Tho speaker also "heartily welcomed Mr. Lee on his return from the front and paid a tribute to the bravery oi young men like Lee -who had faced the possibility of death in their de- termination to do their part to help the Empire. cheered the boys when, they went to the front and Mr. Bu- chanan said .we should display appreciation of their courage and Glared in closing that Germany might patriotism they happened tore- boast of ts victories on land, but it 1 turn to the home city. Hello 767 For your Week-end Bargains For the benefit of (hose who were dis- appointed last week we lunp decided to gne free a pound tin of Fry's Cocoa with every, Five Dollar cash order (phono or counter.) lOOfts -BEST" 491fts FLOUR SOffis-, ROLLED OATS 7f 100 pounds for Sweet Clover Cooked Ham; per pound Sweet Clover Smoked Hams, per pound Bacon, sliced; Per pound By the piece or half Piece, per pound Cottage Rolled Ham Per pound Robin Hood Rolled Oati size packages or 2 for............... ci en 91 iQU OOji vvv OOft 20c i; large 45c Fry's Cocoa pound tin Fry's Cocoa tins Corn Flakes 3 to, Shredded Wheat Per isofegs Table Salt 3 pound size 5 for Sunlight Soap 11 bars for Fels Naptha Soap 2 bars for Fell Naptha Soap Per carton 75c .30c 1 On 1 dC 4 AM ICC Cfljft 9UC 4 Co IOC DOC Lowtit Price! .on Everythinj for Saturday and Monday WE DELIVER Tp ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Lethbridge Supply Co. CORNER 6th AVENUE AND 13th STREET NORTH glasi, has been developed wjnch gives the samp mtens.tv of toloc val- uer as davlight when with a gas '01 tungsten light. Rl D BO S E IE good ;