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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, February 18y 1913. ' lEOMUNO WALKER CURRENCY iFORMCOMME o- system of regional banking otganiia- Canadian Financier Recom-itions to strengthen the individual mends Improvements in the American Banking System banks, but said that he "was not in fttvor ot the Aldrich plan without qualifications."; In these regional divisions, he soid, the banks should be allowed to issue _ asset currency in bank notes lirm ;, , . , ^ which wowld-appear ae it was needed ...Washington, Feb. 17.-Sir Edmund tijsnppcat'when the need for it Walker, the Canadian banking au- had passed. The national bank noto thority, before the. currency reform system, he said, should be continued committee of the house declared the ""^.P"^!?**"^^" ,^ , ^ I ,,,,, ^. � , . The witness thought that in addi- ^efects of tl* bmted States banking maMitaining the national, system were a lack of flexijlo cur- banking system, the "individual bank- renoy, a fixed reserve which disap- in^ system", should be aided by the pointed iieederi, cash in times of government. ,He recommended that � ; , stress, and absence of a re-discount .perrnissiOn* .be granted to private HrPCPnf AcTrPPTYIPTlh bank. bankers to'establish largo banks in A iV^�5vllL X^gH-^lllV^/lll 'Sir Edward declared that banks of the latgft.cities of the coiintrv with j tlie United States had not grown in branches in, {bfeign countries. He' cdation to the great industries of the sairt that bad banking could not he country !and that they were now "be-, preVenied by a government guarantee hmd the timis." Hij recommended a of deposits. " Tea abounds in stimuiatirij9 goodness. A most wholesome and pleasing beverage. IN LEAD PACKETS ONLY. Black, Green and Mixed. 070 The Days of Cheap Loans Are Over ..London, Feb. 17.-"The action of the leading Canadian banks and oth-lers doing business for Canada in cur-taiUag accommodation and lorctng big bchrrovr�rs into the market has tin- consider / them. He desires rather to leaVp the of J^ct that a war between ^^^^^^^^^ , Sheffl^l^ preaching in ^StTailes the Railway Commission, he suggest- cf Germany ^,'^'1-:^^^^''"l J"!? afternoon, at three o'clock, arrived in BresbWianJcfcrch last Sunday., *he ed that a similar comniission-appomt- Aerve'would be thg deepei oeglrad. Ottawa at noon with his lawyer, Mr.! p^j^t 'f,p-Ai.sahis, not so mufch the ed by the government and removed Harvey, and la .apparently In readl-1 pjg^gW^^g in'a,o pontics -vvouid he ahie Lu nes? to comply with the order of the' nomination hp,*", the .fact that he get an idea of the true workmg and house.; Mr.' Miller would not say ! preaoh^fin-- aiwther � AnElicai .,:whether or not he would^ answer the .questions which will be put-to him by I the Speaker, but rather intimated that he "would smoke a cigar or two" be- ; - fore,?the incident closed^ If ' hedoes i: retusethe house is'empowered to lock I hiinjirq> in the towoi., la searching ttlj; precedents today the aergeant-at-,;;U|n8 finds.that there are certain fees icontlng to him in suoh a case. The i'^ueatlon of .feeding the prisoner is aliM^jbeisg- serioualr discussed around �-.> th� ;fa'ou8e> this'morning, and' thevpro-rceedlngs of;thla .afternoon are being iiawBttfld with: greatest intereat and 'amn'sement. preaoi^i'in-l^the'r An^Ucan parish living conditions in the camps, and vs^Lthout tlie permission of the Lord would be aole to hapdle disputes be-fliBhopT*^,.* ' �� I tween the operators and men witft- the coriipiaibt against Dr. Svmonds out red tape and from the standpoint wiVjaitfbeirore the Synod yesterday of common sense. water .does ai.Bpottge .r^neutrallzes^� ahd. dissolves i; �yery Jpa^tiele, ol\ uric. aclUi and .;aiid-muBcles^to'Boratch' anitl^'lrrl-; tate, ii^d .cause - rheumatieims. '-ItJ es, -l^d-. hpftla. the- � dellc^^g ^j;QTl^q.,lila&dpr,and'leW^# ....., ---- isldheya.ln. p.,jo?ean," strong A vthe-purefhaBe ajrloe of thy5o6ndltipn,t"'ao"�tjyiy' ca'n?' .'phpuW.' fall In a.,Blngle you filter the blood and keep well. , Jf you suffer with backache- have palns'ln the neck and sides -nervous or'dizzy spells, a few doses of Croxons win relieve the congestion and you will be surprised .how quickly all kidney, bladder, and rljeumatlc troubles will'disappear, Croxone is dlfterent from all other rWiBdles, It is not like anything' elseioh earth ever used for the purpose: It starts to work'f''fji�J�v:j^* centlv appointed in British ColumJAa, dcclarinir t'- t commissions, cannot be raised above the level of party politics, and therefore they could expect nothing but a report from any such commission which would ho favorable to the moneyed interests. It was then that President Stubbs was asked if a general: strjke in District No. 18 would help t6 bring about a better agreement, and his answer was "No.". He ^as still talking ot the futility ot a strike when the convention adjourned for luncli. Yesterday's Segsion The afternoon session of the Miners* Convention opened 'with the reading of Prosld'ent Clem Stubbs' repcrt, in which reference was ^made and dissatisfaction expressed with regard to the policy of making appointments ot chairmen in aettling mattErE. in dispute that has been followed-; by the Minister of Labor. It was pointed out that it works considerable hardship upon the miners, and Is of no particular service to anyone' else. In spite of protestations made against the appolntm-ent of men who have no knowledge of mining' conditions, ^the MinifteT has continued to -appoint men from the legal profession''who view matters of dispute rather frpm the point of legal language than the viewpoint ot equity. - , The Industrial ;Di8.puteB Investlga' tion Act, the Goal-Mines Regulation Act, Protection of Wages, Old; Age Pbnsiotig nnd> .Comp$,;|^atlou^ Claims w'�ro" aftd '.r�tsiTed"''t6.'' Tho report of Vice-President JrO. be rescinded for the present,and the Don't spenJd another Night Coughing Mathieu's Syrup of fax/ and Cod Liver Oil taken ail bedtime will chase the cough; and giveyou and those aroutld ; you a good night's rest. . Taken regularly it so'on, dispels even the most clinging cough as' its valuable; tonic properties strengthen: the blood which will then,; quickly restore (he mucuous tissues to tlieir: original health. Be sure you get'Hathien's ^ Symp of Tar an^.Cod Liver Oil, the most popular cough: cure in Canada. Sold everywhere. 35c large bottles. . : J. 1_ MATBIEU CO., Prop, Sherbroolio, P.Q. >,,: /fvxtirfoll (e/��r(ji, lekt KathUlit ' Nereint J'mnUrt in. foi^lunctlon loUh '�)* ' MalliUuMevrur. m/rrrrtrUlUiHjtiKlM, . the.jHitnstn htO'la'AitiimbllPiU titMyjKar^'. XebMOSPowUrif. � � 3-5-i3 Salaries were up for discueslon by the- City Gouncll yesterday, but some-Oi-uthsr tho CjUsstlou.of pdylug Mayor 'Hardic a, salary was studiously avoided. For fifteen minutes the al-,d.crmen diacusE'Sd .thc proposal to ralsa the salaries of the various staff members. Mayor Hardle entered Into the discussion, but even he did,-not drop': ar hint- -that .his - salary cheque had. hot yet made- its appearance. It wap rumored around towU: yesterday, that. the reason M.ayor Hardle jva,s not getting a salary was ithat his oath of office precluded that possibility. This is I not the case.. The oath does not stipulate that he shall-not receive remuneration 'for his services, 'but merely requires that he shall In no way b'e a party 'to an- agreement whereby he shall profit illegally from his position by accepiting anything "on the side" from contractors or others worlclng for the -city. The only way to ovoi'coiue the difficulty In the way of the council voting the Mayor a salary is to amend the old charter at the present session of the legislature. The session Is speeding on its merry way. The City Solicitor is In Edmonton arranging for the bill for the new charter. But ho has no instructions to include a clause in the old charter making it possible to vote an honorarium for his Worship. A special meeting of the council will bo held on Friday evening when the salary matter will come up. Owing to; the innate delicacy of Mayor | .^j.,, Hardie, it will be up to one of the al-1 ji^intaj^^ ^,,bi If the byla'w setting forth'new sup-erassessment limits; as' given the first, and second readings at th^. couiic'lt meeting yesterday. Is adopted, the, super-assesment area in tie city w.lil be almost doubled this year. . The new area provides all that land south, of the track, east of the Belly river, as far south as Tenth avenue. Sout)i, and as far east as Fifteenth streat South shall be Included, with,the exception, ot some subdivided acreage in Duff Addition not fronted by local Im, Pi't/Vcijieuts. Victoria Pa;rk property is all included In the new area, as is also ithe atrip of lots on. both sides of Seventh avenue South as far east as Henderson Park;' In North: Leth-bridge, the district is also increased-and now comprises all the property,: with certain reserva'fJons, between the track and Sixth avenue North, from Twelfth street North, as far east a-s Twenty-first street North. Most ctf the reservations are made in the north east section of Nortih Lethbrldge. In doubling the super-assessment area, it is the intention of the council's assessment committee, Ald'ermen Skeith and Alrd to^ cut out the super-assessment from 50 per cent, to 25 per cent. This is made necessary by the further sitep taken toward single tax at a- special meeting of tho council a few weekn ago. NCAREM Affl OF OFFICE ; 'Pa.rl^,' Feb.'il�.-rTihe; ifaauguratlonof Raymond Polncare, as ;PteisIdent "of the Fi-ench Republic, for a term of seven years, took place t.oday with very simple ceremonies'. There, .was a great display of .popula,F.enthusiasm' as the new- chief; exeoutive^.proceeded. to '. � -'-For particulars apply tor-- C. ClPagnuelo dchi �'� � : PHONE 643 i-.-V-'::' Some of , tho most -iTniportaiit arriendments to the new Goaii Mines Act which conies before the Alberta. I^egislature, at, thisi'-ses^ion:'will come froih the'U. M.:,W'.-ot .K. as a result of A careful study pi the act ,at the convention. ho'vy'4ii-:''sessibns|l'resW Stiibb's - told .the -Herald ' -ilji'S -attpr-will come uo Owlne :act; jVV'ould, be carefully - impossible tc amend the charter this ,utu 'W/V.'B'.r'.E^W^^-'.-fotirt.fely^pttesi- dent # ;t1ie,^:y.'�^,;^qi^^ are sti,l:l.';:|^;p^e.|(!f^ii|^^^ winter as necessary, and what will happen, in such a case can only be im .aglncd.. ODDFELLOWS GRAND LODGE Calgary, Feb. 17.-The Eighth Annual lodge session of the Oddfellows of Alberta, the third annual of the Re-bekahs'assembly and the first annual BesBion" of the Grand Encampment convened in Calgary this morning, with "a 'large attendance of delegates from every seot'on of the province. In each of the session? today, was glv^ oyer to orgtinliiatlon, and the evenl'ni'^. devoted to a social time. ;hero not vtorking t,'WJll be etote the meet withi tti? idea& o miners,''and if'',possi;ble "^1 remedied'.';while.>,'thc f,aot-.'jli: hous?. : ' y .Xti - ,,T- BRIBE8Y'CHARGE' DISIVIISSED Charleiito'4, W. Vn., Feb. 18;-Chnrg-' OB agaln8,t.iVYllllaijl,'Seymour'l!^^ one of,;t|ie''Republican candidates lor United "states seusttor, that !io tried to buy, tho'vote'of a aomber of'the leglslaturei'Vere v'dtsmlseod 'today I by Juatloe'm. 0!Ichrlat',;bstore 'whom the warrant wa^, B'\vorn' out. " 'r^^^ll WOMAN sicir FOB YEARS 1 Wants Other WomiBii to Know How She, wa? \FinaIIy Restored td HeWth. -'^^ I ,Hammond, Ont.:- "I -am. passing ; through the Ghange'Of.LjffckiidWr two !yoafs had hot flu8he^.*ery�'bi4 Jiead-iachesj. soreness in the back of head; was constipated, and,.had w^ajtj'in^rvpyB feelings.' -TI>e doctor who, attended' ine for anumborof^earsdidyndt help roe, but , I have, been entirfiljr * Relieved; of the above symptoms by"fjyditt^Bl-.Pitikhain'8 Vegetable CompouncJ, Bloodi-Eurlfier and Liver. PilU, and gi.yp/ypu spernjisflion to publish my testimol^ial.J'rr'Mrs.'Louis Bbauca'ge, Sr., Hflmmond,p,pt.,6atiada. ''�'^Ncw. Brunswick, Capai^Kj--:-''I'l'; c-> n,, Kligiiiiyitrecoi^end; Lydia|ii^,Pinklii'aih's V^eiabteCon^oiind &''py-'9uftering yoi , man: '('if haveJt^ken l'5fe.'-|6r^^[ii]L|e-^eiO�''�' neiff'f&^^ip^ ijra fu 1' mi;ns6'u,ptipn^^ii�idcit^: (5ur%l nie.S rr iiixa. :.� _______, H�rvey::;Banlc;' New.; Brunswick, Canada.; / ' ' . 'Ly'dia 'E, Finkhatji'? "Vegetable Comr pdiuJ^, mjide from native roo6i an^ fiethe, , cfiiitafti^ ''ho; narcqtlior bavmiul 'difqgB.; ap($1�-^s(y hftlds thlS^record of Jbeing the: ra'dliwccessful �' remedy .foMemaJe.illi we^know-of, and thouBands'o'f'voTu'tffeiry  teB�|Mifils-on^fl]^Jjtathg>tefinrt^ ora'!; EVeyy.'sufffring ^vonifin ,bvtea it,to iWa^elf to ^v^qL.ydi^E;t.P(nl^hBm''B':' :VegetaBfe;C6mpci^tia'aHrig::^^'^:i ;