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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Wednesday, June .THE LETHB1UDOE DAFLY Just a Sun Bath Increased Estimates and De- creased Assessment Jumps the Rate of Taxes Tax rate ..2S4 mills increased rate ar.d decreased Iaoiatton hospital Is tbe result of Ihe mea- Health' u.ipr, of Hie city council jesterday. The ibore assessment was confirmed, but the fax rate has uoi been definitely struck but il mil be about 29 mills. These 1'alf lop.tr, .ir any tluage is made. Kingston, Dot 10. Mrs George long time resident of llpjiirfw, flicii List She was a Bister 10 Shciifi Murns ot Pembroke- She hjtl the unique distinction be- ir.g the fiist in Ontario to exercise the Traiuliur, for Kingston and Pembroke. Railway bonus faylau More than textile workers em- ploj ed In throughout I'tmnR} I- vanla have been organized recently, and succeeded In getting union con- More Please! CHILDREN can't too much. Force." When ttiey want more, give it to them. It's easy for them to digest because much of. the starch is already turned into dextrose. We cook the finest Canadian whole wheat' with barley malt for 120 minutes; and then flake and bake it to a turn. That makes' "Force" as easy to digest as' it is' good to taste. just try FORCE for a jveek this week Made by TheH-0 COMPANY HAMILTON maws ihey Increased by the (Rnan'ceV WILL LOYAILY CELEBRATE DO- MINION OF BUSY N EW TOWN pllfd uji tor the past araounllng to {79.000. Vulcan, Jutie A. Spoener and Hob led ou a trip to Ontario Sat- urday, June 7. Miss McS'bail of Xanum the guest of Walker Jasi week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ketnes left last to bu present at the Assembly being held iu Toronto at the present time. e, Mre Spooncr of'okotoka has been the guest of her son. A. Spooner. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. It. Parsiow, a daughter, on June 3. Horn, lo Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sbaw, a daughter, on Junn 7. Ladies' Aid mu at the home of Mrs. W.-F. Jenmjohn on Thursday, June 5, to "make arrangements for serving a lea on July 1. Vulcasi baseball team went to Black- ie on.Thursday last. Tbe game was closelj contested. UIQ score standing 12 lo it Cor Vulcau at the close'of the IS. Ji. Clark has severed his con- nection with the G. Ij. Job'anson but- chcr business, and It is understood will open up a business of big own, in the near future. O. Ij Johansuu commenced the construction of a new building for a butcher store anl cold storage, Ths Athletic Association are spar- ing expense in pre- paring for'the' celebration Vulcan's history on July 1. The rr.ond is .considered one of the best m this, part of. tbo country and the' race track is'being Th were flnalK reductions Auto expense Hoard ot Trade lemoning snow Lejalr crossings, etc.. Ruildiog Inspection Instead of the current cstl- council, the total mirease amounting to S-J. This was irade in orcer lo deficits for the jear. S-5.000 variuus mclclltes BnJ for the purpose. If added JI.C23.50 to tbe he deQdt Is less, ike Utam-e be applied on the deficits which fojr jears, ture for the year, although part of tbe current revenue it Gifecled >ill be avallablo to Ihe tMrtta on qurrect account, of other Will ChftCk Them Clcssly During the meeting (he de- clared that an account woild Ite open- Ceneral Total 131 mills 7.1 mills 7.1 mills ?S.C mills Last Year The final rate, which win fcjvo to be by. motion In council mav this somewhat. Last >ear assessment the able for, all purposes, and the rates were: Debenture Tola! The Prurilng Hook Several of general estimate. ftems as they applied in yestcrd a iLiybt; were Herald Tiere by the committee the mcetins adjourned. tf J Tbe 1 1.8'. Padding Against these tral Items which it ere Kroni nance) l.abor Da> grant Police The various increaees 200 J decreases ed against every item and as eoon as any department all the money appropriated to their use Tor !bc year tbelr- acco-jut utn 101- medlately be shut" off. In waj it Is.boped lo curtail the ovtr wpendi- ture which has trtaied de- ficits in other years. Why the Delay Delay in the printing of ihe bonds sold some time ago by tl.e niy to Wood, Gundy Co Is causing iho clly council some concern The Bank of Montreal hfts ivriuen tfcat tile jirint- ing concern is Elow in prlr.ling the Issues, and in the meantime the hank !s loathe to advance the iltj's credit until the bonds are printed and In tho hands of tbe city treasurer. The printing company also, It is ucder- stoud. Is nrlntlng only of the S4C7.000 that amount only hav- ing been actually sold to Wcod. Gundy t Co. The latter coppany has an option on tbe remainder. As the 1H percents or iilS.CC-O worth of the big Issue is. not made payable at New' York. Secretary Rob- inson- suggested, that Ihu hilaw be amended before the bonds print- ed, so that they might lie payable In New York. This, it Is thought, -noula probably make the boiuls more sale- able In'case the Wood Onr.dy Co. fail- ed to take up Etc option. The major instructed to take wbatovej steps he deeijis to hurry tbe arrival of the from the sale of the ar.d tbe arriial mills also of tho printed bonds for the re- mainder of the issue. On motion of Aid. AtrJ and William- son, the secretary was Instructed' to 22.00 millg hare a bilavr prepared amending the money bjlaus so that all debentures may be made pa) able at New York, These bylaws passed Reason why llie Department of Agriculture Does not 'En- .deavor to Check White Plague "These men sec a commercial value in a horse, or a cow or sheep or pig, hut ihfy do not seem to realize Ibo commercial value In ruan, and there- fore do not spend so much lime, nor ire Ibey willing lo spend so much money in saving fer.msn life, as they do in propagating gcod breeds of ar.- imalp." Such was iho rallier plartlinff charge made by DeVfbcr. medical health officer, last tilebt at (he Board of Jleallli meeting when the' problem of prevention of tuberculosis was "up for discussion, and the atll- lude of officials explained.- Tne while Dlague question was pro- jected into the monthly mcellDs of the board by.tho receipt of a letter from the lied Deer council asking the city'to'c'o-oporate Tilth other cities In order to" stamp out any spread of dis- ease in this province. Tbe.folloftlnc resolution was passed by !he Hed beer city council and has been for- warded .to the various .Boards of Health throughout the province: "Whereas, under Ihe present Health Act no. provision Is made for the re- slrfctlon of tubercular patients or for tbe preionlio'n of the spread of tuber- i-ulo'sls. ftnd.rralUinE.lno urgent need for action matter, we suggest (o (he local Hoards of Heallh through, out the province that Ibey communl' cate wlih provincial bqard. ellher co-Jolnlly or. sfmulfntjcini'ly. asking them lo laVc tbe question up with (be provincial government, ttrglng on them Ibe nccesMly of restrictive leg- islation that will help t.o prevent spread of the scourge n-hlch haa de- veloped ED largely In the province io Ihe past lev, jears." It iia's nhlle discussing tho resolu- tion that the Senator made big state- ment, in nhlch he referred particu- larly to the Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Martin Durrell. He, as chair- man at the health Senate, and also as a member of the council of the Canadian Society for tbe Preicntlon ot Consumption, 'had endeavored for years to get the gov- ernment to up a movement for the prevention of such dread diseases. But all health matters in Ihe Domin- ion government ave under the Juris.' diction of the; Department of Agricul- ture; and (he officials of tbe depart- mcnt apathy when the roatler IE broached to tbem He did not cen- sure Hoa. Mr. Durrell particularly; Ffon. Mr Minister of Agricul- ture in tl.e l.aurier cabinet, tad dis- played the same apathy. l-ist year the government had' set aside the purpose of estab. Hshing a laboratory and thn scrums for such dis- ease's as diphtheria, but to far noth- ing had heen done. II was his opinion that a separate health branch should be CElaMlshed, under the jurisdiction of Ihe departments. Then some- thins 'nould be done. As for fighting the of tuber- culojls. Ihe Senator didf not think much couM he done until u-as lakcn up, bf the government and- made a Domlnton-nHe movement. Peopls are so averse lo acknowledging the dis- ease that concerted effort.Ij almost Impossible. However he thought It would be proper to tnAone Ihe action of-the lied D4er council, arid get a movement started In Alberla wnhli rrculd spread. Many coninmW e> come annually to' nd :bfy should nc properly, taken caro 'fha CFOlullon was unanimously sdopU'l, ,The Heallh Hoard Is consider; Ing a proposal ,to force, -tc; regular Inspecllun for o! all dxiiy What costs less than WRIGLEYSi SPEARMINT Nothing! That's the next step less. This long-lasting morsel costs less than a cent a stick if you buy it by the box. Its pleasure and benefit is making it a national pastime. .Bright teeth, keen appetites, improved digestions, are increasing. Smokers bless its breath- purifying qualities. BUY IT BY THE BOX It costs any stays fresh until used, Look for the spear; Avoid imitations Made in Canada Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., lid. 7 Scott Street Toronto, Ontario 15 cows from which the cMy ;u iply. The of agrizul- -..e has been 'wriitei, and bns protn- ised to suppiy the Ferum for tbe pur- pose, but ask that tbe hoard Fee that the inspections are. made regularly. The board Mil investigate further to see if it would be wise to force in- spection by means of a bylaw. This would mean that (he dairymen would be required to pay the inspection wMeh would probably amount lo about 41.50 pach animal a jear. Routine business occupied the re- mainder of the evening. FOUND. ARCHIBALD'S REVOLVER Vancouver, June search by the city poHce since tbe murder of Constable Archibald has laid bare at last the rcrolver of the murdered officer. Tho gun was found concealed among hushes on (he lot where the unfortunate man's body was found. H is surmised by the po- lice tbal there was first of all a strug- gle, and that tbe murderers bid the apon after the crime. THE BUTTER THAT'S ALWAYS GOOD Churiiod fresh ery day. When it'comcs from the churn ptiro and delfcfous, It Is always caroful fn tbo same Lethbridge Creamery BUTTER Made from1 pure pasteurized creanO If you cannot get It from your Phone 584 MEW IN WASHINGTON STATE BECOMES OPERA- TIVE ON JUNE 13 Spokane, hun. dreci .mothers in Spokane county have already signified their intention ol appljing for pensions when the Wash- ington mothers' pension law becomes or-eratlio on June 13. County Superln'endent of Charities C, F. Redding be'ievea not more than half the applicants will qualify, but the other half will recehe such fin- ancial aid as will enable them lo sup- port Iheir children The following conditions must be sho'wn to exist before the mother IB entitled to the allowance: The husband, must either be dead, in an dsyl_um or penal Institution, to-1 lally disabled, or living In a slate of I abandonment from his wife. The mother be destitute. She must he fit morally, mentally and phy- sically to have the custody of the child or children. She must have been a resident of tbe county for 'at least one year. v The children must be under the age. of fifteen jears and must be lUinp v.-lth the mother. A mavftmim allowar.co of J1500 a month for the first 'child within the legal age of fifteen years Is provided by this statute. For each additional child the (allowance' Is optional with tbe court before whom hearings on application are held. BROKE BIRDMAN RECORD Berlin, June 0. Brinde- fone Dcsrcoullnals, tbo French air- mln, made a remarkable flight morning from Villa Coublay to Johannlslhal aerodrome, doing the Inr.co ot fi7-i miles ,in 7 hours aad i minutes, or a mite In 37 t-5 seconds. Science in ITALY'S KINO PAYING CALLS. .Rome, June Victor Km- accompanied by .Minister of Foreign Affairs San Ouillano, is going to Stockholm to 'return the recen! rlfit of Ibe Swedish After hi." visit-lo Stockholm Ihe Italian kins will go to the guest o! the Kaiser during tbe yacht races, SEAL BRAND COFFEE long CHASE SANBORW ;