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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY Thursday, June 12, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD d by the it Its eft PHONEl Etf.terlit. 1224 ESTABLISHED Hera'd PjblilMng Co-i i et Sixth Street, LethSridgt. Alberta. A. BUCHANAN Managing Dlrettcr T. W- i Mlilfllf PKONll >dvt rtliliif >f And.JcV '1252 1 TMT, I raonirs, (JtUv-rr DAILY, SUBSCRIPTION' 1 null S5t. I waali; by niiU ...v u cite a 03 but bctk i ISc." L THE DAILY HERALD FOP RtS Book J. G not-erisja 4 Co.; Jackson 4 Cai Ales- ftndra. Hotel; People's jtore; Kenar Alllo. Jk Co-: B. W. HunlltttL- PlRchfj- J Mitchell: D. U McCrta. Tat Bras, Drue Coicpany. Ftrpltf B. Heilctne M. Crinfc'orV, S. asd AlcMasoa. _ Dlaman'd r- Qtj Var.ccuVtr, B. tl A ttreit Co. HtTcrsliV Areaue. Alaa on all C.P.R. i' THE SVEEKLY HERALD Published TVedntsdaj- (c I'liiof of Poliro's rpqiiosl for llio urn of for lo Halifax for aUonilini; llic I'olico This sum only formed a small proiiorlion of the 'utc-nlal which Chief Davis ulTcmt lo hear. The is an Ilial il will rtl- nK'il by Ihc heads, of polioc in Iho cilifs of Us object is-lo diwuss-mallcrs wliioh would furnish us lo the bi-sl.iiu-uns of carVyiny out HIP legislation comuvlod Ihe lii-d. dyii.irtnu'nt. :is ollur mailers wliich would con- tribute lo wist administration. In'inakhig his tbe (Ihief was acUinlcd by the best motives-in thai liis presence at the cuim'nUon wouid be of niucb 16 him, in Ihe exeeutuui uf his duty. Con- sidering llie'ellicient services he remieivit in the ing.of Ihe local police- (iirce il swms hardly a H'aveful act to have given him a ix'fusal. 11 ;s Inie lluil thu prfsenl policy of Ihe cuuncil is btrietly an economical one, hut the fact that the purpose of the convention is for the bettering of police administration, through Ihe discus- sion of siiUgcsjions hrouiifit forward by men of varied experieuec. Snakes tbe'biiliuy of in eonipuiibun to the licuelit wliicb the derived. 'It would h'ave been gouil policy lo encourage allicinl, al Ihe small cost necessary, m takiny n piide in his duties and striving lo obtain every help to ensure liis mukhii! his deparl- mcnl as clUcienl as possible. There have been instances in winch officials in Ihe employ of the city conventions jil the public expense. It would have been advisahle, if Ihe civic nulhiiritics ilic! not eonnl- i'nance such expcmlitmc, that in Ihc first instance il should have notified its policy. This would have saved :my appearance of dis- crimination, and would liuve spared the feelings of any particular ofliciiii wliosc request, made on precedent, was turned down. SOMK STRIKING FIGURES AT THE PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY -13 TORONTO fi i.f '.-..M! I u I1.- 'd'ul paper of a ceiilraliztd-niarkcl, ..uing Cptjveqtioh held here, .1 journal .which largely i.js ..lung Cptjvei i. v if i I ty-'.i' ll jourat I p. -i I _ f (iresout therc-.is.Jqp.-.wide a i- i'.i rv ''iisumers art'd tlic-price ofl'cr- producers.fs one (jcuvialiy accepted. The fact that the local mirket beiqg.oftcn to.produccrs, has heen mimy'tirnes" proyedi In remedy the trouble such orgau- Sir Max Aikins is concerned over Ihe borrowing propensities of Alberla cities. This by .way of consolation (o Medicine Hal for hnndiny'oycr a valuable street railway franchise lo llie'coi- poratiqn magnate. WliLit Ihe average man cannot get through his iicad is why (he government shoidil c.xacl fifty-five millions iq taxation more tlian is necessary 'when tiines are so -AVho'-will furnish Ihe says which business'mcn and inghnnd to fi'ii: tions for promqling rflixed farming ami Ihe.iii is. r. farming products.. x PROVINCIAL SECURITIES THE 5IOXETARY .TIMES very, nglilly .iisks 'the question: "When the Canadian provincial securities he included in the' Brilish trustee A document-it writes, was recently issued.by the Imperial government, containing a copy of the treasury list of colonial slqcte.Jn.rcsp.eci flf provisipiis the Henri Bourassa says that Ihe Bordcn govornirient would be defeated'if il -went to (lie connlry now, why it is swallowing Jiie'rebuff .from Ihc Senate. place 'probably knows-whal he is lalk- Sierra ri i! KM and the Gomrhissioncrs '-Isj-Ji'' !iear before. With about lo ojicrate upon jump stems enormous. 11 might have been supposed that Mr. White would been greatly concerned as to how he co-jld lessen tlio taxation Strange lo sax, the liope of the politic- Ian" is that the (axes may be In- creased Oils year. Increase in taxation or revenue, an It la. called, is pointed to as a nmfc of prosperilv. Taxation however, is a is no oth- er name (or it. When (ho burden is Increased 13 or J4 per head In a single year, one vioultJ suppose that Ihc Min- ister responsible for imposing the bur- den would be exercised. Mr. White ias shown no sign of being slarmed [I is openly nssertcd lhat he is in the cabinet lo represent specially those Interests that favor heavy taxation, not primarily hciauae enjoy see- ing Ihe people, taxed, but liecnuso tho he.ny naie a tendency lo force consumers lo buy In a place The-principle is entirely oppoicd lo what IB now acknowledged to be the highest freedom in tbe world, n free- dom glio.i to Ihc aubjecls of u Mofherlann. or ralher a freedom won the Urllish people tind for Mlilc they stand today, practically shouldc to shoulder. Mr, While gels Into teal conlac Becauie I'm not superstitious no; not a' whit. For such stuff, flclltlous, Maxims of an Experienced HouiowUt Xever let your husband the idea lhat the money, he hands you for lousebold expenses is an "allowance." It Is important lo make right (tirt In married life. A wife ihould not make tbe mistake of aiBumlng that ft Is her business to look thi fur- nace. It Is well to -wash the chtlflren'i faces when they need It, but If youngsters aro boys It Is idle to in- dulge the hope that you na kecj them clean. As between boyj and glrli there isn't much dirferenca In the expensa of raising .Ihem. A girl's finery mnv cost more, but a boy cats raoro food. A kitchen girl who is over torly us- ually gives much trouble who IB under thirty. For Health's Sake DRINK WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS the spirit lhat not only gratificj ihs palate, bul satisfies ihc calls of nalurc. In no medicines compounded for organic disorders, afc there tlic same stimulating influences and tonic virtues as arc to be found in Wolfe's Schnapps, a diililled spirit which possesses natural elhers ol supreme worth where the organs of ihc body demand a tonic corrective. Il clean and clcanrci ihc liver and kidncyi of jmpuritiu, promoles heallhy and vigoroui aclion and pfovitki nature wiih a reserve o< vitality. 'And all in the form o( a refrcshins arid plcaiing drinle. Good for toih sexes at all lim-j and in all climci. Obtainable at all Holds and Retail Slora, etc. _ Hudson s Bay Co. v ;