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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TRADE HAMt Olive Oil Whenever your becomes run down, j whether through ludden climatic changes, over- work or excesses of any kind, you leave your- self open to contract any contagious disease. To build till this wakened condition there is nothing equal to Retail Olive Oil Emulsion. It 13 real nerve-food tonic ind quite different from tha so-called "tonics" which re-act on the system and either have no food value, or, if they have, arc too unpleasant to take. Reiill Olive Oil Emulsion li pleaiant to the hypo- phosphite! in it tone the tie Olive oil nouriihei both nerves tad blood. Thij preparation is guaranteed to be absolutely free from alcohol or dangerous or habit-forming dniji. Sold here eidum-dy by i'uo Scull S'.orc, K[ per tlio at 70X1 other Roi.II Store., the World's trcucit DrW U Ciaxli, tbUolMd Sum ud Great Brittln. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO, L1MITET. The l StOM U falti we will rctsn row Give Ladies a Vote and They Will Pay Poll Tax "Taxation without representation Is nothing, at the same time contributing tyranny and the Imposition of- a poll I us much toward the general -welfare of ic. i-nfor whn nn.vs no tax on women is equivalent to tyranny we are given absolutely no voice ia the affairs of the This li the opinion of not one, but of scores ot women in Che city. It was: -expressed in those words to the Herald by Mlas Butler, one of the ard- ent supporters of the "votes for wc- inen" causa in Lsthbridge. -MUs Butler thinks that the poll tax be imposed on voters only. They get something for their three the city as the voter, who pays no from the poll tax and a little who enjoys the priv- ilege of a vote. The ladies of tie city in general think that the poll tax Is" just a dodge that there are individuals in the city on the part of" the council to get monev that should rightly come from council, and that they should be giv- t... the 'ratepayers; Tha city has not col lected more than 60 per cent, of the pay If they bylaw says that taxes this Tear, and because thev are the employer Is-liable, and if a man r _.. I.....J ._____ i_i- il._ Mm bard up is no reason why they should tHE LETn DAILY HERALD BATTLE OF THE AISNE; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914 Rifleman David -Lloyd, of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, now lying wound- ed was cue ot the gallant hand who crossed the Alsne single ate over a plank bridge under terrific- fire, in order to drive the Germans from a ndge while the Engineers were building a pontoon bridge. "I don't want to pretend that I liked crossing that hridge with bullets as thick as hail all around, and shells bursting everywhere, but we got across somehow though a lot of chaps fell into the said Private Lloyd. who are just as hard up as the city en some consideration. Let the men has a job the city win separate Blunts or are supposed- to. Whereas impose a penalty on women. Miss from three dollars some way o, dollars for Butler thinks that it is just possible I another. And if the man hasn't a job with three-quarter belt, plaited pockets, shoulder straps and cuffs. Very full skirt with convert- WB All EXCLUSIVE AGENTS McKelvie The2M'S McGuire KWMXHAM W.06K, ALMBTA. bis wages cannot be cause, "there ain't none." Miss Butler further points out that the ladies would not feel Quite to peeved if they had a vote. It much a question of. three, :hough that item cuts some figure, it s the principle of paying for some- thing don't get, that riles them. 'Give us the vote, and we will s the sum and substance of their ar- ruroent. The ladies care nothing for the argu- ment that the provision for the collec- tion of a poll tax is contained in one of the city bylaw's. Just because It is n a bylaw doesn't make it right The principle is they claim, and should be set right. As a matter of fact, though, bylaw does give the right to annex your saving it you come'un- der the provisions.'! 'It "Every Inhabitant of the city of the age of 21, and upwards, who'.has resided In ;the said city for. a. period of two months or more, and whb7has not been assess- ed on the 'assessment' roll'of- the city, shall bay an annual !pffil tax of to be "collected at'any time'after tiie first day of ATI employer ia -liable for tlie poll tax of his employees, and the tax can he collected by garnlshee, if neglected or refused.' -Also the powers that be can collect -that-'if -Methu- iela moved to and ed to stay for two would have something HKa 000 to fork over, ]ust; because he didn't pay taxes in any .other form. So it appears that .the female of the species cannot be more deadly than the male, unless they peruse the char- ter and find out how many it takes to put tie recall Into operation, but, of course, they -wouldn't be so mean as ill that. (G. H.-Perrls in London Chrbniol-s) A British officer of'the-Bengal Lan- cers visited the German prisoners at Toulouse. Not to give offence, he put on his overcoat to cover .his uniform and carried his helmet under his arm. But inadvertently some of his uniform was visible, anrl a fierman sub-officer uttered an exclamation of surprise at seeing a British officer there. Asked .where he 5came .'from, the Captain; "From India." "Im- cried the Saxon, and when the officer showed tils epaulettes, he added, "but you are not .leading your colored was the answer. "We were told that Japan had de- clared war on India .to support, the revolution there. -We were "Yes." "So it is true; they are all "Yes." A> the British officer.left the build- ing he said to a you1 see his face when I told him the' 'truth? Poor opened hjB-mouth-like a letter-box." After Shopping. After any fatiguing trip in the chilly outdoors, a cup of COWAN'S COCOA is wonderfully refreshing and stimu- it wards off oi.e-poui.dtms THlTREnlYINE! Macleod, -Nov. yearly dis- tribution treaty money, ing made to the Indians on the Blood and Pcigan Reserves today.and to- morrow. Approximately will be paid to-the Bloods, while the -PelganS will receive about MilHW-v Following out tlie old tradition, a Mounted Police courier took the money, brand new SI.00 'bills, to tha -house., of Crop-Eared Wolf at the Upper Blood Reserve from which place the money will be paid out. Practically the whole of the money paid out to the. Bloods will be spent at once in.Haclood, .and a very largo proportion of the P.eigan money wjll come here as. usual. Eight thousand dollars distributed: among the met- chants of Macleod he heartily welcomed, and- all ''-rthe 'stores have obtained a special jigd attractive line Ot NEW COUNTY JUDGE-'- V: FOR OXFORD Ottawa, Nov. The formal appotntment'Of K.O.; .of Woodstock a? county "judge '.of vice. Judge Fiulcle, was made on His name has ap- parently been mentioned in connection with the position. BILL RENDERED Dutton: You more at- tention to your personal appearance, old chap. Remember, that the ojotliea make the man.' Da Broke: Yes; but for me tha man- refuses to' make any moro -Transcript. .They had .cut ojt a Ghinanian's queue. And -.were' painting :hls liead a 'brlghH '-As they it his. head: "Wlien I yiieue'Il rueur what yueue Opinion. DISMISSED IN DISGRACE BECAUSE GOT DRUNK London, Ont, Nov. J.-r-TTie anti- booze edict of officer fa'-belng rlgidlj enforced in connection wltti -west ern Ontario regimentJpf the.tecond contingent. Today..'five more- mem- ben of the tiatulion, fonnd guilty of Insobriety, were paraded before the regiment and'dismissed In VOTE CHANGE IN NAME OF SCENT Paris, Nov, thousand readers of ten Annalcs voted for a new name for eau de Colone. The vote resulted In MAIL THIS COUPON to Wilnolo RubbotCs.Llmilol.S HcCMI Cell.i. CAT'S PAW Sdtclo.inil Safety First" "CAT'S PAW" Heels will help to stand up straight for Canada. They are made in Canada by, a Canadian company, to make walking life more comfortable for all who wear them. They cost no your dealer. Walpole Rubber Co. Limited, Montreal Tell Your Shoeman to put Cat's Paw Rubber Heeb on your new and on your old ones. Then you will walk safely with a sure footed tread. Don't ask merely for'Rubber Insist on having "CAT'S 50e. attached CUSHION BOBBER MADE IN CANADA ;