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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWENTY TTTF ^F^^HnRmf;E HATTY HERALD SATURDAY, APBtteSvt^ W. A. BUCHANAN M.PJSKSA60yi FLOUR MILLS, FARM LABORANOINCOMEIAX ' (Spanlal to The RnraM) OTtAWA, April 8.-W. A. Buchanan, M. P. for Lethbridge, questioned the roTAmment recently on a number of important. questions: The que�-tlops and answers as given in haneard are as follows; Small Flour Mills Mr. Buchanan: 1. Is, the report correct that most f the small flour mills in the country are closed down on account of the market being limited to the local market? 2. Are the small mills suffering from the set price of flour, not belne able to compete agatnst the large toills? 3. Is there a tax imposed upon flour shipped to the Orient? If so, ^vhy? i. Is there any intention of removing this tas? j 5. Is the government aware that the Oriental market is about the only export market for flour arailable at the present? 6. If so, why is that market not nconraged ? Sir George Foster: 1. It is not correct to say that a greater number of small flour mills in the country are closed down than in normal times on account of the market being limited. Whether it is Sue to that or not it is difficult to ay. 3. The gorenusent ha� no information on which to base sn answer gen erally applicable. 3. No. 4. Answered by No. s. 8. The government is not aware that the Oriental market Is about the only export market for flour available at present. Its information would lead to a contrary opinion. C. Practically answered by 5, but in no way is the market In the East discouraged." Income and Business Profits Tax Collection Mr. Bttohsnan: At how m�my places In the different proTlnces, r6�pectively, are ofti-clals of the finance department located for the administration and' collection of the Income tas and tho business profits tax? Sir Hmxy I>rayton: Prince Kdwnrd Island-Charlotte-town, one. Nora Scotia-Halifax, Sydney, two. New Brunswick-3t. John, one. Qnabee-Montreal,'Quebec, two. Ontario-Ottawa, Kingston, Brock-ville, Belleville, Toronto, Hamilton, Brantfard, St Oafihnrlnes, Cayuga, London, WalkervUie, Port William, Stratford, thlrteon. Manitoba-Winnipeg, Brandon, two. Saakatchewan- Rfgin*, W�ybnm, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, TorMon, six. Al b�rt�-Calgary, Edmorton, two. Brit rr TOOK two yean to perfect the ooatin^on Honeymoon Gl^ocdlates. The appetizing and delicious flaron of the cend^ ftofurtfaM* to enrich the completed diooolate. Haneynuori. ChomlaUt For TJtoeeWho Car$   The Walter W.Sfcaw Compaiiy Limited MOOCB JAW, SmA. KOMOKWN, Alta. lah Columbia-Vancouver, Nelson, Vic torla, three. Yukon Territory-DaW' son, one. Steps, are being taken to open further offipes at Dauphin, Man.;' LetUbrldge, Alta., and Prince Rupert, B.C. Farm Labor for Spring Work Mr. Buchanan; 1. Is any rffort being made to ob tain farm labor to meet the needs tor spring >rork? i. W there a scarcity of such labor at the present time? Hon.iMr. Metj^en: 1. The Dominion Provincial, Employment Service is endeavoring to secure the necessarj' farm labor to meet the needs for spring work, and already more than 500 placements are being made on fermi weekly, - The Employment Service reports 504 unplaced applicants in the agricultural group on March 6, 1920, and 951 un� filled vacancies; 611 applicants for farm labor were reforrcid to vacancies during the week eliding March G, and 5S0 placements were made, of which 405 were made in the three prairie pfoTinces. A conference of representatives of the Dominion and Provincial Ehnploy-ment Services was held at Calgary, March S, 9 and 10, and the question of securing an adequate supply ,of farm labor was discussed. There was general agreement that It would be Impossible to indicate the farm labor requirements with any degree of accuracy for some weeks' time, as the farmers are waiting until the spring rs more advanced before registering their orders. In as far as possible, however, the situation Us being anticipated. Numbers of'men are nov>- being released by the lumbering companies in Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan and by the mining conipaj.\ies la the Crow's Nest Pass, and it was thought an effort should be made to divert them directly to employment on farms. Temporary employment offices have been accordingly opened In Manitoba and Saskatchewan for that purpose, and the opening of one � or two temporary officos in the Crow's Nest Pass Is under consideration. As soon as the workers are released from the mii^s and camps, efforts will be made to register them at the temporary offices and to send each man on reduced transportation to a farm Job. 2. There if every possibility that the demand lor farm labor will be satisfied. THE JURY THAT DECIDED THE FATE OF SEVEN WINNIPEG LABOR LEADERS Here are tho twelve men, who, since January 28, have been hearing tho evidence In the case of the seven Winnipeg labor iMdem charged with swiltious conspirav^y. TTieir names are: Standing. l�ft to right-H. Johnson, Lundar; T. Spence. Greenrldge; J. Jftoh, lUdgevllle; J. Kta-kpatrlck,-Hidfe-ville; A. Davidson, Sperling; C. Morrison, Hazelridge. Sitting, left to right-J. M. Henxierson, Hajsclrldge; A: H. Quick*, Bmeraon; Alex. Slaclalr, Tyn-dall; J. W. Stephens, Haaolrldige; O. C. Glennle, St. Marks, and D. Bruce, Stephenficld. ' ' room.s, bath (h. .ind c.):. every convenience.-Apply personally. R. E. Norfolk, 12 Eastdown Park, S. E., between the hours of 6 p.m. and 10 p. m., 5th Inst." The house was not to let, nor had the tenant any knowledge as to who Inserted the advertisement Seen this representative, Mrs. E. O. Rltson, wife of the occupier, said that 'people were calling all day, and in the afternoon, in desperation, she put a card v/lth the word "Let" on the door. At six o'clock of thi nu'^ue uf people protested against the bouse morning by an "Evening Standard" having been let before the stated hour. Mrs. Rltson explaineni that the hijiiso was let, had not beeti to let, and they had no intention of leaving; that)the whole tiling appeared to be the work of a practical Joker, The cro>vd ^which included sailors and soldiers, , Who said they fcouM not even secure lodgings, took the announcement In good part. Appli- cants continued to call until nearly "10 o'clock at night. Inquiries made at the newspaper ofllce showed that the advertlsemeht looked absolutely genuine, and was accompanied by a postal order. Robt. Mills, prominent Peterboro merchant, is dead. ' ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All wilHbut the "Bayer Cross' LEGISLATURE WILL SITONHOLIOAyST PUT BILLS THROUG Last Minute Rush Not Due To Any Desire of Government, Premier. Declares The name "Bayer" identifies the nly genuine Aspirin,-the Aspirin preecribed by physicians for over nine-.teen years and novi made in Canada. Always buy an unbroken package iof "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which contains proper directions for Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally. Tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Larger 'TJayer" packages. Tkt>r9 is only one Aspiria~"Bayer"-Toa must say "Bayar" AipiriB im tho trade mark (reglrtered tn Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-�eetlcac'.ae�t�r of SaMcylicacld. Whilo it la weU known that A�plri� means Bayer ciannfacture, to aaild the public asalnit Imltationa, the Tablet* of B�.ycr Company VlU be tampea with their i!;eD�ral trade mark, the "Bayer Croia." Take Your Time, Don't Hurry!  There is no need for so much rushing on baking days, hurrying to get your cakes in the! ioven-such exhausting exertion adds baking to the list of household drudgeries. jYou can take your time yet do more 'vvrith ��16-0 Bsddiij; Powder than with other brands because the leaven* ing action of Ekk-O only cKasea when your cakes are properly baked-No matter if you do have to wait Reveral hourt for your oven. And don't worry if your oven iota cool ofT. Bgg-O will leaven your baking witfa lets heat than moat other brands. And abov all, don't worry about fallen cekes, fallow the direction* on the label. You will uae less Baking Powder, and have better baking. Egg-0 Baking Powder Co. Limited HMDiit�D� CiBftda (Special to The Herald) EDMONTON, April 1.-Determlna-, tion to see railroad legislation through [ the house and get away from Edmon-' ton at the earliest possible moment is due to the members themselves, not the goTernment. it jyns^pleaily demonstrated'.Thursday afternp'on ! when the legislature agreeli 'ta a jnotion put! by Preinifer Charlel Stewart, to i'sit on ' Good-Friday, a legal'holiday. .  The premier said he was only putting the motion because he undorstood it was ttfe desire of a majority of the house, and the ensuing discussion showed this plainly. A. P. Swing,, (opposition). West J3d-mbntou, George lioarlley. (oppo.^iiflou) Okotok."?; Dr. T. H. Blow, (opposition) South Calgary), Captain G.L. Hudson, (opposition), Waiuwrlght, and J, Gr; Turgeon, (government), Rlbstone, were the only members who spoke against sitting on the holiday; while the members from the South especially urged the holiday sitting, saying they would not have time to go home over Friday, Saturday and Sunday anyway. However, the premier said that even with a sitting on Friday and also on Saturda}-, he doubted very much whether the house could clo.se up its busine.ss by Saturday night and that there -si^ould have to be sessions next week. Remarks on this subject also disclosed that a majority of the members desire to sll;; on Easter Monday, also a legal holidaf, if necessaiy. A HOUSING HOAX By the medium of a nugus advertisement in a local newspaper a rather ciMiel joke was played on the houseless section of. the community at Lewisham, says the, London Evening Standard. The advertisement which was published yesterday morning, read: "House to let; select quarter; 8 DR. ZWEIGART The German Attorney-General, who has been selected by the German Min-iator of .Tustice to investigate the entente charges agaJi^at war culprita. The RECIPES This booklet sent FREE has a hundred recipes for the finest dishes imaginable. You will find many of them quite new. Write for a copy." Fudge and Candies Carnation Milk makes candy with a delightftil creamy flavor. Puddings -custards too-have new richness when prepared with Carnation Milk. Try Carnation Tapioca Pudding- one of the 100 recipes. Gathered in the .heart of Ontario's dairy lands-sealed in clean, new containers arid delivere