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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAuE TEts THE LETHBHIDGE WEEKLY JIKRALD APRIL 7r 1920 Arrives Off Port 01 Program of Enttrtaiameet SAX DIEGO, Ajiil trince ct arrived oS Point early today and the cruis- er Reaowri, carrytttf film to tta aa- tipcuec, lay to planned here tor tojtr and tomorrow The Prince and nissbora lection of the Incomo and profits tax. The southern bounds of the urea la the main lino of I Canadian National Hallway throne Wannar and Humboldt, to a li through Hudson nty Junction a- west thnrajh a line Moydninit north far as settlement goes. T present office staff hero will be created to about 20 members, I're lously the Prlnco Albert office w mder itcgiaa Jurisdiction, TEAMSTERS' STRIKE SETTLED OTTAWA, April Canadian settlement of .tho dispute itween the Vancouver Cartage Com- and their employees has beeu POLLINO IN ST. JAMES TODAY MONTREAL, Apill 7 polls for the St. Jaruo Divis- ion bje-e'.tctloui, which takes place vlll c'oie at 6 o'clock-and tae rtsnlti jrob- sbly Vlll be 'known about 8 o'okwk. Ferdinand Is Liberal and Al- phetus Mathleu 1s the Labor oaadMlte. GIVE ALL flUAl JEVfllE OTTAWA, April Shs of the board of .con- trol agalnct giving the franAlse to married women not now quallneci to vole, the city council last evening, led by Alderman A. R. Ford, foacht for the fair sei with such flre and fer- vor that all objections were swept away and the .council >vill notify the provincial government that It la strongly In favor: of provincial legis- lation designed to give the tote, cot only to married vomen, hut to all members of families over tlie ase of 21. of which tha head is a fully quali- fied voter. DIES AS RESULT OP TRAIN ACCIDENT ived 'at, according to advices re- elved by the labor department here. he settlement was brought about .rough the efforts cf Hcv. W. H. ance, of Vancouver, who was ap- .by .the Dominion government GUBLPH, April Freeman, the Winnipeg man who ha J both legs cut off yesterday by a Cans dUn Pacific Railway train, died last night from shock and loss of tluod. The man had been here only ft week cc two acd hzd a return ticket to Winnipeg In hli pociet. There Tflll bo an inqueit. IN CALOARY April Is fae- a butter ttat may eudure for thieo week's' at ISESI. Tho retell price of the hijhert grade butter la ASK REPEAL OF TAXBYIM DRUGGISTS ASK THAT SOME RESTRICTIONS IN OPIUM ACT BE REMOVED April in the bill to the Ojilutu and Drugs Act, iiew leforo the houas, the cubject.of reprosentMloas.made lo Hon. X. W. Howell, president of privy council, by a larxe deleaa- tlon of druggists today. The Jrus- EltU objected to provisions In the .bill whlcli prevent theoa from selling ia Edition- contalnlug sniaii quantities TV> and other narcot- its. unk-is a mciicsl preecrilrtlou has first uulaliied. clalracil that many household remedies, cough mii- iures and so forth..contained small Quantities .of narcotics which harmless in Ihclr effect, but esry, and they atied for such ameni- meut to the .bill as itermlt them to uso narcotics lu small quantities in mixtures of their own runt e, as tbec Make Proposals EDMONTON', April away the coat tax on coal or spend the money raised for the benefit of the trade, Is request that the north- era coal operators of Alberts are mak- ing'of the government. The operators. Including about 20 representatives of the Edmonton, Driimheller, ited Deer and Mountain Park Qelds. are holding a convention at tho Hotoi MacDouald today, and an Interview with Premier Stewart Is on tie program, for the af- ternoon when the repeal of tho coal tax will be asked. EFFERVESCENT aMJHE firlcvjuhi i-4 tir.ixti have'been Io_the habit o! doing. .Consideration of tho representations promised. WHOOPING COUGW and activt ky within Ihe tlmt ihtitl ixiulty of per ccnluai of amuunl of the lax payable, rrho filll (o tnnke 9 Itlutn ct protido tnFormA- lloc duly rcqutretl acconJIni 10 (he proHilon of the- IJlbFc on luirtinary comktlon ro ptniltr of IIM for Kich during ttefaull conllnueRi Also tin? amoti fii 007 relum cc Id inmmarr (onrktlon, to a penalty Bient or to bolt] fine and Imprftttittunt. General Instructions. Obtain Vorina frorn (he'Inspectors Assistant Inspectors of Taxation or from Postmasters. Read carefully all instructions on Form before filling it in. Prepay postage on letters and docu- ments forwarded by mail to Inspectors of Taxation; returns promptly and arqid penalties. INSPECTOR OF CALGARY, ALTA. R. W. RRttADNER, Commissioner of Taxation, I ;