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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917 THE LETHBRTDGE WEEKLY HErtALH PAGE ELKVtfll QUt PARDEE'S PROPOSAL FOR HIGHER INCOME TAX THROWN OUT Ruled Out of Order - Govt.'s Tax Hir Given Third Reading in House Canadian homes have for over eleven years been steadily using Insist on the red, white and green package. It ia the original. tOASTCD CORN FLAKES MADE IN CANADA* The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co., Limited. Head Office and Factory: London, Ont A; P. P. Calgary, Aug. 17.-Superintendent A. E. C. McDonell, of the provincial police. lutB returned from a; trip through Southern Alberta, having motored through the Lethbridge and Maclcod districts, visiting police posts, taking stock of the coal situation, and the condition of the country generally. He reports everything, from a police point of view, ns eminently satisfactory, quite a few changes having The St. Lawrence Route Canadian Service to and from Scot land. When sending for relatives or friends book them ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE Full information from any R.R. or S.S. Agent, or H. E. LIDHAN, Gen eral Agent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man., Phone M. 5312. 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phone Sey. 3199 necessarily been in ado In the personnel of the force, experienced men taking the plncc of some of the green hands who wore taken on at first. Major McDonell states that it is the intention of the police commission, on his recommendation, to create about half a dozen sub-districts, under thoroughly competent non-com-mlssloned officers, to relieve the inspectors in charge of divisions, and that a new division will, in the near future be sent into the north country, which is now filling up very fast. Men are at present stationed at Forts Vermilion, Chlpewayan, and McMurray, who havp no trouble in enforcing the law, but on the completion of the Edmonton, Durtvegnn & 13. C. railway with its branches into Grand Prairie and '.the Water Hole country, a mucll 'larger force will necessarily be required,-Situation Satisfactory Major McDonell found the situation at the various mines at Lethbrldge, Bellevuo and other points In the Crow'B Neat Pass quite'.satisfactory, the men who are' principally Austrlans and other foreigners, working steadily and the output about noi mal. Superintendent J. Stearn.1, of the. Royal Northwest Mounted Police, has gone Into camp at Watertori Lakes with CO men for training purposes. Ottawa, Aug. 17.-The third reading was given to Sir Thomas White's income tax bill on the eve of the adjournment of the house tonight. When the third reading was moved at. the \ afternoon session, Fred Pardee, chief I Liberal whip, presented an amendment calling for a decided increase in the scale of income taxation on all alaries in excess of $0,000 per annum. The proposal was vigorously debated until ti o'clock. When the otiso resumed after the dinner hour, the amendment was ruled out of order by Mr. Spoaker Rhodes, who quoted the rule which does not permit an amendment being moved proposing the levying of a tax upon the peoplo by anyone but. a minister with the approval of the crown. With the amendment disposed of, the debate continued on the main motion, opposition members declaring that insofar as the rich are eon-corned, the taxation proposed was not such as to call for any real measure of sacrifice. During the afternoon further consideration was given in committee to tho Canadian Northern railway bill, but no headway was made. Sir Thomas White gave notice, of a number of amendments which will come under review when the house resumes the debate on the bill. One amendment provides that not more than $25,000,000 may be spent to meet obligations arising out of the proposed agreement of the Canadian Northern railway without a vote from parliament. Another amendment strikes out clause four, which provides for paying1 Mackenzie and Mann In securities as well as in cash. Tho now amendment provides for cash payments. Good Pi le Crusts Crisp, ligkt, flaky...... that's the kind of 1 crusts that 'Sweet Clover- Brand PURE LARD �will help you to produce. TKe ideal lard for all pastries. Loot for rk wkn o,Jw- | ing from your D#tUr   Gordon Ironside �fc Fares Co. Ltd. Winnipeg Moot* Jaw aferton The Beauty Spot of the Lethbridge District THE CABINS AND TENTS HARRY C. LEE PROP. , Well Furntailed Cabins and Tents, Day, Week or Month. Boats for Hire, Also Unfurnished Tents U�t Proviilonc, Bread, Fishing Tackle, etc., at our Store. AUTO IN CONNECTION MEETS CAROSTON TRAINS BY APPOINTMENT. Write H. C. LEE CAROSTON OR WATERTON LAKES MILADI Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kennedy and daughter, Dorothy, left todav for Elko, D.C.    The Art Needlework club will moot with Mrs. Livingstone on Monday afternoon. * * * Mrs. L. P. Dossc, Miss Erma and Master Hobble returned today from a trip to Banff., DO YOU BELIEVE IN FIGURES? Miss Lillian Motherwell and Miss A. Stamp, of Punnichy, Sask., are the guests of Mrs. K. S. Winter, 1001 3rd Ave. S. * * t Miss Jean English who has been the guest of her sister. Mrs. Walter Van Horn, llth street south, returned last night to her home in Estevan, Sask.  * * i LAYNG-CLAYTON The marriage took place at St. Cyprian's church on Tuesday evening at 8.30 of Miss Bertha Clayton and Mr. George Helier Layng, Hev. Canon McMillan officiating. The bride's sister and brother-in-law from Moose Jaw were present at the ceremony which was witnessed by the intimate friends of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Layng will reside In Medicine Hat.  � * HALE-TOM LI N SON A very pretty wedding was solem-ized at the home of Mr. II. V. McCon-nel, Magrath, on Tuesday evening, when Miss Myrtle Tomlfnson and Mr. Ralph Hale were united in marri.ige the ceremony being performed by Bishop Harker. A sumptuous supper was served following the ceremony, the table and wedding cake being decorated with red and white carnations. Only members (if the bride's family were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hale will reside in Magrath. A bundle shower was given In honor of tho /eon\miU)der, m B.-B. W. lurntr la ,*tad of tie qanadia*' army In England, and Lord Beaverbrook u the Canadian wonder. 4sg '^ .\v>v^':'-M�l" The Ideal Food Beverage BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA Delicious'and Strengthening ' - v .>> It has a delicate fragrance and flavor peculiarly its own, owing to the scien-tific blending of the cocoa beans and the perfect process by which it is made. 'One never tires of Baker's" Booklet of Choice Recipes sent free. Walter Baker & Go. Limited P�tablith�d 1780 Montreal, Canada  Dorcbeater, Mass. ;