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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAtUROAY, FEBllllAlW 9, 1018 THE LETilBIAlDGF- DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVBKj lETHBlGE WAS CEfiTREOFBAD * ? >> : � �> ; > : � ? : � *  TAXATION PROBLEM % : ? ' �> > ? ; ? > >'� Union goTerfthient has a big jol) ahead of it-nothing leas than Itult-tlng up the ravelled Bleov� of civilization in this'half of the North Ameri-uiin ccmtlnent. About once every two Ihoiisand years civilization breaks down-the machine gets cluttered up, A Sign of Danger! ] Dandruff and live hairs cant come r without T-R-O-U-B-L-E HERPICIDF ^itkiils Dandruff Germs. Appllcfttions Rt Iho bettor barbor sbopa . Guaranteed by Tlio IlcrpIcUo Co. 1 ' Sold Everywhere ' ': SPECIAL AGENTS, ,. J, D. Htglnbotham &-Co., Ltd. ' Jo ,^fop- a Persistentr Hacking Cough ' The beat rrmetlr Is ono yoa csia caaXlj ninKo ub liomc. Cheap* but very olTecUve. Thousands of people normally lioalthy in. every othc'r respect, aro 'niinoyc-d with a 'porsistcnt lianKinc-nn -broncliiul couRh year after year, .diu-turhinn their Bleep and makinc lilq disa/rreenhlo. It's so ni�cdl(j8B-^there's Hn old liome-mttdo remedy that will end such a couk1� onailv am\ oiiickly. ' Cict from. any drucKiat "SYj ounces ef I'inex" (50 cents \Y0rth), pour ib irito a 10-oz. bottle and flll\thu bottlo with plnin Rranulatcd sugar syrup. JJcKin tftkinjy it at once. Gradually but Gurely you -vvill notice the phlcLna .thin out and then disappear aUoj;ethcr, thus ending a cough that you never tliouglit would, end. It also promptly loosens a dry or tight cough, stops tlui tronlilesomo throat tickle, soothes the irritat&l membranes that line the tliToat nnd bronchial tubes, and relief cornea almost immediately. A day's tise will uaiiallv break up nn ordinary throat or cliesfc cold, and for bronchitis. cro\ip, whooping cough ^nd broncttiat nsthma there is nothing better. )t tastes pleasant nnd keeps perfectly. . � Pinex is a moat valuable concentrated comppund of .genuino Norway pine extract nnd is used by uiilliona of people every year for throat and chest colds With splendid results,. To avoid disappointment, ask your Mrugglst for "2Vi ouncoa of Plnez" v/itli full dircotions and don't accept nnything else. A gitarantco of abEO* lyte Bduafactlon or moaey promptly T:.'fundcd goes with this preparation. ^ The Piriox C9,, Toronto, Out. The Milk We Offer I Is Of The Best j In Quality f It is bajjidlicd and bottled in tho most (cleanJyronrinor, Ayo know '� tliat;, oiico yotj try this milk you JviU use it regularly. It Is clarified nnd paatturlitod. Cr^ktal Dairy .Limited 1576 : Phone 1576 sand In tho bearings. On the wisdom of tho men who go over ^;he machine and renew and adjust the parts de-ponds Ills ability to carry on. Union government's job is to take the machine apart, fit the cogs new and old Into their places and put 11 together again witli tho least disturbance to the business of the country. A new (tog in tho machine is the returned soldier and he will take, a lot oC fitting. Tho oil tor the whole macliine is taxation-tho tariff, war profits tax, land tax, inconio tax and such other iQVics as may be considered necessary-Union government has a fine chance ahead of it to make taxation scientific, logical and eciultable. If there is anything In the British North America Act which complicates the problem It is easy enough to have the British North America. Act amended. Broadly speaking tho toxes should be laid on those who are best able to pay them. The rights of property must be respected. There Is no need of anything | that looks like confiscation but the man who has been able to beat the game as it has been played up till now and to make a largo fortune must pay handsomely - for the privilege >be has enjoyed. This need not mean nationalizing Industry but It will probably mean a more equitable division of profits with the state. The bee need not be killed but lie should be obliged to hand over more of his honey to the public treasury. Tho man who after a long life of toil and struggle has achieved a moderate competence should got off more lightly. . Union government would be doing a good work,to define clearly the zones of taxation-that"48 to �ay the taxes which are leviable by the.federal, provincial, and raiinlolpal powers. Just now many anomalies' and' much overlapping ' exist: - For- instance the Ontario government levies a.inlU rate on all real estate In the province. It has been doing so for the last three years during which period six million dollars have been raised. Of this about one million dollars have been devoted to tho war purposes which were the excuse for tho lovy and five juiUIoh dollars have been devoted to other objects. This tax is an encroachment on the municipal taxing power and should , receive tho attention of any government which undertakes, to build up a t^x BChemo tot-Canada.. . Another grievance is the^'ncomo tax. by cities of one hundred tliousand or over. As the tax Is enforced now. It is both a farce and an. Injustice. The llttlo fellowa whose names appear on pay j-olU-tare squeezed tp the last cent If they once make the mistake of acknowledgioB tho city's claim. If they throw the notice iu tho waste paper basket nothing more is said ab-' out it. Thus the wllllne horse is overloaded. The big fellows whose Income* do not appear on pay rolls but are hidden away In bonds and stooks get oft next _to scot free-the custom ije-Ing to take their affidavits as gantle-men and let them off with what ^ey are willing to own up to. It Ibe federal power, takes ^iithorlty to levy an income tax, the municipal iw>wer should not enjoy ,a similar privilege, Tho Income tax shoiild be a federal tax and devoted .to federal purposes. It should^be a real l^x, not a solemn Joke', and the waj^ to get at the moneyi Is to go to.the source of tho Income and tax it there. As a'municipal gov-orpmoiit Is conducted now nine men out of ten would rathfer,pay an income taxto Ottav^a'thiw to tUe dunderheads In tlie home town. Blew With Terrible Velocity and Much Damtigc About City SoutUorn Alberta e�:p�rl�nce(l the worst wind storm In years last night and iietlibrldge was In tho centro of It, with the result that report!) of nam-ago to buildingB are being received on every hand. .luat a year ago on January 8th a similar wind storm _Hwept the south, taking oft u nnmljor of roofs In the city and doing considerable damage, but not so much as ,wns the case last night. The wind Is still blowing a galo today' with little hIjjm of a let-up. ~ Some of the Damage The cornico and part of tlio w'all of the Campbell, Wilson and Morne building was blown off on tho Mi\o facing Srd Ave. S. The damage will bo in the ncighborliood, of |1,000. Tho chimney of tho manual training school was blown down, badly damaging the roof. '|"hc roof on the back end of Wil-lianison'.s garage, 9th St. S., was blown off. The same plate glass wIu^dw on tho Hick-Schl building as was blown out in the Storm a year ago, was again blown out, Tlio window in the Christian Science rooms in tho Hull block was blown in. Bill boards are down all over the city. Commissioner Freeman reports many electric light services down and the whole ctow of linemen will bo busy for a couple of days repairing the damage. Roofs of the Karraors Lumber Co. warehouses were taken off completely. Tho damage Is $1,500. The ornament on the clock lower of tho post office was blown off. Chimneys of private houses are down all over town. C. P. U. Dlspat-clier KIpp's .chimney blow down and through C. P. U. Freight Agent Bob Long's window. , Beports from all over the division are that many C. P. R. box cars are roofless today. ' Altogether the damage done In .he city will run well over $5,000. The Experimental Farm has no in .strument for measuring the velocity of tho wind, but it Is variously estimat ed by citizens as from 100 to 1000 miles an hour according to how many hours sleep were lost. Mrs. A. the coast. Wlll/amiion In vl.slting at iVIlSH k. Long, of Tiihcr, In thr> guest' of her brother Tl. W. Long ;iiid family.. " " '�� j Mr. H. Fletcher l.-i liniviug for' f;iarosholm today to attend Ihi- ngri-! cultiirnl ('oUegp. I �   1'\u> Art. needlework club will meet, ul the home of llrs^Francls. 8th Ave' S., on Monday aftninoon. j ... j MAss M. Cordray is .spciidiiig the ^ week end In Taber, the giu-fl of Miss M. Powell.  � * � Krlends of Mvn. 1. 0. Lt�a(lbetter. Sr., are sorry to learn that shn Is ser-louBly ill at hei' homt' In Hardlevlllo with little hopo entertained for her recovery. " . * 1 The Valentine party given by the I Major Jack Ross chapter, 1. O. I). E.. | at the Veteran's club last evening was : quite a brililapt succesfi. there being a large crowd In attendance and the many beautiful evening gowns of the ladies' blended with the decorations formed a riot of color with very pleas Ing effect. The rooms wore decorated profusely .with hearts and cupids and the tables with rod and white carna O. F. Bletcher h-it last night for a short trip to the coasl. arsoii, farmer, of Riverbow, Alta.. and Miss Llla Alberta .Miller, of Calgary. -   � WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY Breakfast: Grape Fruit, Toast, Marmalade, Coffee. Dinner: Sliced Tongue. Potatoes. Cabbage Salad, Prune .lelly. Cream. Tea; Rolled Oats Bread, Fruit Salad, Cocoa, Cookies. The recipe tor Rolled Oats Bread, *'* >*: mentioned above, is as follows: a cdps i � * I boiling; water. Vj cup molasses. tablespoon salt, I'tablesoon butter, \nKer^iU(ih-fout:ye1irR,' � Norfolk, Vn., Feb. 9,-A final decree v/aa filed in federal court bere yesterday In the case ot the British ship Ap-pam, captured in tho Atlantic by tho German_raider Moewe, and brought to H&mpto'n Roads by Lieut.. Hans-Berg and a German prize crew. The SOart previously had awarded the ship witt her-cargo to the.owners, tho'.BrltlW and African Steamship companjr.) ariil.' yesterday's action finally dIspoMg of-, the litigation; -- . The court ordered that the cost* ft the case totalling $4,447 be deducted from tho residue ot.fUnda beldngtog (Ij Berg and the ImporlalGerman government, consisting of ciish caiUured in the Appam and moneys deposited with the.court during tlfe litigation. Thl.h sum, 1327,078, less the costs, was ordered placed to the credit of the alien property custodlaii. Sixty-two notes of the Imperial German government, aggregating $1,165,000, given as aecvit--Ity In thp case, also were ordered,turn-; ed over to the alien property custoil'lan.' No liability Is held against the.rioteai the court said, as the cash to the credit of the defendants was sufficient'to cover all costs and damages. Ottawa, Feb. 9.-Hon. T. W. Crolhers, minister ot labor, today expressed the hope tliat the threatened strike ot the ship yard workers in Vancou-'S'*?,j.i{.,-.^,yei\woii!d Jj;e. averted. " : : : ? ? : � � -: : : : ? : : 1 and bake. New Vork, Feb. 9.-Ono of the most daring hands of automobile thieves that have operated In this city was smashed yesterday when Judge Nott sentenced eleven men concerned in the theft and sale ot 100 cars to prison torins of from five to three yeai-.>i each. Assistant District Attorney Donoli/.t .said the l)and operated for two years, stealing cars in New York and adjoining states' and maintained three garages where stolon cars were rebuilt beyond recognition. ONNTARIO STORM Toronto, Feb. 9.-Heavy rains and ' a freezing temperature, followed b^ . a short snowstorm, demoralised tele' graphic . EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK ' OLOC M %nntmm $c(Ba. Arty tana ia not an ordinary piano, ,'k haa taken 65 ywn bf unceaaing effort and experimeating to bring it to ita preaent ,atate of perfection and to win for it the title * "World's Beat Piano" Ita tone is beautiful bejrond woida. Ita appearuce ia ar|iatic and graceful in every tine, ha conatruc-tioo it ao thorough aa to make it alinott iniperi(^6u8 to the ravagea of tin^'' SHOW ROOMS FP'Ri.SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA ARMSTRONQJb RAWOHTH'S/Lethbridie \ WRITE vFOR CATALOGUE AND TERMS : -J. HARRY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAQKR 31 ;