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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAtl'HDAY, KKHIU:AHY !), THE LETIIBHirXiP' DAILY UK BALD PAGE ELEVEN H--- ,,r^ i- V 'Si sss. 1 CENTRE OF BAD PHONE 1224 1 1 USER'S BREAKFAST CO OA I* � 2 Blew With Terrible Velocity and Much Damage City About Mrn. A. Will unison is visiting at f.iie coast. night for a Miss* k. I-oiik. oi" T:nn-r. i- tin- guest of ln-r brother K. \Y Loin; :uifl r;iinilv. The food drink �horr trip to (In* rniw 1 ?NEWHITESTVLM Should be in every kitchen. Its use assures complete satisfaction in baking cakes, biscuits and pastry. YOUR GROCER SELLS IT. E.W.Gillett Co. Ltd; 'A TORONTO, CANADA. Winniut'ii Montreal Sunthf'i'ii Albci'Lii experienced the (worst wind storm in yearn hist night uiul abridge was in the eentro ol' I it, with the result that reports of nam-1 age to buildings an; being received on every hand, .lust a your ago on Jan-; uary *Sth a .similar wind .storm .swopi i the south, taking off a number of roofs in the city and doing considerable damage, but not mo nnich us was the ease hist night. The wind in still blowing a gal** today with little sign of a let-up. Some of the Damage The cornice and part of the wall ol' the Campbell. Wilson and Home Mr. Ueurgo W.llt.uu* uf ih- A. Mar-dona Id Company irn u>r Winnipeg on a buahio.s i rip. Mi�� Ethel Xi-i.^on h-ii this morning for Calgary vherc sin- will spwid a few days -with friends before going on to her home jn Toronto. The G. 1. A. iu-vt a) the home of Mr** Francis. Mh Ave. H.. mi A/onduv afteriKioii M^hs M. '"onlray i-weclf end in Taber. Hi* Al. Powell. .��P'-lnllUg the K�J1 of Alir.M ''. Vi 1 Atlanta, Georgia, of Airs. John L. building was blown oft on tho �id�! stovttU \0 Upr !i(M:,.a,eLl hnaband's brother Marcel hi �� A. Stovall. Aire. Stovall is weil known in Lethhridge, having lived here fur a number of years. She will * * * �.� *t+ Crust, Baked Onions, Caramel Pud-Science rooms in the Hull block waslf^ne' , . , . , -, . , , 0jowri in i Supper: Macaroni and Cheem?, Chili 1 downstairs. The war souvenirs, loaned Bill boards are down all over theJHauce- Baked Apples. Oatmeal Muff-1 by Mrs. Howard Tye of Stirling, were ins. Tea. trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited. Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. BEOlSTtRtO TNAOC-HAAK Established 1780 * * * 9 city. v ? ? TAXATION PROBLEM By H. F. Gadsby V V V V V V % * I'nion government has a big job ahead of it-nothing less than knit-ling up the ravelled sleeve of civilization in this half of the North American ecmtinenl. About once every two thousand years civilization breaks down-the machine gets cluttered up, A Sign of Danger! 'X 'Dandruff and live hairs cant come j& j togcthc r without T ROUBLE W|^;HERPICIDF 'iH kills Dandruff Germs. sand in the bearings. On the wisdom j Commissioner Kreeman reports of the men who mo over the machine many electric light services down and ApplicAtinns nt the bolter barber shops Guaraninod by The HcriJicidc Co. * fiflld Everywhere SPECIAL AGET4TS, J. D- Hlglnbotham &" Co,, Ltd, 5? To Stop a Persistent* Hacking Cough 1. ho best remedy is one yon can but very clfccttvo. and renew and adjust the parts depends bis 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 it together again with tho least disturbance to the business of the country. A new uog in the machine is the returned soldier and he will take a lot of fining. The oil for the whole machine is taxation-the tariff, war profits tax. land tax. income tax and such other levies as may be considered necessary. Union government has a line chance ahead of it to make taxation scientific, logical and en.uJt.abIe. Jf there is any- i thing in 1 he Hritlsh North America 1 Act which complicates the problem j it is easy enough to have the British ; North America Act amended. Broadly I speaking the taxes should be laid cn | those who are best, able to pay them, j I The rights of property must be re-; ! spected. There is no need of anything 1 I that looks like confiscation but the ' j man who has been able to beat the game as it. has been played up till now and to make a large fortune must pay handsomely for the privilege 'he has enjoyed. This need not mean nationalizing industry but it will probably mean a more equitable division of j profits with the state. The bee need not be kilted but he should be obliged to hand over more of his honey to the | public treasury. The man who after i the whole crew of linemeu will bo j busy for a couple of days repairing the damage. Roofs of the Farmers Lumber Co. warehouses were taken off completely. The damage is $1,500. The ornament on the clock tower of the post office was blown off. Chimneys of private houses are down all over town. C. P. R. Dispatcher Kipp's .chimney blew down and through C. P. 11. Freight Agent Hob Long's window. Reports from all over tlie division are that many C. P. R. box cars are roofless today. The recipe for Oatmeal Muffins, mentioned above, ilS as follows: 1 cup cooked oatmeal. 1cups flour, M� cup milk. 1 egg, 2 level tablespoons sugar, 2 level tablespoons melted butter sub-i stltute. 4 level teaspoons baking powder, teaspoon sab. Mix and sift flour, sugar, salt and baking powder. Add half the milk and the egg well her.ten. Mix the remainder of the milk with the cooked oatmeal and add to the dry ingredients. Beat thoroughly, then add melted butter. Bake in greased gem pans. TO GO EAST Brandon, Feb. S. A. Duke, manager of the Royal Bank-of Canada in Altogether the damage done in .he j this city, will leave soon to take up the city will run well over $ii,000. The Experimental Farm has no instrument for measuring the velocity of the wind, but it in variously estimated by citizens as from 100 to 1000 miles an hour according to how many hours sleep wera lost. position of assistant inspector of the Bank's branch*^ in Ontario. Tie Vill be succeeded in this city by .1. 11. Frus-er. who will conn- here from Unity, Sask. * ? ? ? f people every year for thronfc and chest colds with "splendid results.. To avoid disappointment, ftsk your Wrnirgist for "2!i� ounce3 of Pine::" -.villi full directions and don't accept r.nything else. A guarantee of ab.':o-Iv.Ui putisfaction or nurjuy promptly t"fumW goes with ibis preparation. The Piricx Co., Toronto, Out. Norfolk. Va.. Feb. !�.-A fhial Aer.rce a long life of toil and struggle has I Y�s in federal court J;er� yeBler- pain, captured m the. Atlantic by the v Ottawa, Feb. i*.-Hon. T. W. Crothers. minister of labor, today expressed the hope thai the threatened strike of the ship yard workers in Vancouver would be averted. explained by Pte'. Bruce Da vies and Lieut. Steele and were of great interest to all present. On the whole this was one of the most enjoyable events of the season and much credit is due the ladies of the chapter tor the efficient and pleasing manner in which (he party was conducted to a. successful cio.se. * * * LAliaOiV-MILLLFv 1 At Knox church. Calgary, on Wed- ; nesday, February (J. by the Rev. .1.. Macartney Wilson, M.A., R.A.. a. marri-. age was solemnized between Mr. John; Alvin Larson, farmer, of Ulverbow,' Alia., and Miss Lila Alberta Miller, of; Calgary. *  * WAR MKNC FOR SCNDAY ; Breakfast: Grape Fruit, Toast, Alar-i malade. Coffee. Dinner: Sliced Tongue, Potatoes.: Cabbage Salad, Prune .Icily. Cream. Tea: Rolled Oats Bread. Fruit Sal-j ad, Cocoa, Cookies. i The recipe for Rolled Outs Bread, ' mentioned above, is as follows: 2 clips 1 ** j boiling water. Vj cup molasses. 1 j tablespoon salt, 1 tablesoon butter, VI: ; hike- up roiiPii uat-^ or oat- . ** j meal. V/� cups flour. I* 1 Add boiling water to outs and let \ stand one hour. Add molasses, .sab, butter, dissolved yeast cake and flour. , Let rise, beat thoroughly, turn into buttered bread puns, let rise again 1 Yi 1 '�M i 1 1 1 A (jANCi OF AUTO f ONNTARIO STORM BANDITS SMASHED New VorU, Feb. One of the mu.-M daring bands of automobile thieves that have- operated in this city was smashed yesterday when Judge Xott sentenced eleven men concerned in (lie theft and sale of 100 cars to prison terms of from five to three years each. Assistant Dial rid Attorney Uonoh/.* said the band operated for two years, stealing ears in New Vork and ndloining states and maintained three garages where stolen cars were rebuilt beyond recognition. Toronto. Feb. ii--Heavy rains anol ;. a freezing temperature, followed bj( "a short snowstorm, demoralized tele* 'graphic communication in central um| jweriern Ontario this morning. �-t CALL FOR HELP An Atlantic Fort. Feb. !�.- - A call io� j immediate assistance from n steamer1 , in distress far. out at sea. was picked ! up today by the (*ape Race station ! and sent broadcast. Naval authori* Ities said they had no information ail I to the nature of the ship's trouble. v; yeast cake dissolved iu ^ cup '** warm water. 1 eun rollpd oats or �> v v �> v v t* and bake. The Milk We Offer Is Of The Best In Quality It is handled and bottled in the most cleanly manner. We know �that once you try this milk you will use it regularly, if is clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 achieved a moderate competence should get off more lightly. Union government would be doing a good work to define clearly the zones of taxation-that is to say Ihe taxes which arc leviable by the federal, provincial, and municipal powers. Just, now many anomalies and much overlapping exist. For instance the On-; tario government levies a mill rate on', {all real estate in the province. It has; ! been doing so for the last three years j 'during which period six million dol- [ lara have been raised. Of this about one million dollars have been devoted to the war purposes which were the excuse for the levy and five million dollars have been devoted to other objouts. This tax ia an encroachment on the municipal taxing power and should receive the attention of any government, which undertakes, to build up a- tax scheme for Canada. Another grievance is the.'ucomo tax by cities of one hundred thousand or over. As the tax is enforced now it is both a farco and an injustice. The little fellows whose names appear on pay rolls are squeezed to the last cent if tliev once make the mistake of acknowledging the city's claim. If i they throw the notice in tho waste1 paper basket nothing more is said about it. Thus the willing horse is overloaded. The big fellows whose incomes do not appear on pay rolls but are bidden away In bonds and stocks get off next to scot free-the custom be- i ing to take their affidavits as gentle-j men and let thein off with what tl;ey 1 are willing to own up to. if the fed- ! eral power takes authority to levy an 1 income tux, the municipal ppwer should not enjoy a similar privilege, j The income tax should be a federal j tax and devoted to federal purposes. It should be a real tax, not a solemn j joke', and the way to get at the money ( Is to go to-the source of the income1 and tax it there. As a municipal government. Is conducted now nine men out of ten would rather pay an income tax to Ottawa than to tho dunderheads in the home town. German raider Moewe, and brought to Hampton Roads by Lieut. Hans Berg and a German prize crew. The court previously bad awarded the ship and her cargo to the owners, tho British and African Steamship company, and yesterday'3 actiou linally dlspoa�K_of the litigation. The court ordered that tlie costs rf the case totalling $4,4-17 be deducted from the residue of funds belonging t.> Berg and the imperial German govern-ment, consisting of cash captured in the Appam and moneys deposited with the court during th'e litigation. This sum, $;ijU,ti7S. less the costs, was ordered placed to the credit of the alian property custodian. Sixty-two notes of the Imperial German government, aggregating $V.16f>,()0u, given as security in the case, also were ordered turn--��ed over to the alien property custodian, I No liability is held against the notes, the court said, as the cash to the ere* dit. of the defendants was sufficient to cover all costs and damages. W OULD YOU risk a postage stamp to learn more a tout coffee ? SEAL BRAND COFFEE and how to make it? How to equal America's most famous chefs? DKNTLSTltV is our profession, but, ko different and so Improved are our methods that the old lime ill-fitting plates and crude methods, to say nothing of teoth which are palpably artificial in appearance :iro with us thrown into the limbo of old and useless thing.s and in their place \vp supply you with Prates That Fit, Bridge-work of Accurate and Beautiful Design. Teeth With Which Yon Can Bite and Chew, and in their appearance defying the original pearly white ones with which nature first, endowed you. Let nothing deter you from a visit in our offices. Our booklet "Perfect Coffee you. It's free. Write for it. CHASE & SANBORN Perfectly Made", tell 191 MONTREAL Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Safe, Simple. Comfortable Instant * Relief 7 OF PASTORAL TERM �I According to the resolution of the genera] conference of 1914 a referendum vote will be taken at the next, quarterly board meeting of all "vleth-1 odist churches in Cauada, upon the Question of extending or eliminating the time limit of the pastoral term. Two questions are to be submitted to each board. They are: 1. Are you in favor of the present time limit of the pastoral term? 2. If not in favor of it what change would you suggest? At present no pastor can occupy a pulpit for lon&er than four vear&. 7fi 5' � f 1 fflVEWADMHB (Vandenbroeekt IVocms) Apply * piece of Thermogene straight from ihe box-its dry, comforting, warmth attacks the trouble at its source and routs it utterly. by the Thermo- r\ ~  gene Co. Ud. Di*Uggj�t .v* les Agents BS ^\ /or Canada: *> Vl HAIOLD F. IITCHIK ft CO., UL lOMcCl Stmt . rmijjg J9RF 9 Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK i (Kite ^rtntzman Sc (En. Art Jlianfl ia not an ordinary piano. It has taken 65 years of unceasing effort and experimenting to bring it to its preaent state of perfection and to win for it the title " World's Best Piano" Its tone is beautiful beyond words. Its appearance is artistic and graceful in every line, hs construction is so thorough as to make it almost impervious to the ravagea of time. SHOW ROOMS FOR SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA ARMSTRONG & RAWORTH'S, Lethbridge \ WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND TERMS J. HARRY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAGER Ml ;