Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX lilt. L, I. II E ri 1 II 1) A 1 I 1 KIUA1, 1-thKUAKl 21, 1911 You should see Cook conjure with that handy pjcket of Edwards' Soup! She never makes a soup of her own without having some k'dwardi'ea the uUe re.-. Sr-.t; soups, she fiivdjrs tijtslcss soupi, by iddine s. little EdwirJs' So-jp. FDWARDS SOUPS bui 25c lEvanlurcl of Piescott Tries to; j Hold Up Liqiwr Asks Ffc: jw Mt-'ST il! GriaJ the Allied Trades I Tor.'uio, itai Fell. 25.-A sensi- U.03 v.as'H'iung ia Ontario j late this "aitMnoon when Mr. iUuslar Kvanturd, M. P. P- for 1'rfs- Icott, ai.il son ol the lite speaker, 'charjeJ thai an alliince 'l.f- i liquor in his county. Mr. J. II. Ferguson, M. P. lor lorenvil'.e, M rcbuttKJ the in tie charges, startled tt? fcoatf by leading a tetter addressed by Mr. Evanturel lo Ontario Licensed .and association. Mr. Kvact'jrel's letter was to Ite eKoct lhat he haii always been a true fliend ot the associaliun, and was O! ill' prepared to vote asrainst his leader, retiil CiKcri, Howcll, oa the question oil To te had Irom wholesale ana re abolishing ihe bar. lie smcU that be I grocers evtryvvliere. W. H. Es- was a poor man, living only upon his colt Co., Lijr.Ued. Winnipeg. Represfn-1 (.mall sessional, allowance, and ex- utives for Manitoba, Saskatchewan pccted that the association would set j and Albsria. j us way to helping him along by pay-! ------------.---------------------------------j Ing al ieaM' lci; thousand dollars, pay- RUTHENIAN SHOOTS WOMAN [able three thousand down and the] THEN TURNS GUN ;.ON 'SELF Ihalance in Instalments. For that sal- ;arv he was prepared to be the de- Wtnttipee. Mau.. reD. '.-..-Because 11 the assodation and intio- sbe refused to accede lo-iuniroper JD the jedflalure atty amer.d- prorosau mace .o her. Styblij. to thp government measures lo j :i Ualicisn. sen; Mr.-. Trtte Dray tray- re5trjrt tte liquor traffic. He added j ;a.v-j in the breast, and then turned (1j_t he WQU-ld sjgn anj. the the oa bicsf.l: firinc one or 0[ re-! to fight ior tu? liquor inleresls S j iu the legislature. The Best in the Land for Lethbridge We believe every housekeeper is particular about the quality of the Meats she serves, and our aim is to buy and prepare the very choicest Meats Southern Alberta can produce. We invite your attention to the select display of Beef, fed by Neidig Bros., Prime Wether Mutton, fed by Geo. 0. Coaldale. Poultry, Fish and Sausage. Strictly Fresh Eggs 50c a doz. We have arranged to give you special service on all kinds of Fresh Fish During the Lenten Season Of course we have everything the market affords, but the above are emphasized. Madam if you are particular HAVE THE BEST, IT COSTS NO MORE DELANYS LIMITED Phones-Office 1522, Store 452 In our New Store 31 t-5th St. S., Stafford-Agnew Co's old Stand were iato bis temple. .'Both jor lu? liquor inleresls -garding Ihe alliar.ce are ir. ihe iiosyiial. tbc man the Icjislature. commission and the hotel to die. The place ,n co'nc'iusion ht stated that, his late 'association ol thii 3'irrsiwa at B'..irov.-s ijaiher, Hon. A. Eranturel. ex-speaker I Toronto, Feb. the adjpurn- in the foriisn section of lfc; legislature, had alwars iouEbt .r.ieai of the Liberal caucus which was 'SivbliJ is -.Treniy-fo-or years old, j lfcc batiles for the hotel men. -hf" N. and the woman is i .Mr. Howell stated there was K0 (leadei o! the opposition, sjij _______________huitiScation for the letter which Mr. 1 "3lr- F.vanturel came to ihe Liber- .lusvc- MiddletO" nadr au order Kvanturel had written to the Hotel i-11 "ucus this-raorrjins and made theiKeepcrs1 associatioa oi-Ontario. He :stalemrnl witli FEW INS. IBERIA lor the payitttGt oi trustees of the mirriage settlements in ccncrction with the N'onlheimrr es- iV rendeicd during woulJ .have something to say on the I If reieier.ce to the let- by queslicn later, acd Mr. Evanlurel himseli would, no doubt, supplement the slakmeat which he had marie re- We'll Plan Your Dinner With You By Telephone We're cluing-this every day with particular who insist on having the choicest. We please rlrem and can please you. If it's on the market We Have It Phone 402 Alberta Meat Market K. The Jliglicsl in Quality Ijul'Nol- in Trice. the honorable member Jor G Mr. Kranturel after making his statement, retired. H was unanimously decided that Mr. Evanturel should not be again in- vited to the caucus or be: recognized as or.e entitled to take part in the deliteratioas of Liberal members in he legislature, and Ihis decision has beea communicated fo Mr. pvanturel the chiel whip of 'the party in the Icgislatuie. THOUGHT IT WAS ALRIGHT Toronto, Feb. Evan- turel, ll.p.p} Pr'escott, Liberal, is conscious'of having done no wrong wriling a hotel man offering to sell his services for He was al the parliament building loilay. He said in an Interview I wrote the ietlers. I do nol deny Ihal, ar.d I think it was right." 'JII you think It was.right then yo will not resign he was as'ited. "No, I will not resign, and I'll de- fend my position at Ice nest eleclion I have laSeu this slarid long before was elected a member ol the house I have favord licenses and proper ad minislralion. I have refused to de fend the principle to abolish the ba Ou the platform in my couaty, and [was requested hy my people lo take lihal sland, both in the legislalurc land out of it. I knew the hotel men jwanteii to organize the province ar.d wanted the position as organizer." "You wanted to be in their cm- Iploy V i "Well, I wanted to orzanize for them." j "Did you expect to get paid for 'your services i "I think it was right that i should gel-something for my'serviccs, I have (always been'friendly lo Ih'cm, and j supported them." "The-criminal code makes provision lificd of the amounl tor which they are respcciively liable on or before tbe first day ol June ol each succes- year, and said as'sessments shall ba paid on or before the 30lh day of June, except in cases oi refusal or neglect to make such returns, and in cases of false or fraudulent returns, id' which cases the commissioner "of inlernal -revejiut shall upon Ihe dis- covery thereof, at any time within I three ye-ars after said return is due, 1 make a return upon information ob- tained as provided for in this sec- i. T c II 'ion, or by existing law, and the. as- U. O. made shall lie paid by -h 'i i U pcisons Immediately UelcUlS .Uiyen GUI Oy upon notlncatloa o! the amount due Pnncular Aosnt land to ot suras Aue paia atler tllo o[ Juac I any year, ten days after no- I lite and demand Ihcreot hy the col- That the Unilcd Sisles government there shall ha added the sum intends to pursue" the'colleclion 61 tho of five, per centuni on Iho amount ot not many Atiiericaus living in Soutli- trtencing al two o'ciocX wilh. a (ievo Alberta but who will be exempt setvice. At 3 o'clock K. Toronto. will he notified. !ul tlir Laymen s .Missionary Movc- j ulenl- in Canada, will speak on [Standards, of At (George Dingle, oi Calgary, vice: chairman for Alberta, Of the World's Suntlar" Kcliool Assoiialiou, uilL speak on "The Work of Ihe. Mission- ary Conunilter.in the Local and at 4.15 H. M.i Hamilton, secre- tary of thf Presbyterian Laymau-s Mpvrmenl. will address the tethering. The1 Canvass' in TO BE .HELD NEXT TUESDAY AT Y. M. C. NOTED SPEAKERS DR GALBRAiTH IN CHAlRlwl1tn Joscllh r- T un. us The e..cning the Loral discussions lo Iollow--each address." At ti.30 thero will L'e a supper at the V. M. 0. A, js income'1 lav in the'very' near luture, is evidenced in the communication re- ceived today by M. T. 'Johnston, Un- ted States Consul here, from the American Consular Service, jfor a fourlesa-year penally for such ventured the reporter, "did you '.'That's all m drsl that al another time." New Restaurant NOW I5US1NKSS' Good Food Well Served at tlie Lowest Prices Lunch and Dinner 25 cents up All Kinds ot Sea Food a Specialty The PJaco for n Tempting Oyster and Chop House 51h Sfi-cel. 2. Doors South Lcllihridgt'- Hotel SAM WANTS HIS LITTLE KINGDOM Wssliinslon, Feb. the re- finest of the British Government Ihe stale dcDarlrcenl has aiked the department of justice to inquire Into Ihe proprosci! establishment of a negro kingdom ou Ihe KOld coast of .Africa by Chief Sam of Oklahoma. An invcolieatbn will be rr.ndo, al- Ihotigh il is bellercd that the Amer- ican governrnoTit cannot f Sy ncllon lo prevent Ihe emfgratloil of negroes. The Urllljli offlcair, -sug- gested that Chief Sam and Ills fol lowers mipht find the goM coast nnguilablo-for Iheir kincdom. MAKE GAIN Vcllamt, Ont, >'eb. The res.ill of thp scrutiny ol the ballots cast in the voting; or. Iho Canadian lemper- j ance act in cotinly In Janu- ary, -A-hlch u-as concludtd loday, Is rnajorlly of "I for Ihe "wels." The ing definite information on the sub- ject for the information ot American citizens in this consular district sub- ject lp Ihe tax. The letter says "Under' the Income Tax l.inv, sec- tion 2 oi the Tariff- Act, sworn re- turns for the taxable year, March 1st to December jUt, 1913, must, he made to the collector ol internal rer- enue on or before March first. This return lor only five-sixths Ol the year miist to made by ail Americans, at iiome or abroad, whose net Ir.corr.fl for the period was J2.500 or specific exemptions allowed lo mar- ried persons living in marital rela- lioijship should be figured on same basis. Returns must show itemized all sources ol income together with a statement ot general deductions and specific exemptions allowable, and must be sworn lo. "The status of an American citi- en, respecting his liability to irovisious of the income, tax law is iul changed hy a residence abroad or puEposcs of heallli, education, iRjusemetit or business, for., an fnde- inite period. He may. acquire a com- mercial or civil domicile, abroad, hut f'li'c true altegiar.ee o his government and. does nothing nconsistent with his' pre-cvisting al- ttfaiirr." he is entitled to the profec- of his government, and is subject .0 its laws." tax rnlc is -made on- a sliding scale, according lo the amount of Ine ncoir.e, aud ranges from 1 to 8 per cenl. The Act inrtheis '-'And a Me lax .'hall hejcvied, assessed, collecl- ed and paM annually upon (lie, cr.tirc not income from all properly oivncd and of every business, trade or pro- fession carried on in Ihfi United Slales by persons residing else- where.'1 Ir. regard to IV.e exernpllona claual U says "Provided that there shall be deducted from the arrtount of Ihr- net income ol each of the said per sons, ascertained as provided herein the sura ol JAOO plus JIOOO addition al If Ihe person making the rel'irri be a, married man wilh a, wife living wilh- him, or plus Ibe turn ol if the 'person making Ihe relurn be a married woman with a Inisband liv- ing with but in no event shall thh rucmpltori of JlflfKJ ho dcdticled by holH a husband ar.d wife Provid- tax unpaid, and inleresl ,ct the ol ono per ccnttim per rn'ohlh upon' Ihe. said lax from the time tha same-.be- came due, excepl from the estates of insane, deceased or insolvenl per- sons." Mr. Johnson says that Ihere are Knox church when the. tlitcc. speaVtrs On 3rd, th; the allcrnoon session will again men's Missionary Movemenl, which jaildress the conterence, and the Hey. is in scorm.and EndicoUr-.p- lormi-f mis. isloliary in China, ar.d now general will hold a conference m l.ethbndBe, ot 0, and sonic ol-the most r.oleii mission-1 Missions of. the Methodist church, will ary speakers will be lifre lo address i also speak'. the assembly. The aflernoon session I li lo bB held in the' Y.M-C.A. com- Dr. W. S. C4albrailh has been en ciiaiunah oi Ihe lonference. Madam-- We submit the following for your consideration when buying meats. We know we can give you the best quality and believe in placing our prices before you. The following list will convince you that on first quality Meats ours are the Lowest Meat Prices in Lethbridge BEEF Sirloin lloaat, per Hi 23c Middle Cuts, per II) 26c Prime 1Mb per Ib Thick Rib. per !b Sliort KiU per Shoulder Hoast, per II) Uofllng Beef, per It) Stewing per Ih Corned Heel llonelcsa Ib. ftrlsltel, Boneless, per Ib Sirloin Slcak, per Hi ..20c 16c ,15c ..t5c ..l0c 25c Porterhouse Slcak, per jb..25c Hound Steak, per Ib Shoulder Steak, per 1t> Ucet Shanks, per 11) 22c 7r, f5t SAUSAGE Pork Kaiifage, !b Special fork Saneage, Tolled Menu, per tti 20c Ifcad CTtDC'EC, per Ib 16c Checae, 1 Ibs for 25t MUTTON per I.oln Mullon, per Rllj Hoasl, per Shoulder Hoast, 'per Knglish cut, lb...22e Stew Million, per Loin Chops, per Ib.........25c Khouldor per tb.....20c Tiil) flier's, per -Ib..........20c FISH Salmon, per Ib ...1Sc llallli'il. jier Wiiite Kiili, per Finniin Haddte, per Kipperorl Herring, rcr lfi....15c BUTTER Creamery. 2 Iba for........75c Choice Unlry, iier It-........35c .Cbolfo Dairy, 2 Ibs HOME RENDERED LARD S-Hi pail ..................80c 10-lt) l-ail PORK f.egs, whole, per Ib........16c Mild eml. per Slunk cntl, per l.otn ShbuWer Moan, per Iu.....i7c siile Pork, per tb..........15c Pickled fork, per Ib.........16c I'ork Heads, per Loin Chops, per fork Ktcah. Sliotildor Chops, per Ib.....I8c HOME MADE PORK PIES A SPECIALTY BEEF DfllPPING Mb pill u-lb pall 10-lt) P9I1 50c 30c Strlclly per. dot Cooking ner ed, lh.it only or.c deducllon ot U.OfK) "wsis" made a r.tt gain of sh today. De aggregate In- ballot box (or number X, Tiiorolrt iccmc o( ani when furnished the srcatcsl surprise of the i living together." Mrullny, today's counl showing 43 j intdtcstinj; clause rt'the Act for the acl ar.d 54 asalnsl, whereas Ideals with frandnlfnl returns n? lol- P'jlv liclurnlng Officer Murl- j lows "Thai nil assessmrnts shall be of the rtt'.irns matle [rrtade by the commissioner of Internal ill 17 for ;unl M ircvfntic, and all persons shall be no- We want your business and can.give you satis- factory you are not a customer telephone a trial order in the morning. ________' WESTMINSTER MARKET Phone 1055.