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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PftUR THE T-ETHRRJPOE TUTTT HBRAtD THUnSDAY, JAWJAHY 27, 1921 PETER DISCOVERS JOHNNY_AND POLLY CHUCK BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Because uncomfortable ia he spies In vain to justify himself ho tries. Ifcihbit. Two or three times Voter Rabbit fas lompted to turn back. But each time hesitated curiosity got tho best of him and he .went on. lie been in some of Johnny Chuck's old houses, but never iu this one. Ho ap- proved r.f this one highly. "That Is a good house Johnny used to live in up in the far corner of Old Orchard, but this ia a better thought Peter. "He has got tho right slant to this hall. It isn't too steep, yet it ia steep enough. Ho made tils j hall a little bit bigger than the old DIIO. Probably he a little bigger! himself when he made thta than when i ha rondo other. He hasn't left any I roeU hanging down in the way. My, 11 wouldn't mind having this boun my- self. I almost hope he isn't here. "Hollo, hero's a branch hall. I won- dwr where thin to. Shall I try or shall I keep on? Parhan thfe leads to his bedroom." Pster poked his head iu the brunch hall and wig-; And then Peter to a little bed- room off just to one side. should hare gone straight out, and he Theft Case Against Guerin, Bank Man, Dropped By Crown Case Against Bank- er as Result of Charge Laid by Schwartz The charge of theft, on the informa- tion of J. Schwartz of Milfc Hivor. against iue Sweet Grass Banker, J. II. Ouorin. President of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Sweet Grass, Montana, has been dropped by the Crown. Afttr being arrested on the charge last March. Mr. Guerin was given a preliminary hearing by Magistrate Irwin in tlio city and bound over un- der a bond when lie was re- manded for trial. Attorney-General Boyle, after weighing tho evidence given at the preliminary hearing, has follows tomewhat after tho plu 19 Church, Na.vnt S'luarn, adopted In tho United Stalei. The Wmitoy rhk'f feature Is that It places the A. Rldpath, Noblltse Obligee Square, onus of deciding the amount ot Income Knoi Church. tax payable by any person or tirm on 1 A. McQueen, Noblisac Oblige Square, tho person or linn, and it Is not 1 Knoi Church. to wait for an assessment notice Jamie Donoon, Square, from Ottawa. If uny person tails to j Knoi Church. the propor rtiturn. penalties aro Don. Miuter, Motoorn Square, Ktiox according to tho Church. C. Hoult, Ducos Snuare, United provided varying amount of the deficiency. The government expects to Iwtween and 111 Income taxes this year, dispatches state. It Is by tho commissioner of taxation that all the income tax forms for tho year 1920 will bo avail- able for distribution within two weeks at the ofllcs of the Inspector of taxa- tion for the various districts through- out Canada. Although these forms aro to bo distributed, the Income branch wants it to bo distinctly under-' stood that the oaus of obtaining the torms on which to Slo tho returns of tho income earned received during still rosla In each case- with the taxpayers, and that non-receipt of a form will not be an excuse for not paying the tax at the proper time. Church. K. Korean, Ducos Square, Vniled Church. A. Mitchell, Coaldale. Lu Prcmiero Premiere Square, Square, Filed With Inspector Every form this year when filled out, must be returned to the inspector D. Baldwin Coaldale." K. Owen, Chin Square, Chin. V. Sprinkle, Chin Square, Chin. Need Officers Now before these fellows can begin to legislate they havo to have officers. Nominations ure open until Wednes- day night for tho following Mayor, Deputy Mayor, City Clerk, and City Treasurer; ulxo two t'onimliiHlon- Any buy can nominate !OHK ;ui ho Doinlliali'S om' iM" llio mem- liers on the council. Tlii'se noiuina- llona lmint lie In ti> Mr. 1'clloy tho nopiluatuii; mootinn Nominations must he sent in in wrlHns and all nomlnalluiiu must Imvu tho Hijuiaturo uf a tit'condor. Wednesday at 7.30 a nomina- tion will bt> held in tile Itoyii1 CHub room of "Y." All nominations must he iniulo verlmlly at tltU iiR-otintv. It is a pltlilic meeting and all Tuxh: boys Hhoilh! utteiul, and tlio can- j ilidates for ofi'lco eiaborato iiol-j icies if elected. Also a list of all vot- ers must be in from each snuave not later than eveiiiiur, so that tho viiurrs' list may be compiled. A further notice -will appear regard- ing tho voting placo on Saturday next from to 7.00 'HAT SCHOOL BOARD TUKNK DOWN SALARY INCItEASK OF A, T. A, Mpiliciiiu Hut school board linn tricn its trniibli't uvor tho sulnry (tuuMtinti lim( but lias tlinpotjiMl 01! tluMii AvUhoul Ki'anlitiK tiny iiiiToasos. Last Lliu board udoinnrt a On Monday iiljtfit the bor'a AllluiiiMj bud it ilt'le- K'ution beforo tliu board iisUinjf tli'.> of tho allUiJict'.Hchedu! Tho liuurd (Irokied against tlio allt- anco schedule and will livo up tu tho lliuO sehodulu. It was claimed tliur. tlio tiUluiico schotlulo would Uio salary Hat by Hoys' Club room of tile "Y." Also don't forget tho conclave on Rr.tiin'.uy and tho big competition for p.m. Polling will talte place in the the monthly directed that ci'Iaiinal charges be of taxation iu the district of the re- dropped, and has instructed the sjxxittve taxpayers. Last year forms Crown Prosecutor, Dr. Conybeare, T3, T4 and T5, covering salaries and K.C., to this effect. The case of Schwartz vs Guerin hms been before the public from time to time, in connection with the criminal charge and the ciril actions now pending, to be heard at the sittings of the Supreme Court In the non-jury actions to be tried by Mr. Justice Ires, starting on Monday next. The civil actions have been instituted by Joe It. But that hall went on a little gled his wabbly little nose. The faint- and curiosity urged him to find Schwartz, his wife, eet breath of fresh air tickled it. "Now out how far It went. So Peter finally his son, William Scl I knew.1' muttered Peter, with a great Tent on. Two or throo steps brought doal 01 satisfaction: "This leads to j to another little bedroom. There of Johnny's back doors, not to his j wai gome in this also. It debtedness to the bank, and it was are expected to atterfd. Charles H. upon Guerin's actions in this respect president of the district asso- that Schwarti swore out a warrant elation says he would not himself for the theft, accept the nomination should U be offered to nlm.' Bank in Good Standing munity. Also .we hear these days a lot of what the Sunday schools are doing for the boy and the, girl by means of the C.S.E.T., and C.G.I.T. programs. Sunday school teachers" are spending1 a lot ot time on Sundays and two or three nights a week' in this work. Tn an interview with Mr. Guerin this morning, while he was in the city, as to the failure of the International.! interest which is_being taken by the Bank at Sweet Grass, he mentioned I People of today in our boys, especially or Itj is an improvement and change this j to the Herald that this unfortunate affair was in no way connected with the Farmers' and Merchants'' Back of which he Is president. His bank, he stated, Is prepared to pay every de- positor one hundred cents on the dol- lar in cash upon demand. No with- drawals have been experienced and in fact their business is increasing. L. C. Charlesworth, chairman of the. Irrigation Council of Alberta, is today i Ouerin. with tile board of trustees of I The Farmers' and Merchants' the Lethbridge Northern district. No of Sweet Grass, said Mr. Guerin, has general policy is being discussed but number of details, through which and also in our girls in seeing that I they have every possible chance to be I the best possibly prepared and equip-' ped for tho great battle of life. Have you ever stopped to think of the part the boy must do for himself j and how much responsibility he can I take in this work for his own good of what influence he has upon the j other fellowa. We venture to state was tho statement made by. Mr. ue Onprin 'that although he may not have the ex- the district hopes to save money, are being talked. Mr. Baldwin, who went to Efluren- ton with Trustee George Chew, has gone back to his home, it is under- Bank successfully weathered not only the crop shortage but a total loss of fire, coupled with a year's .illness of him- self when he was seriously burnt in a gasoline explosion in December Last June a entirely modern bank building was completed stood, -without making any declara- to replace the one destroyed by fire tlon to the Lethbrldgo Northern. This' ia March 1919. is the action the members of the The Bank of which be is president, board of trustees expected and they are still hopeful. Delicious in the Cup. "SALADA" Has no equal for quality and flavour. If you have not tried Salada, send a post card for a free sample, stating the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mixed Tea. Addnu Toronto HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E D PURE W H O L E S 0 M E said Mr. Guerin, has more than three quarters ot a million dollars invest- ed in farmers' paper in Alberta be- sides investments in Montana. In his twenty years of banking experience this ia the first time it has been ne- cessary for him to appear in court to defend any of his banking trans- actions, in the present actions insti- tuted. He feels very sum- mary arrest he was subject to while in the city in connection with the charge of theft laid against him by Schwartz while a visitor from Mon- tana. So far as he was he said, he could easily have been found at any time not far from the border at his bank in Sweet Grass. perience that teaches older people the line to follow in this work, yet he will put through more practical, and which will be more successful legislation than any legislation on his activities can make. Of course we Jinow he is very radical at times and certam- ly needs adult supervision. But if you want anything in boys' work done why show the boy that It ia for the good of himself and his fellows and he will put the job across. We are fold that what a boy is when he becomes a man all depends on what he is when a boy. Therefore If you want barters in Christian work in the next decade or two from our boys why teach them to take on as much responsibility as he can take and still do justice to the other sides of his life, in .the great character building work you are trying to do for him w. Self-Governmen.1 I One of the greatest examples we have of where self-government among tho boys has been successful was at tho recent provincial boys' parlia- ment held in Edmonton a short time ago, where boys from all over the province came together and sat for three days legislating on a program which has Jesus Christ as its ideal. The bills which were passed by the boys were just to say the least, and had the greatest possible ideals stand- ing in them. It certainly showed us that a boy has a keen sense of justice and above all, a keen sense of what (high ideals are. j Now the O.S.E.T. program for Trail 1 Rangers and Tuxia Boys has the high- est ideal possible for any program that can be presented to boys. The boy is a great hero worshipper, ami that is the way we try to present this program to him, taking Jesus as their New Departure This j bero and Ideal, nut you know a .boy Returns Now Sent to i Calgary When you make out your income i FIX form for 1920 and send it to the inspector of taxation at Cfrlgary, you this year bo required to attach a for at least 25 per cent, of the amount of your tax as figured by yourself. This new departure in collecting the Income this year was an- nounced to the Herald this morning by Thorburn Allan, Inspector of taxa- tion for Alberta, and confirms news dispatches to that effect. Mr. Allen Is in Lethbridge looking ground, and it is jinn sible that a branch of his office may] council: has his idea of a hero and these ideas must be fulfilled in the boy's mind before he .will accept any person for a hero. But hundreds of boys all over Canada have seen in this ideal and have taken Him as their life hero. Now they want to share their hero with the other fellow. A governing body is appointed among the boys, this body Is known as a Community Boys' Council, elected and operating along the lines of tho Municipal governing body. Such an or- ganization is being formed in this I community among the Tuxis Boys.! The unit of representation is tho Tuxis Square, two boys arc elected by each Tuxis SQiiare to sit on the council. This has already been done and ths following representatives compose the YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT. bo established here for purposes .of information and investigation. Noth- IIIK definite was available on this from Mr. Allen however. The now method of collecting in. conui taxes u euUlMd by Mr. Carl Sandfiuist, Kill KIux Klan Square. Wesley Church. A. Hamilton. Klu Klux Klan Square, Weiley Church. C. Prosaer, Ce Sa Square, WMlev Church. Pre- Stock- sitory Snle! We are pveMocked in many of our Sundry Lines and are putting these on sale at prices that will compare favorably with any pre-war values. Study this list carefully and remember that only part of the bargains are listed here. MAIL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Cat Glass Fine Cut Glass Water Set. Regular Special Regular Special All other Cut Glass articles at 40% DIS- COUNT. China, Brass ware Grecian Ware, The newest and best fiction. Per 1 copy 40% DiscouEt French Ivory Travelling Rolls Packaged Per- fume Perfume Sprayer 25% Discount Holding 150 and 300 cards. Spe- P cial Snapshot Atkins Holding 12 and 24 views. Special, each.........fcivIC' Thermos Bottles We carry only the genuine Thermos Bot- tles, and guarantee you satisfaction. Pint size, each Quart size, each Strong, well made covered Baskets. Very useful. Five sizes. ONE-THIRD OFF Soap Specials Pure Castile, large bar Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap- White Q _ X2ji' n Large Round Bath Soap cakes for........0tJC Small Round Bath eakes for....... Baby's Own Soap, box Castile Soap, small bar Very useful for the car and around the house. Large size for.. Medium; 7 White PerJxxx of 25D Small size; for C Regular 25c, 35c and ze, nf Jordan's per Ib. Ryley's Daint- ies, per Ib. Fruit Drops, etc., Ib...... Coated Q 4 boxes (1000 i envelopes) .t Linen Finish Envelopes 3 packages Fountain Pen Ink 4-oz. size, bottle... All Boxed ONE-THIRD OFF. HAIR BRUSHES Ebony and rosewood backs, pure bristle, hand drawn. Only, ea., SHAVING Assortment of splen- did ones. Regularly priced at and Your choice, TOOTH BRUSHES Regularly priced at 35c and 50c. 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