Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SO THE LETHBWDGE DAILT HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1917 i! HEAVY PBWLIIES FOR NEELECI UNDER LAW 'false Statement Calls For Pen- ally of ?1 Fine or Six Months' Imjuisonment Ottawa. July 30. Sir Thomas White's Income lai bill upon the resolution adopted by the house was distributed loday. In addition lo the information given to the house last wcei relative to luo Uses to oe Imposed, Ihe bill coilaine lawlaons for enforcement ot the act scd details of the manner In which'It Is proposed to collect the taxes. It is provided tbal any person mat- Ing a false statement In any reiura requested by the mlnlslor. shall be li- able on summary conviction lo a pen- ally not exceeding JlOTjOO or to B.Ix mon'lhs' imprisuuiicaL every de- fault in complying with provl- aions ot Ihe act governing tbe making of. returns a person be liable to a penally ot }100 each day during Vhlch the default 'Provision. Is jnide for (lie appoint inent by the governor-in-councll of ON' I'ACE SIX) depth. From a personal Inspection Ihrough ,'rfjvilt, Ml. View, Hill Spring and tilenwood. OEO Is surpris- ed at tbe good stands of wheat; oats and barley are not so-good. South and east in the Aetna. Kim- ball, Taylorrllle and Wcolford dis- tricts, the wheat llso looks well, but Is I'.arJly so good as west. The hay crop Is everywhere niuch lighter than during the -past two years, both liruolhy asd wild grasses. The hay bartest Is going forward rap- Idly and another week will see It Completed oa'all Ito small firms. Kg ouifils continuing longer. The fresl grain ic Ihe Hill Spring district: poaslbly that c.: ?Jr. H. Ilus- sel tiloan'U attributed lo surface cul- llvallon wllh Iho harrow after the grain was well rooted. Cropi in this locality lock lo be Ihe best In the Cardston crop dhlricL GILLETTS LYE LffiMtf RAISED AliO OF ALBERTA'S 1916 CROP rtOM Pawn PiOl) PICTURE 8UTTE .Piclure Butle, July In Ibis district "are sauijr In srrd a! rein. Some of the wheat Is so far advanced as to culling In a few days. MAGRATH Msgrala, July Is wonderful hew Ihe grain Is standing the Ions board of referees consisting of rot dry spell. The hot wind o[ lha last more than Itree. members who shall few days has bien very hird on ii. iicl is a court and shall heir and determine aaj ffltde by a laxpayer. The board will iive power Ib confirm or amend an. aasesj- any case where the appeal is unsuccessful the board nny direct that the person who appealed sball pay the cosl or part of Ihe cost, nnd If Ihe appeal is successful It may re- commend lhat the cost ho piH In whole or In part by the crown. tariff of fees in force In the oichequer court will apply in connection with the the administration of this acL It Is further provided Uial If the taxpayer is dissatlsned with the derliion of the board, he may wlltln 30 days appeal jn writing Id tho minister of financa. Such appeals will corns cndfr till ex- clusive jurisdiction of lha eichenuer court. The act provides that ill em- p'loyers. shall make a return ol all per- sons: in their employ liable to taxa- lion "under" the act, end all corpora- lions, 'associations aid syndicates shall .mate a re Urn of all dividands and bonuses, paid to shareholders or members. Such returns shall be deliv- ered to the minister on or before Feb- ruary 2S, in each year. Without anj police or demand being made tne min- ister-may sat any time enlarge the time fnrramkinE any relttrns. -Another provision- is as follows: _ person liable to fixation un- Mler. this, or.before Feb- rnary 25 in irlihdfct any'n6- Uce or demand, deliver life xnlnls- a return In.such H (he mlh- liter may-prescribe, of his Income dur- Af year. ii STich return Ihe taxpayer shall address in Canada-to which all notices and to be Killed observed under, this act may IK mailed .or sent" yRerurnj In The case of'corporations, ifasocxatioiis or other bodies, shell be end signed -by the prealdeai, iftcretary or chief agent having per- knowledge of.the-bualness- tAHADA WILL NEED but In many fields the heads are Dll- remarVably well and will no doubt give a fairly good yield. NEW DAYTON New Dayton. July It is indeed surprising soino of the crops arc standing the dry weather. Summer- grain Is still In (lie lead In this' district The cool nights seem to be a great benefit. Flax Is look- log food, and seems IQ stand the drouth well. The steam plowing out- fit Is still la alteration on the Miami farm. Quite a number of acres are ready for seeding ia tie is plain lo bo seeD that ea grain Is best. TRAVERS Traverse, July Harvest will commpnce about the week ofj the afth as the grain Is ripening fast owing to the Intense heat. The past two days have had some prospects of rain, hut still a high hot wind tros tie snuthwest and plenty ol dust is blowing. We have, not heard any com- plaints of a scarcity of harvest help yet. Farmers are Lauling out twine for which, they arc paying eighteen cents, i COALOALE Coaldale, July The crops hive net all burned up yet, even if we have had no rain. All the grain which could be -irrigated has had tie water pn.il and shows Ihe results to a re- markable degree. "Grain" on 'land1 in GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake. July. Is pu at Grassy lake. The fanners who vere in town this week tell us Ihe barley Is ready and thoy are llartlng to cut It Mondiy. the 3Clb, and the would be ready ,lbe of the week or lie first of next. One farmer, however, iyiti tJiat' sc -.Trij .sola; start cutting his wheat on. Monday. They 3nd on examining grilB, the vleld lo be much better thin expected. The kernel Is weU llled out hut tie head is short. Something unuuaj to have harrest start bul the dry. hot spell Is ripening the grain jusl It only lasted for aboil len minutes and felled even lo lay Ihe dust. Haying Is now In full swing In the ranching parts of Ihe district, and whlla wild Brass Is considered very fair, the Urn- othy Is very short. Thy dlfierent grains are holding tieir own Marnst the drought, but undoubtedly would greatly benefit by Immediate surface molalure. txubela of the shlpmen' in 1915-1316, wheu the illghlly exceeded the JS.OW.tiOO btiihel j mark out of a crop of nearly In fact, (here Is evidence hat the shipments up I1U September st, when the new crop Claris wtll tie total amount ol grain. produced In. the district lait yeir. Jdarnptn of the Board ot Trade the suggestion, which'h well worth considering, that farmen should not anlp any nfore of the amr- plus of Ihoir 191S crop until they earn .whether this year's crop will MACLEOD Macleod, July farmer Is willing lo tell yon that hla crop Is suffering from want of Dblslure. Ev- ery day tells more and inon '.he ilory of the summerfallow, and Its neces- sity for the ensuring of next., year's crop. At lie present lime IhB.snm- merfallow crop Is good, and'wlll give a good yield, bul ill other .crops arc not fo be counted dn'.tnfs year. Should rain come in a week much will be used for green feed, but. some have already began to" suinmerfallow -.the very late sown land and will hove so much more to sow next year...As a whole 11 Is estimated tne district wll yield of 20 bushels for wheat, but the early barley'will be ready to cnt the" first" week in Aug. ust, while lie Winter or Western Rye vrlll.be cut tils week. Altalfa has given a-good yield this year despite tie drought, with prospecry.of 6nd crop. Many acres were seeded To alfalfa this season. v furniai good quality seed. List year's crop acreage tlw dlrlaiou was acres aa couidred with la 1515, to that Ihe difference In the total amount ot grain produced Is ac- counted tor. Followlne are some figures which go lo show Ihe areragtfc for lha prov- during WSlo anil for Ihe paal ten PROVINCIAL YIELDS PER ACRE Year AvtratV) Bushels. Spring Wheat............ Wfaler Wheat Oats Barley Rye 20.27 22.76 26.51 PROVINCIAL TOTALS 1111 AND HIS COMPARED. Sp.-nc Wheat-- int 1915 Winter 1916 1S15............... 1916 ...I........... 1915............... 1916 ,i .1916 '1915 ToUl ISIS 1.M9.075 Tola) Vleld. S74.0C2 J3.361 .Meraonal ob- ervalion change lu the weather The ceasilion of lie hoi'winds thai reralled part of last week hi, the general outlook lo Le much hn- roVed: The cool winds have put an nd 16 the much dreaded- burning LD f Ihe crow which would Inevitably continuance of the hot wlndi and.lack ol rain. .Now-the outlook ot the fanner Is optimistic, though there are those who are peislialiflc. Some ipeak of Jilrty to thirty-five tmaheli to Ihe acre, while others of nfleen to twenty sushels. and a few of aimply gelling Ihelr seed .batk.-We prefer Ihe op- oullook. Tie crops are ifmndfng up well, and though'sol as well filled last year yet- Vve headed out well and are fllltzu up nicely. Reports have come some culling will commence toward the ead ft Ibli week. of 50 yara. ire okiwed down. and ibt-.oot The ene- Ten tared lo Jtrecl tie attack German's who c Teotou the'itream. TM GalM> XOM tion? fifoar feed will axttinne to ecca lodge'. ull paid except tonal ;tl thutn to IhG worth ot he. deceaBed; who was well kuo'wn hrough'pul-southern .Utah. Due lo not .'receiving the telegram la time Mrs. Kenriey and ;Mrs., Durt. Klnsey wc'r'e nbl-Kble to reach tho Utah town In lime Viola and Hazel Allen yester- day for Bait Lake, Utah, where luey will visit A party, was given B._Nal- dar on Saturday, night In honor "of the lllases AUeiv''-..: D- H. Kini'ey and jrlferand children accompanied by Mrs. Klusey's mother rcluruevl to Raymond last week after speudlug the summer at Uuh. Tho trip Loiuo was made in a motor car. tc was announced la church Sun- day that the uexl quarterly annual couforeuce of Lhe' Mormon church wlU be held In Ilila town ou Aug. 11-13. 1'eterson ot Tue 0. K. slerday went lo Ihe stain, whew will .report at army headquarter as a con9Crlplionlal. Jake who ia na American, registered on the by the U.' government. Ills join- lug Ihe army ucnoled that be wu called on the first dritt 51U auatxr- was 107. R. H. Brewerton, who b quite well kuoura in locality, having lived here a few years ago was also called in the first McKay ofOgden, re- cently ahlved in Raymond. .-He h staying home ol hti father-In. law, H. S.-.Allen. Mra. McKay pre- ded her' husband to Uanaii by about a incstb. Henry oner'.of. .beat Ii ly lo commence Uie" erection of a verjT largu barn. H will measure forty by sIxly-sU feet and: will be modern'la every respect-( This-Is .of Mr. Holmes lo make-hla farm' lo-dale, ba but recently having hid bnllt.a.beautiful i i Special'serrlc'cs "wlil.be held Jn Mprmon churches They will be In charge of trie Mutual Improvement '1- The Raymond band Eerenaded -llie "town wltli.-a, concert last night. Tw crowd Ihorougniy enjoyej. Ihe differ- ent numbers played by'the musical organization. Win. Gough has Ictt for his Utah, home. Mr. Cough, who has -been rls- lllng his brolhcr Gphralm, is'ald he surely regretted .leaving- Canada, -as he Is exlremely wnll pleased "wllh Ihe country. His Inleresls compel him lo go. ;Ke will return soon. OF COMMERCE Cjarkipn" "chartered accountants, re specriroiy. of .Montreal, and Toronto met It the city hall this morning, bii adjonrned without a day being nam cd for. a.feulon. stat- ed; .that' an. Independent examination of lie books ot the packing coiirpanlet Sna' being ;iaade and; tke report ot the accouiiUnUi engaged In. this. work wo'ald' probably not be rea'dy for aorae daye. was taXen this morning and It is probable that a. rest-slarl In at EDMUND LUD., H V. F. JONES. about wecka. THE "TWO, FOR IS HERE SEE PAGE WED. IT SR JOHN ARD.GmmlMuiijB- V.C.BROWH Sup'l of Conrml Wowri BnnchB RESEXVE FUND. Jis.soo.ooo IME ECoybMT is wo EMPTY PHRASE Do yoorphare by buildiug op a Savings account, 'pf'iiivesting in wmt securities. .-23W- Lethbridge Branch-- R 3. Brymneij Mgr have changtd av ca On outlooi; tor Ihe worse. It I: OK to amount of harm bit (w. all tume oropa A tew wMks back far- PIUS Tlieir natural action relieves the stomach of undigested food, stimulates the flow of irastric renews the activity of the liver and bowels, and the digestive sys- tem, with confi- oerice, TOT ow experience prove that Beedjam's Pills mn here com Daring with Ihe food itm, How- they are tathfied Ibtngi lo jiot look as bad as In Some wheat Is flt lo rat, alio ttrUr. TTte graeril eipecta- it ten to fifteen I wkemt 'OTD> vii' BummarfAlloV. Btnb- bls wheat Ii a Bain wtmld Wuefll ftki, CLAHC8HOLM Clveikelca, to the Clareakoln Karacten I're Marlon Billon Flnk.'AdmlMlmi Me. Evening Mora Drm- malic "Ctftoa of the North Cooius AdcblM 15c. Junior Chautauqua at 9 a.m.-. _. AfUmoon Concert 7 2.30 Evening Concert Lteture It ban decided (o make Friday Ticket Sales Day. Tlckcls are on ssilc at J. D. HIGINBOTHAM H CO. THE RED CROSS DBUG STORE FRANK MEDLEY OftilQ CO. Alio at W. J, LLOYD'S office'; Brttrfock Building mail orders should acrt. It will fiollllata the work of the vartoui c'ommliteei If you will kindly purchua your Miton tlcktti on Friday, Thli will flulcfe them In further praparatlo-nf far Chcutauqu'ii work. M srri Play.Hour.-'.'-.'- Afternoon Prelude, The- Chaiitaugua' Orchealra Admission' 75c. "Slorlea -Ward. Crand. .Concert, The ChauUuqua Orchcstrii; Wiie'ps'k.le, Dlr'eolor; .Ollye McCorrnlck, Soloist-., SATURDAY Play Hobr. Atlemoon Prelude, The Scotch Concert JjabidleV Ad- rnlBskoll ZSc. Tie Scotch Concert Party; Popular Lecture, Balance J.C. Herba- MONDAY Junior ChairUuqut Hlny Hour. AfternMn Puscant, Junior Chaataunnana. Prelade, H.wsllmn CHIP- jlettei .Popular "iWorlds In A.'D. Carpenter. Ad: rnlsilon jf "An EyenlOf IB OrtAl CtoMt Concert, WaikIKi Adtnlsslon 7k.- -t Kngllrt wllh many of PAOE OB rriiajr JHE "JWO FOR 'OftC1 it HtM II ft J' THINK OF HEARING THE OHAUTAUQUA ORCHESTRA FOR A HOW Little It tOH8 tO TRIFLE OVER TEN OR'.THE VYAIKIKI HAWAIIAN QUINTET, IN1 FULL EVENING CONCERT, OR "THE COMUS Atleid CaMBttWnU On PLAVERS-LESU THAN iae THOUSAND L'AII.CHS WITH -'u PL ATT JONES ON THE OPENING NIOKTJJEE .WV ji LLOYD IDC Ticket DUB YPUR SEAMN TICKETS THEY'ARE AC- VAHCED TO 22 Attradiflni, About lOc tach.. Higt school Children Sl.OO.