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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta monday. mai\(:h .x, 1!)in r'AGE NINfi ore New Garments.... Outer Just Arrived This Morning by Express A wonderfully attractive show-ing now on display in newest suits and coats, skirts and dresses, waists, petticoats, etc. Newest Suits ....... $42.50 to $85.00 Newest Coals ....... $27.50 to $50.00 Newest Walots........$225 to $13.50 Newest Dresses.....$27.50 to $55.00 Newest Skirts ....... $10.00 to $27,50 Newest Petticoats'..... $1.75 to $9.00 PHONE 1224 Smartest Trimmed Hats $6.50 to $17.50 . A BplciuUd ahowiiiK of cnrly f, Boy Scouts. Timrsday at 7.45, (i. A. Friday at 4.15, J. \V. A.; at S.OO. choir practice, St. Patrick's Church.-Wednesday, opening of the lental services: Morti-iiiK service at 9.00; evening service at 7.30. ]''rlday, morning service at S.OO; evening sorvire at 7.30. Choir practice for the male members on Wednesday and I'riday evenings. L, D. S. Church.-The Relief Society �} -Mr.i. F. W. IK-.wner I'lMunied lo the. city on Sa.ttirda>' fmm N'anrouvcr, wliere t-Mr. has bei n ri'i'iarly four year;; service with i tlic noth Hatlalion.' lie will later ' turn Id ()K city on iSanniiiy wiili liie Calgary Uotarians. No raise in price,bii-t tKe same val\ie as always. Made insiantly-no boiling needed, INowasie. Nolefi-overs ioihrow away. Coniains noihin^ harmful to health. Always ready for quick service . When ordering your table beverage, why not consider Jnsiant^ Postum. "There's a ReasorL-'J ISISUCCESSFOL ;ne X'ikings" and the Mal! kindly Iirini; | I'e:)ria, Illinois, liefore Koiu:; \u j tlieai with I'len:. .Ml ilioi^e wisiiing i Ucaih. California.  I to j,)in the orchci-tra are asked to |  * ' j eciminunicaie with tlie secrelary, .Mi.^ Dr. ColTin was a visitor in ilie ciiv 1 .M, .Moon.'. ! i';-oiii Coronation for a slior; lime laj-t'  �  i week. 'i'lie l.Hdie.s' Aid of St. Patrick's 1 *  * eliuii-iL. win liold liieir whiiewear and Mr.';. Fred rhiliips i.s vi.^iling with pai.tiy e-al^' SOCIAL EVENT i- : : : : * : : : ^ : !� o 9   4 In Honor of State Leelurei', Rev.| Ftither Fitzpatrick of Medicine Hat FINANCE DEPARTMENT. dominion income war tax act TO WHOM APPLICABLE. Every person who in 1918 resided or ordinarily resided in Canada or was employed in Canada or carried on business in Canada, including corporations and joint stock companies. WlH^P .SHOULD FILE RETURNS. 1. Every unmarried person or widow or widower, without dependent children under twenty-one years of age, who during calendar year 1918 received or earned $1,000 or more. 2. All other individuals who during calendar year 1918 received or earned $2,000 or more. 3. Every corporation and joint stock company whose profits exceeded $3,000, during the fiscal year ended in 1918. FORM FORM FORM FORM FORM FORMS TO BE FILLEP IN AND FILED. Tl. By individuals, other th(in farmers ond rancheri, TIA. By farmers and ranchers. T2. By corporations and joint stock companies. T3. By trustees, executors,.administratorsof estates and assignees. T4. By employers to make return of the names of all directors, officials, agents or other employees to whom was paid $1,000 or more in,salaries, bonuses, commission or other remuneration during the calendar year 1918. FORM T5. By corporations, joint stock companies, association �rd syndicates to make retilrn of all dividends and bonuses paid to shareholders and members during 1918, Individunln comprising partner^ihips must file returns in tlicu' individual capacity; i  GENERAL IIjIFORMATION All returns must be file^.IN DUPUCATE. , . Forms may be obtalnijd frofn Uie Inspeqtora and Assistant Inspectors of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres. Returns sbouUl be'filed immedintely. Postage must l>e prBpaid oti letters and other �documents forvyarded by mull to Inspectors of Taxation. > . Addresses of Inspectors of Taxation for this District ; C the delicious home (�.lOking and.eatvily liad disap-iwared. TJic l*a taldoi.'-crowned with The llist.::y Cui-reut I'Jvcnfs ; section of tlie .Mailiesi.s l,hib will meet j Willi Mrs. Clias. MctMenaglii'.n, corner of 12th St. and I'.tli Ave., at.'.l o'clock on 'i'ucMlay aficrn.'jii. ,  �  The I'roUieon 'i'oung l-aUies' cla'fs of \'\'es!ey (diiir.ct sketch fairly teeming v,ilii fun and laughter. Camp Comfort, where the "Lords of Creation" are disp;irting themselves. Will Instal S.30,000 .Worth of Machinery-Worli to Start  At Once flowering primulas, were not the least ,5,,. Island, where of the al.ractu.ns, wh.M'o (he nic the occasion, andmucli merviment was caused by the Ingenuity of the various guests ennlunies. GOVT. TO ACCEPT QUOTA Contracts for the JHO.IIOO building being eiecteil iiy the Coca-Cola (.Vj. in l.ethbridge have been awarded according to C. F. Itolaud ot Winnipeg, general manager ot the coniimny for U'esterji Canada who is in the liiy today. 'I'he ronlracL must bo completed by April l.-.tli in order that the com-liany may instal the .$;!0,000 plant with whicli the local factory will be enuip-ped. so tliat the opening may take place oil May 1st. .Vecording to .'Mr. Howl.ind there are eight plants liite that to bo erected in i.etlibridge. to be built this year, 'i'hese are located in Vancouver, l.ethbridge, Calgary. lOdmonton. Retina, Moose .law. Saskatoon and Brandon, i The cost of each complete will bo Si:2,00l) and in addition' a !f-;.=;o,OnO addition is being made to the Winnipeg plant. This is tho company's million dollar program for Western Canada Ibis yeilr. The Lethbridge plant wliich will be situated on Sth St. S. will be one storey and a halt baaenient, witii tlie foundation constructed to carry three storeys, it will be all white with large plate glass windows in front, making it a show place. It will employ 11 or 12 men and K. B, .Miller of the Winnipeg branch has already been named as manager. The plant will be etiuipped to turn out 80 iiottles a minute which will mean an output of 38,400 bottles a day. 'I'ho equipment will include a Leow hydro soaker and sterilizing machine, a low pressure stamper and tiller and automatic crownors. 'J'lio same policy will be followed In the local factory as in tlie big plant in Winnipeg. "3 \\a.\e been travelling this territory for the past five years and 1 am DEAIH OF IS. ALLEN The death of .Mrs. M. A. Allen, whrt has been a resident here for about (�ight years, took place at her apartments iu tlie Hull Block, this morning, at the ago of 7,"> years. The late Mrs. Allen, wlio was known to a wldo circle of friends in the city, has been ailing for a long time. She was, a iiutivc of H�wke.=)burg. Ont., and came west over ten years ago. tor soma time residing at Red Deer, and removing 10 Lethbridge about eight year.s ago. Her husband died many years ago. ,Vlrs. Allen is survived by one son, Rupert, and one daughter, .Miss Kdnii .Allen, who has boon accountant at McKlllop and Co. stores, for nearly ten years. The funeral will take place on Wednesday al 2.;!0 p.m. froiu tht) parlors ot :\lackay and Boll. CONSTIPATION have stood the te�t of time. Purely vegetable^ Wonderfully quicic to bantab biliousness, headache, indlKeation and to dear up a bad complexioa. . Genuine bean sJendurs PALE FACES Cenaraily (ndicata  kck of Iron In the Blood Carter's IronPills Will balp this condition j in dovlsi'ri,? their various The evening until 12 o'clock was spent TluU the prnviiieial goverumeiil will least l.eth-,000,01)11 na.' )n-wliether the The Rolarinu Indies of Lethbridge ' "'l''^'' /'f province want it or in dancing and music, and a very |'� "'-'Ked to at le, dainty luncheon wss servtM. s ciuota c. tho S2a,00o.i i � � al lioiuing scheme in'oney w ALKOFBIG mm Though Iho Herald ctln lafbtRln, con-1 flrma'tlon nowhere, there Is a well-defined I'liiir.'or tliat moniod inleret^ts I are considering a proposal to erect .111 I upt'n-dato bott'l in tlie city during tho coining summer. The propo.iod lo-Icalloii is the comoir fa'Clng Gait Oar-deuB and tho ClMl, ynrdn at tho northeast corner of tho park. This location would bo very close to tho po'.txt whore It 19 likely Ihe C. P. R. will build tho now Ktiilicn when tiio timo cnitit'.i for that expondlliire, Ontsldo �ekpltnl Is Interested In tho project. ontertaliiod the vi.siliug Calgary Rol-urian ladies at a very delight ful bridge not, was hinted very ' strongly by 1 Mayor Ilardie at llie regular iiicaliiig and tea on Saturday afternoon, .M the ^' '-""'Y'' ""^ morning, riie home of Mrs. F. M Spooner. Five l^^""^^' "olng taken up wltn ,.,hi�, I,!'n,,,.,i.. ,....,.0 in ,i,.,. .iin ,i.i.,. Premier Stewart and willi General lable.s of cards were in play, the prize going to Mrs. Willlaius of Calgary. Tho tea table was bright with spring dniTodilH and .smilax and a very pleasant tea hour followed cards. *- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 ? : ? ? ? : > ? The death oeciiiTed at Preston, Ont,, of cno of the town's ftioisl.' highly ro-lipoctod cltlzeuB,. Anna Alarlo, wltb of ,J. D, WebBtw." ' ,.. � Alberta Musical will cximmonce rehearsals next Tues-l day night, March,'Kb, in tlie Knox i church, beginning at ,S o'clock. .K hourly Invitation is extended to all 'singer.') of the city choirs, iiud a spe-, clal invitation is extended to all 1111-: j attnehod filngers, j The choruses to be performed at' ' tho cx)ntlng concert at the e,nl�fe.vtUie."SsnB .o�, Stewart ,tlio local member. The mayor stales that the government need not obligate Itself for the whole iiuota cf .A.i'lierta, but only tor what the vnrion.s miinici))alities may ask tor to meet their needs, U is realized by tbe ini-'.-nbors of tho ctty council that Leth-brldgo has n i-erlous housing problem J face, there being a groat dearth ot : : : Rouses a: the present lime, while the luovemeut of llie' Lt'thbridge troops i'Y.itlval Clioriis ],,,(5 I., Toanj. j,^ "THE BILL ,|g^ BETTER IN -'J^' 'OLE" AT 8TARLAND, THURSDAY, Vf^RIPAx'.AND SATURDAY, Thp .greatest .picture of ilio PLEASED ? What girl wouldn't be pleased with a box of Moir's Chocolates? Moir's Chocolates have long been famous for the smoothness, richness and thickness of their chocolate coating, and for the wide variety of their delicious centers. MOllVS LiMlTI-D, HALIFAX, N. S. ' Moir's . Chocofaies Canadian" Food Control Ulcango Numbers &-776, 1,1-687. 80.1 7111 9111 ;