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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ;^PAGE.EIGHT THE LETHDttlDGE DAILY lIEnALD ANNOUNCEMENT ON , Otla'wn, March ".-It Is staieil lliat tlic details of the, organization which 1ms charge ot the collection the bo-niinlon income tax havo bt'eii>i)ractU--ally arranged and an nnnoiincenient will bo made iu the conrsc of a ftew days, by thrn department of finance. Tho time for tilling in forms by Individuals giving information as to the amount of income was extended some time ago from February 2S as provided In'tho'legislation of last session, until March 31. Nelson ia to havo: a elder factory, the promoters anticipating a big demand tor this wholesome beverage now that prohibition is in force. NAME NEW SENATOR | PROM NEW BRUNSWICK Ottawa, Mar. 7. - An ordei" In council appointing Mr. Irving Todd to'the New Brunswick vacancy in the senate caused by the de�ith ot Senator Gllmore, will be signed by his excellency the governor gener- . nl today, it Is understood. Mr. Todd, who belongs to Si Stephen, N.B., Is a Liberal supporter of the-unlon government. PRESCOTT BOY WAS taLLED AT VT. WORTH Fort Worth, Texas. 3\Iar. 7.-Burton Hiirlburt, Royal Flyln? Corps cadet, whose mother lives aiPrescott. Ont.. was killed,this morning when he tried to make" a landing. .Ho was flying with .-ui in.sJrnctor at U�a time. Tho latter in the back scat, was uninjured. Hurlburt'ls the thirty-sixth cadot killed here. .,- . AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Will you have a cup il'THE nVKROUN FHONT Paris. Mnroh ?.-Coutlnuetl activity on the Vordun trout* whom heavy artillery flshtlns, ftud ratdtvK operations have-'l)ecn in .l�rcMjrc83 for several rtdys, 1* rBiwrtcJ In today's official comniuuicntion,  4> � � STEAMER ASHORE An Atlantic Port. Mar. 7.--A steamship, the SusqnehaniA, believed to have been tho vessel of that name owned by tho CJrea|, pakes Transit Corporation, went ashore today on the coast near this, port.' Coast,guard rescuers removed/tho,"thicty-seyen members of the, crfew.r The r^sseris not thougUl to bo In daniger of ljr6aklng up.. Tugs haVe. been "Sent to her aid. Tixo *r6w said . the Ship. .2,827 tons gross,'sailed trQra'ari'Buropeon port with chalk.' ^ ASSESSMENT IS (Special to the Hei;ald) Edmonton^ Mar. T.^Tlie blir to am end Medicine liat city charter was before the municipal law committee of the legislature this morning "and the , limit on the tax wite was removed on tba agreement'by the city council to 'reduce the assessment to a fair valuation. - TUe questions of a tax on building and tlie imposition of an income tax I were deferred pending th^ introducing : of the government measure to provide i'citles with a wider scope tor taxation in order to assist them; in relieving their tinanclal ditticulties.' SIGN PEACE WITH JHEiFlNLAK Amsterdam, Mar. 7.-Official an-, nouneemant %vas made In B�r)lh today of the signing.of � peace~ treaty between Germany and Finland and also of trade and thlliplno agreement* and a supplementary protocol. The treaty was signed at noon today. �.X nnlllinoro, Md., iiiir. .7.-!-CixuglU rod-hnniled in the navigating rooiu ot the hurricane deck ot a Unltod Stntn.s traniiport when'it was in thn danger zone and nenring n Kuropoau port, Edward Otis, 2S years old, supposed to bo a Husslan, and lookout maniaboard tho transport, was arrested when the sloamship -ronched' an Atiautlc poit and Is now in the city Jail "hero, a government priaonor. A warrant ciiM'g-es him with violation ot, ttie fotlorol ositlonage act. ' ^. Claiming to be it Itus^iiin subject. Otis is of Teutonic appearance. He was caught in the navigating rodni tampering with tho instruments controlling tho transport's steering gear, said a government official, "mu\ from l|io Information we have ho was not gazing at the machinery controlling trio gear. There was somothing elao. The gear was tampered with.'.' MAYBIG RECRUITS aUEANDCIlSTOMS Ottawa, Marcir'T.-It, is understood that In connection with.tho cabinet reorganization made necessary by" the defeat of Hon. Albert Sovigny arid Mion. P. K. Biondin, the government V. ill add tho department ot inland rpy-entie to the customs department, thus reducing the number of government departments by one. i The bringing itlto force on April 1 of war time prohibition will have u tendency to greatly reduce the import- an attraction for the o.xhiblt.on, the - - � ' . 1 -I....... _ --- wovid An effort is to be made to bring to lietlibriOgG during exhlhltlou week an officer ot the royal flying corps and one ot tho machines for exhibition purposes and chiefly, of course, "as a re-cruitkig atnnt. This matter has already been discussed by the fair directors, ai^d Slanager Moore has taken the matter up with Sheriff Young, local representative of tho flying corps, who In turn is taking it up with the hea4quarters -it Winnipeg. It is felt that aside from its features ancc of the Inlind revenue depaftment and a decision to make It a sub-department of the customs department would occasion no si^rpriso here. / ^ TILSONBURO FACTORY^BURNEo' Tilsouburg. Out.. .Mar. T.-Fire ,Iast night, completefy destroyed tho malfl building ofthe Huntley .Manufacturing company. The loss will not be known for some-days, but probably -will am-lount to ^100,000 on, the building' exclusive of niachlner.v, tools, and new machines ready for shipment to the northwest which iwlli make the total loss several times the above figures. The loss is partly covered by insurance. h schetue as a recruiting stunt have biff, results. Tl WiUgiye more satisfactory results when selected' from our stodk-becai^seiyo^|:' have the largest assortment m Southern Alberta to choose from. ' ~ y S HavSijg been supplying your wants for years we know the SHOES_you need, j B^g FOOT SPECIALISTS we can give your feet proper attention as t to^WT^^ � S-TVLE and other necessary requirements which assure comfort and more wear to your shoes. ^  ; - Plain colors are best forspring-such'as 6laclc~, grey, dark brown and white." ,/Don't forget that Oxfords will be the piioper thing for women's wear.this summer. We can give you^aU widths and fit your feet properly^ Y' W. J. NELSON & CO. Corner of 3rd Ave. and 7th St. S. Sherlock BuOdinr Automatic phones arc now in operation at Sw^iftiiCurrent. It-took just thirty>ecoriUsfjto* f HUN  statement Wued today by the"  French war offic^annpunces the �  repulse of German raiding' * eric^ns on a ^ew sector in Lor- >  -raine.' ' , > � - _ �� : � � > � � : > : REPULSED ? ATTACK. * , ���> -T An otticial * � 4: London, Mar. 7.-Whether Sir Kric Geddes. first lord ot tho admiralty, was^i-ight or wrong, in dismissing Ad miraljelllcoe front the post ot first soa lord, he had done what He considered beat in the interest ot the country, Andrew Bonar Law declared in the house ot commons today, as Spokesman for the government in reply to criticisms of the lord's action. He added: "The premior has assured 'me priv ately that he had tihs-olut^iy n"othIng"to do~with anything that has appeared in tho press'regarding Admiral Jellicoe, and that the suggestion was entirely unfounded that any member ot the government, either the premier or Sir SJric Oeddes. had taken such u despic able course." LISTEN TO THIS! ^AYS CORNS LIFT RIGHT OUT NOW '� "Vou rfckless men and .women who are pestered with corns and who have at lenst once a week invited an awful death froiji lockjaw or bloM.poI.ion are now told by a Cincinnati authority to a drug called, which the moment a tew drops are applied to aliy corn, the sor'enesis is relieVeii .and soon the entire corn, root and all liftrt out with the tlugers. "n It Is a sticky ether compound which dries the moraeht it" is applied and simply shrivels tho corn without in (laming or oven irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. It is claimed that a quarter ot an ounce ol' freezone will cost very little at any ot the drui; Ktpres, but is aufficlent to r"id one's feet ot every does .ndtw- N ',To rectify this anomaly Lord Farrer moved in the housq of lords, when the lords dealt with the Franchise bill on report stage, tho insortioil ot words to-make the term "man" in the bill include any peer. "I cannot Imagine anything mora humiliating.'' ho said, "than for a member of your lordships' house to .aeo his wife voting while he himself is treated as an idiot or "a felon.'" 'I thought It possible some such proposial would bo made," said Lord Poe). "I tidmit the curious anomaly, but there Is a common law provision against peers voting for members of tho house of cominon.s, because the.v have certain special privileges,',one o� th?m the review measures in thlH house." He mentioned unotlvcr auom'aly: a bishop keeps\hls vote on Joining tho Episcopal bench but loses It ^when his turn comes to sit in the house ot lords. The gpvornmB'nt did not take a rigid lino on the amendment, but Lord I'oel. couhsolled i^s withdrawal in view of the somewhat privllDgod position of peers,' ' . (The amendment was negatived without a division, ADMIRA^L PRAYS THR?E qAVS Chief of Uiittcd'states Navy; Attended Three D�yt'Mission Slontreal, - In connection "with tho uiiening of a t#o weeks' mission iu, St Putrlok'n church hero last nli^ht, Rev Father Joseph 0," Fleming, q� the New York Apostolate, stated .that.AdmJval Benson, chiot of sitaff b�. the' UnlteiJ States navy, atteiided, a three days mission at Overbrook, Pa.,, in August last.' "iDntrusted with the greatest; re sponslbiUty ever Ijmposed upon one American," sold ,FaUier Fleminij. "Admiral Benson, by retiring from tlid-Avorld for three days' mQdlatlon and prayer,- alone witli Eternal WlS' doro, unciuestlonably put on i the hnmstplaie. of rigliteousnoss and the I .sword ot^truth. In preparation, for the great'work, before him. Uly coua tryi "8 well wf*.,A'"n'''�l Benson, will he the gajnuivljy.tltoae.'tovv,days spent; in ;�ra.vor withDie Lord of iJaltles." THUBSDAV. MARCH ,7, lUH Bay" 30 PAIRS ONLY, PILLOWS ; Iteslmatiou size. Uogulap' $2.25. Friday ami Satuv-\^ ^0 day, pair 20 PAIRS ONLY, ALL FEATHER PILLOWS Regulation size. Regular $3.50. Friday and Saturr.'a aa day,,...:...... i..............,.. A ..............'.,* CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER KID TOP LACE BOOTS Classic make, wide fItting.'A splendid boot for dress wear. Sizes'8 to 10Vi. Regular price 53;50. Friday and O'OQ � Sptufday':............^........,...... ...... Cievaf LADIES'PATENT LEATHER\BLACK POPLIN "10 �incU cloth top lace boots ^ylth Cuban heels, ihedtum shorti-vampr'A'very dressy and serviceable boot for, street � wear. All sizes. "Regular price $8.00. Friday and ^. k o a Saturday ....... ..... ..........^.......fw*Oi3 MEN'S PATENT LEATHER BLACK POPLIN Cloth top bals. Kngli&h last, Goodyear welted soles. Sizes : 10. This is an ideal boot for dress or street wear. � aa . Regular price $7.50. Friday an^ Saturday____........ Oa^fSI --^-I_'' "'. � '_:__^1__'._!_I , . .., , MEN'S CRAVANEnE^OATS GuiWnteed absolutely shower proot in assorted^.a a a '.CQli^rk. Sizes 36 to 44. Regular $12.50, Special......'iv�9�f SjONLY, BOYS' ALL WOOL JERSEY SUITS Color brown. Sizes 26 and 28. Regular $5,50.' Spebiais:.-.xw-:.....7c....:..',..r........ 3.99 WEEKEND PACKAGE Adams Chiclets, candy coated gum. Regular 30c 0(f|_ value. On sale Frlilfty. and Saturday............... bUC ^PAULINE DELICIOUS KISSES .Tho moreybu eat the" greater the treat. 7,^paokets, OC_ . regular 35e. Friday and Saturday................mOQ ASSORTED CREAMS ^ Delicious flavor. Jlegular value '35c. Friday aiitl Saturday, lb....................�... 20c GANONG'S, PAULINE AND ROBERTSON'S CHOCOLATES ^ . Fi'irit flavor and bard and nut centers. Regular 'Oc^a-uui 75c lb,. Friday and Saturday, lb........4vC CLEARING ALL LINES'OF I^RUG SUNDRIES Cr6am,ot Roses, Cream ot Violets, Liquid ShaniTOp, IJcr-oxide Crpnnil Nail Polish and Toe Komfort. 25c and SSfiTt A.^ , .ClearipBjFrlday and Saturday, each ... lOc SOFT AND HARD REAL BRISTLE TOOtA BRUSHES ^ ~ Rcfeulav 2oc lines. Friday and Saturday, i g � each";: ......;..:.............v........... .19C each BRISTLE HAIR AND CLOTHES ^RUSHES RbKUlaV 50c values.;'Oh salo Friday iit>d" Saturday, ij^^j LITTLE DARLING AND LITTLE DAISY HOSE ?; Im crtaiii, black, sky, red or .J;an. On Balij^.Friday j and Saiiirday., per pair 35c, 40c,,45c'�nd^>.-,_j .flj 200 yards; 9-4 sheeting Full so inch. Good heavy quality. .Regular 75c':'iAf I value. On Halo Friday aiid Saturday .'.'yard..,.'. .\.... h'^'^^wCr heavy english WLLdW CpTTdil|;^ ! ^44 inches and 4() IjacliCM,!circular,'Wldeverywhorij*(jgfe'3 50u yard. f;viaiiy und^Saturduy,'. ijBrd. .'..��,/,'.., ... �f 9C Bbn't'fail to read; our advertisement in this' issue / / detailing our