Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE Elf,NT THE LETIIRRIDGE DAILY IIKUALD TUESDAY, MARCH 12,191� JS D| ERNIE TO BUILD WARNER F TV I* * > > ! PROBE NOT PUBLIC ttADEIN CANADA SOME Or ITS USM'i Tor malting �e�p. Per wattling disne*. For elocnlng; and ! respemb'u: t I Warner. Mar. 11. -Karmers are re! juicing over the continual f�!l �f! snow, and hopes are high for an ex-, celleni crop,, this year. Preparation:. -are being made to increase the aero- ! age to be placed tinder crop this i year, nnd as soon rs the wenthi pe' -1 mits Warner will be a nnict 'own. as e�ery avdiluble man will be onl o,i the' faro::-. I*?* Ottawa, Alar. 1-.--The court !? of inquiry into the iiccommoiln-j treatmPTit. of wounded soldiers I here, will not be thrown open to ? the.press and public. This was ? officially staled at the lutlUia ? department today. AH soldiers ? who have any grievances to monts from militia hetulqitar- per cent, locnl authorities 25 per cent, and in the case of^listrict highways., department 25 per cent, Itfcul authorities 75 per cent. In regard to local highways the cost of ewiistruction shall be born by the local authorities within whose area the highway runs. As to maintenance the most in the i'uho of main highways shall be borne by the'''tli.vpurt.muni and In the case of other highways hy the local authorities. t Control of mttiii ronth will bo vested in the department, in the case of district highways the contntl will be divided and In tho case of Weal highways 'hp. local authorities shall have control. In case of dispute between local .authorities the power of allocation i8 reserved to the minister and the "minister shall also have power to assess a local authorities indirectly benefited by a road. ' Power is also reserved to the minister to expend money on the construction of local highways., Tho department may also build or' rebuild bridges. It is provided that in carrying out any -work in connection with any highway all mechanics, laborers and other persons engaged therein shall be paid such .wages as ore current for competent workmen of the class to which such porsons respect. Ively belong in the district in whieA the work Is being permitted. Tlia^ act. will come into operation on J�u, 1st,'1919. The Salt in DemandTcHlary tdsor it>ie Salt WHB CANADIAN SALT CO, L1MITZr> lease of the Warner Garage.-it is their intention to operate which | : almost | their cars. Mr. ,1. Xopp. who for the pasc two years has been the proprietor of the AVarner Garage, has .sold bis j premises, and will devote all his at-> teution to his large farming opera-1 tions. i -I. A. Piueau. AVarner's only drug- : gist, has almost completed the erec- ! tion of a new and commodious gnr-j age, which he intends to name the j Service Garage. The lmilAing is 50x1 imi j feet, and i\-U\ be fully equipped, AAV i understand that \Ir. Piueau intends to j install an acetylene welding.. plant, j which is badly needed in town. This. ] with lite Ford Garage will make three garages for AVartier, and we think : there are very few towns of the size of AYarner. and very few districts : with the population of this, that have such an ample garage service to back on. Air. W. Simpson. AA'arrter's ind-e- ^u'-fatigable postmaster, has returned ( = from'his annual trip to Ontario, and ' this time he ha re has been an epidemic of pin ' swallowing among.the infants~of town, j which whilst not infestious. has given ' the doctor at 3111k River home work.; and parents seme worry, but* at pres-; lough, Messrs. Lawrence, AA'yatt and i Ashcroft. It was decided to ask the ! local miners' union to nominate repre- ' sentatives to serve on the committee. D. MacNcil of Coalhurst then ad-; dressed the meeting and congratulat-; ed those present on the action taken/ prophesying gri'ai results from a; branch s.o enthusiastically started. The ladies served light refreshments, and after a vote of thanks to the; speaker the meeting came to a close I with the singing of the national an-; them. The prospects are for a steady: run at the mine which expects to email i ploy double its present staff and tho future of the Red Cross is very hope- 7500 PURCHASERS OF MO-LINE UNIVER8AL TRACTORS HAVE PRODUCED A POPU-LARltY WHICH FORCES PRODUCTION TO THE 20.000 MARK FOR 1918. MILK RIVER (From tlie Swee; Grasp Advocate) It is understood that F. S. Leffing-well. M. P. P. of AYarner, has sold a 4.50i!-acre farm northeast of Milk River for ?25 an acre. Henry Kilert is in Gleuco, Mont., on business. '.Mrs. I. Rouse entertained the Ladies' Aid las; week. Airs. Geo. lCber met with a very painful accident at Shelby last week. .Mr. Wright shipped another car of horses here last week from Manitoba. The 2-15 school opened March "4, with Miss Davenport of B. C. as teacher. A real old fashioned barn raising will happen at Ruben Snapps farm 33 soon as the weather will permit. Fred Lind. a well-known bachelor farmer, and Miss Nita Eber were married at Lethbridge on March 2. AAV all wish them every joy. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner went to a neighbor's house the other evening and when they returned home Uieir house was full of people. A real surprise party. ism no ill effects have resulted. K. M. Preston has moved out to the j Mangln farm. ' j G. Cooper has arrived to take charge i of the Connor farms. : Two well known AA'arnef men were i convicted and fined ?,r>o.0il and costs \ each for harboring an estray animal, j A man from Milk River was fined i in police court on Saturday for cruel-1 ty to animals, he having hauled some j cattle in a wagon, and .kept, them tied up in the wagon for nearly :!6 hours. I when the weather was at. its coldest | some weeks ago. i Sergt. Moses, of the A.P.P.. was in \ town on business over'tue'-week end. i Your Teeth Are Not Alone Organs of Service -They are marks of beauty as well. The preservation of thr teeth depends upon the care they receive. A perfect set of teeth is beautiful in Itself. It imparls beauty and symmetry to the entire face. Also are the. teeth the servants of all bodily functions. Good health and good teeth are inseparable. Show us the person whose health is Impaired and we will show you had teeth as the cause, not as the .effect. Why temporize in such a situation? Come to us to day and we will easily correct til you� tooth troubles. Are you afraid' of a dental operation? Then remember--- MJUIOL MAY BE. ! DEPUTY SPEAKER! -- .1 AYinnipeg. March 12.-The Evening! Free Press Bulletin's Ottawa corres- j pondent says: j "The refusal of Dr. -Uhauot, .VI. P. I for Ottawa, the only French-Canadian representative on the government side of Uie house, to accept the deputy speakership because of professional and personal reasons^ leaves the government restricted to a choice from Sir Wilfrid Laurier's followers. Three names are under consideration, namely: George H. Bolvin, of Shefford; Hon. Charles Marcil of Bonaveuture and Lucien Facaud of Megantic. Opinion now seems to be viewing lion. Charles Marrll with favor. He was speaker of the house from 1903 to 1911. It is understock that he is willing to accept the post and the appointment, would be cordially approved by Sir Wilfrid Laurler." IT'S NOT SUFFICIENT to tell the purchasing public today that au article' is euperior. Yoa must prove it! We can prove that our remedy - Zam-Buk - is Buperior to ordinary ointments. Zatn-Buk is all medicine-100. Higinliothitm A- Co., Ltd.. druggists, Lethbridge. -Advertisement., D. D. D. 1 CITY CHARTERS 1-Special to The Herald) j ICdinonton, March 12.-The appointment of a provincial commission of, municipal experts to inquire into the j 'conditions of the cities of Alberta and j j make recommendations for a uniform. \ ' character for urban municipalities . was urged upon the municipal law j committee of the legislature Tuesday 1 by a deputation of citizens from C&M j gary. Yhe deputation represented a I recently formed organizntfon of the : southern city as the bureau of wuni-, cipal research. The importance of haying one basis of government for . cities was ompha�ised and the commission, it was pointed out. would be of great help to ihe legislature in de.-Itermining come, definite ylan for operation. Food Will Win the War Servs :.our country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it cosy for you to begin. Lands ttt to $30an acre; irrigated land up to 550, -.'U years to pa^. Loan to assi�. t setilers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from AUAN CAMERON, C�'IS#L C.P.R. Im(i '�">: tit St. Eatt, CAkOARY CANADA. The Dominion Income War Tax i Its Meaning and Application* THE Dominion Income War Tax Act, passed at the Jast session of Parliament is noW in force and all those liable to taxation under the provisions* of the Act must file the required returns for the year 1917, on or before 31st March, 1918.* The Act provides that there shall be assessed, levied, and paid upon the 1917 income of every person residing or ordinarily resident in Canada, a tax upon income exceeding $1500 in the case of unmarried persons and widows or widowers without- dependent children,^and upon income exceeding $3000 in the case of all other persons. " .Corporations and joint stock companies carrying oh business in Canada* no matter how created or organized, shall pay the normal tax upon1 1 income over $3000. The fiscal year of corporations and joint stock companies may be adopted if desired. Your Immediate Obligation.-You are now required by law to fill out in triplicate, one or more of the five special forms enumerated below. Read the particulars about the forms provided, then note the form or forms that fit your case. Don't forget to make three copies.' You keep one copy, and in the case of Forms Tl and T2, deliver two to the Inspector of Taxation for your district In the case of Forms, ' T3, T4 and T5, two copies must be filed with the Commissioner ofj Taxation at Ottawa. ��. Penalties.-Default in filing returns renders the person or persons liable on summary conviction to a penalty of one hundred dollars for each day during which the default continues. Any person making if false statement in any return or* in any information required by the JVIinister of Finance shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding ten thousand dollars or ro six months irnpriSoruucnti or to both fine and imprisonment. FORMS TO BE FILLED IN AND FILED > Individuals.-Form Tl is *for all individuals having the.'reqtllsitt' income. Fill in pages 1, 2 and 3, make no marks on page 4. In giving particulars of dividends received, state amount received from each company, listing Canadian and Foreign Companies separately. Partnerships as such need not file returns, bjit the individuals forming the partnerships must. Corporations and Joint Stock Companies must fill in Form T2,; showing total income. Amount paid during the year to Patriotic and Canadian Red Cross Funds, and other approved war funds, should be shown � under Exemptions and Deductions. A financial statement should also bcattached. In giving particulars of dividends received, state amount received from each Company, listing Canadian tind Foreign Companiesrseparately. i Trustees, Executors, Administrators of Estates and Assignees use Form T3, to state particulars of the distribution of income from estates they are handling. A separate form is required for each estate and total incomes must be given as well as distribution thereof. Employers. On Form T4 employers shall make adist of the names of employees and amounts paid to each in salaries, bonuses, commission, or other remuneration wherever the combined sum of such-remuneration for the calendar year 1917 amounted to $1000 or more. This applies to all classes, regardless of number of such employees. Corporations Listing Shareholders.-Corporations and Joint Stock Companies shall list on Form T5 Shareholders residing in Canada to . whom Dividends were paid during the calendar year 1917, stating the amounts of dividends and bonuses paid to each. Don't wait till the last minute. Get the,necessary forms now, and make your information accurate and complete. Forms may be obtained from the District Inspectors of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres. Postage must be paid on all letters and documents forwarded by mail to Inspector of Taxation. Department of Finance Ottawa, Canada THOBURN. ALLAN, CUSTOMS BUILDING, CALGARY, ALBERTA, INSPECTOR OF TAXATION FOR PROVINCE OF ALBERTA AND NORTHWEST TERRITORY. 7501115?