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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AGEEir.irr /AADE IN CANADA OMB OP ITS UNifi . Far matelnf M�p. Par wachfnf dishai. For eloftnlne and dlalnKtetliiK rcfMfftrator*. Far rwmovfnc ordinary abatrua-tisna fram drain pipaa *nd ainh*. RiruSK �U�3TITUTt� E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. ,,^,,, F[1E 10 BUILD L tSi.cilal to tlifi'Itffralin Kenile. AfSrch 11.-lii rcipdnse to a call for b apecial itiboI!iii; of the ratepayers of Kornte. there were u goodUv niimbpr of the lutcrested people of the town present last night In the Grand, Theatre, to t.-jko into corisiil-eration, the propo.oition to aitbtnit h.v. laws to the ratepayers of tho town, tot the purpose of buiUHnK and equipping another school buildfnfr. It \vas decided to undertake, tho erection of an THE LETimftlbiGE DAILY III'MULD TUESDAY, MARipH 12; 1914 PROBE NOT PUBLIC i.Kri)iu Our Own l.MlrrBpondent 1 Mar. 11.-Farmers Mo re- Warner. BUAME Ui S. GOVT. AVashingtou, Mar. IL'. - Frequent changes in specifications and the government's demand.s for large timbers Impossible to obtain in tho south vere blamed by members.of tho Southern Pino association today before the senate committee investigating shipbuilding, for delays in dellvei^' of shtpbulld-Ing materials. p The shlpbuUdiitK board wii� aised nearly a year ago. It w�b declared, that the south obvild not produce the larger : pizes of linibfer anil was asked to turn i to the Pacific coast ftjr fir for the heavier pieces. Not until seven months later, it ^vas said, did the board.accapt this recommendation. jolclng over tho conHtiu'a! f�ll ot|^ snow, and hopes are higli fbr an ex-j^ ceUent croH_ iRls year. I^roparatlons j ^ arc being tnade to Increase the acreage lo . 1)0 placed under crop this , ,year, and as soon as the AVeathov per-uightrooined. two, wnrner will be a nulct town, as storied building, the lower storey to (gy^^v Bvallabtc man will be out nn th� be occupied by classes from the public achool.>? that are now being nccpm- tarmw. Warner has suffered u lo�� recent- Ottawa, Mar. U'.-The court of inqurrj- Into the nccommoda-tlon, iffsclpttnc and gonornl troatmWt of woundeil aoUllcra aboard transports rettimltig to Canndti. \which is now sitting hero, will not bo thrown opcnto and public. This was > officially stated at the intllMa ^ department today. All soldiers > who have any grlovancos to ? state or who wish for any roa-  sou lo te^tUs will be heard and tho progress of the inquiry will bo gfvon to tho public through tho medium of official statements from mllltlii headquarters". New Plan to 0ev of the areas modated in rented buildings, and thejiv, in tho departure from the town upper storey, tQ be designed for thejof jjr. and Mrs. .Yates. Who .have reuse of the high school, i which Is nowUijgt^ i,e,-o for a number of years, nnd occupying a portion of the public; tinir jogs wiUbe felt in many direc school hnihUng. tlons. As a business m*an'>tr. Yates i By-l.iws aggregalins $40,000 will be ,vas one of the llvest In town, and it' submitted In a few weeks tor ratifies- is owing to tho increase.of the firms tion by the rate payors, and if eudors-j business that Mv. Yates was'obliged j to remove to Lethbrldge^ He was al-i ways a supporter of si^ortStUiid was one of tho best tennis playeri ih towu. as well us being a'.Ke*" baseball tan. His loss AvU also he felt by the Masonic lodge, in the formation of whlclf he ed, the building will be started at once, with the hope of having it ready for the next year school. Jlr. Sherwood Herchmer.-chairman of the school hoard, presided and took a most decided stand in favor of the project, taking occasion to state that the school inspectors, with one accord, i placed the Fernie schools at the top f of the list In efficiency, being sfCond | to none In the Province. There is little doubt that the bylaws will be endorsed by the voters, but it j v"' .j.^.. Is proposed to make a systematic can- ?h,u'^^U -.1-1 vass of the town to Insure a large vote. ''^'.^r.T PJJIl^L took an active part. Retire* from R. N. W. M. P. Mr. AV. Muoday. (or 14 years with (he K. iV. IV. .M. Po)lce, with Iho rank Of Staff Sergt, has severed ht� connection with" the fldftrs! of the au interest In Browne, Warn-, er's len�llng Implement dealer, and Is : malting his home "here. In addition to LUiUJHfcKLb j farm machinery, thej- will also handle Commerce, March 11.-Mr. and Airs. 1 the McLaughlin car. and have taken u P. H. Croft and Mr and Mrs. Ben. Talbot have returned to their homes after spending tho winter in CaU-i fornla. ., , i Mr. George Synabaugh. who for the '^"^Al'":.. 5J\vrTT^ .Sr*^�iv.�!i I'a^^ f'^'� months has been visitinK | NO LICENSES FOR THEIM lease of the Warner Garage,- whIcJi it is their intention to operate almost at once, for the benefit of owners of their cars. .Air. J. Nopp,.who for the past two xears has been the proprlet-! or of the Warner darage, has ,sold his through which tho highway runs In tho case of majn roads. The proportion shV.ll be, department 76 per cent, local authorities ,25 per cent, and in the case of^Istrlct^ highways,, department 25 per cent, ItKinl authorltlea 75 per. cent. In regard lo local highways the cost of 6�Mistructlon .shall be born by the local authorities within whose area the hlgltway runs. As .to maintenance the most In the caso ofjiinalil highways shall be borne tho'.dopnrlraont. and In the caso of,'other highways bjr the local authorities, i Control of main roads will be vested in tho/dopartment, in tho case of dls-ti'lct highways the'contrrtj will bo divided and In tho caHo of local highways the local authorities shall have control- .,' ' ., \ In caso of dispute between- local .liuthoritleH the power of nltoeatjon li reserved to the minister and the ^minister shall also haye power to assess a local autliorttlos Indirectly benefited by a roadi  Power Is also reserved to the minIS' ter to expend money on the construction of local highways,, Tho department may also ,build or' rebuild bVidgOB. It is provided that In parrying but any work in connection with any highway nil niocbanlcs, laborbrs and other persons. engaged therein shall be paid such..^age8 as are cur rent for .competent workmen ot_ the Clash to which s'udli. perion* rwpect; Ively belong In tho district fnwhl(% tho work Is being permltttd. Tlivl act will como Into operation on Iti^f Ist.'lOlD, VHC CANADIAN 18M,t; CO. tlMITC^ the council of the town of Quebec his homtf near North Bay, Ont, has ; P''�""''���- "',"1 j' 'All.l^ install an acetylene weldlnpi. plant, which Is badly needed in .town. This, with the Ford Garage will make three garages for Warner,' and we think there are very few towns of the size of Warner, and very_ few district� Diamond City, March 9.-A meeting was held at Diamond City on Friday evening to organize a branch of tho Red Cross Society In that town. There was a very good turn-out over which Mayor Wyatt. presided. After calling the meeting to order the chalrn>�n In-'troduced Hev. W. C. Marsh, assistant organizing secretary of the Alberta Provincial Branch, who addressed tile meeting nnd told of tho many-sided work of the Rod Cross. 'The speaker outlined tlie great ano Increasing needs Qf the-work and urged the organization of n branch in Diamond City which Avoifld represent nil of the people In that district. On motion it p*as'decided fo organize and the following' offIceA were elected: Chairman, Mr. Parker; vice-chairman,,Mri). W. C.XMark and Miss Christie;;socret-ai'y-treasurer,- Dr. Inkdote; assistant secretary-treasurer, "Mr. iMcCullough; rommlttoe, Mrs. Uryant. airs. McQuh lough, Messrs. hawrence, Wyalf and Ashcroft. It ,was decided to �9k the local miners' union to nominate ropre-sentatives to serve on the committee. D. MacNell of Coalhurst then addressed the meeting and congratulated those present on the action taken, prophesying^ great results frqm a j braiuli Ko enthusiastically started. The ladles served light refreshments and after a vote of Uianl>s to the speaker the meeting came to a close with the singing of the national anthem. The prospects are for a steady \ with the population of "this, that have ! rnn at the, mine which expects to em-.such an ample garage service to fall I V^�y double its pre^sent staff and tho back on. future of the Red Cross is very hope jir. W. Simpson, AVarrier's Inde- tul. management of Mr. John Marsh. ^ ,^1,,,,^ postmaster, has returned Quite a number of men are being eu-! [rom'his annual trip to Ontario, ami [ gaged so that the work is progressing j this time he has not disappointed his; rapidly.^ The coal which is being lift-i fiends. This time he brought back' ed is of a superior quality from that | ji,.^ Simpson with him. and they which is usuail.v found Mr Marsh Is;,vero both heartily-welcomed to town'; now m a position to handle all or-, There has been an epidemic of pin ders from the farmers of the outlying; s.^allowlng among^the Infants-of town. districts. Mrs. Thomas James and Miss Gladys Manning were visitors to Lethbridfce on Saturday. MILK KIA^ER UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 72-6 7S00 PURCHASERS OF MO-LINE UNIVERSAL TRACTORS HAVE PRODUCED A POPULARITY WHICH FORCES PRODUCTION TO THE 20,000 MARK POR 1918. (From the Sweet Grass Advocate) * It is understood that F. S. Lefflng-well, M. P. P. of Warner, 'has sold a 4,500-acre farm northeast of Milk River for ?'25 an acre. Henry EUert is in Glenco, Mont., on buslnes.i. Mrs. I. Rouse entertained the Ladies' Aid last week. Mrs. Geo. Elber met with a very painful accident at Shelby last week. Mr. AVrlght (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 ham raising will happen at Ruben Snapps farm as soon as the weather will permit. Fred'Llnd. a  well-known bachelor fanner, and Miss Nlta Bber were mar-fled at- Lethbridge on March 2.'':We all wish them every joy. . Mr. and Mrs. Wagner went to a neighbor's house the vother evening .arid when they returned homej Uieir house was full of people, a! real surprise party. , ^ which whilst not infestious, bus given the doctor at JUlk River boiue work, and parents some'^vorry,buPat^ present no ill effects havo resulted. E. M. Preston ha's moved out to the Mangln far'm.  - G. Cooper has arrived to take charge of the Connor farms. ^ Two well known Warner men ;w-Gre convicted and fined $50!00_ahd costs each for harboring an estfay animal. A rann from Milk River was fined in police court on Saturday for cruelty to animals, he having hauled.some cattle in a wagon, and .ke'ptJtfiem tied up in the wagon for nearly SB hours, when the weather was at its coldest some weeks ago. ' . J: Sergt. Moses, of the A.PiP.. was in town on business over'tli'e'-week "end. YonrTeethAreNot Alpne Organs of Service :-They are marks of beauty as v/ell. Tho preservation of the teeth depends upon the care they receive. A perfect set of teeth is hoautiful in Itself. It Imparts beauty and symmetry to the entire face. Also are^ tho teeth the servants of all bodily functions. Good healtii and good teeth are inseparable. Show us the perion whose health Is impaired and wo will show you bad teeth as' the cause, not as tho vpffect. AVhy temporize In Kuch u situation? Come to us today and wo will easily correct fcH yoi^r tooth troubles. Are you afraid'^f a dental oiieratlonT . Then remember- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. is. DrSa Bruner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Denjtj^try Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Uthbridgfe LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ' ' _  CALGARY 9FFICE-115A4lIGHTH AVENUE E, j XOMONTON OFFICE-3 JCRISTALL BLOCK Winnipeg, March 12.-^The Eyiyning Free Press ^Bulletin's Ottawa correspondent says: 1 "The refusal of Dr. �habbt. M. P. for Ottawa, the only French-Canadian representative'on the governmef(t Bide of the'house, to accept the deputy speakership because of profesaional and personal reasons^ leaves the-gpv-�rnm,ent restricted to a choice from Sir Wilfrid Laurler's followoi's- Three names are .under consideration, namely: Oeorge H. Bolvln, of Shefford; Hon. Charles Marcli of Bonaveuture and I^u^clen Pacaud of Megaritic Oplii-lou now seems to be vlowlng:. Hon. Charles liarcll with favor. He -^as speaker of the house from 1903 1911. It is underBt�y[ that he is willing to accept the post and the appointment would be cordially approved by Sir Wilfrid Laurler." . IT'S NOT SUFFICIENT sto tell the purchasing public to-� day that an articlif.. Is superior. . �Yon must prove^lt't ."TVe can prove that our res^y - Zam-Buk - is superior ,to ordinary ointments. , Zam-Bufc'is all medi6lne7-100% againstf-59i medlcinev found'In ordinary ointments. ObViously, Zom-Iluk has 959'o iriore healing power. The herhal extracts of which Zam-Buk . Is composed , arc ao . blended and refilled that the balm, has unusual i>oT�er of penetration.>, Instead of romalning on the aur-faco skin; us ordinary ointments lit St. CaiM,pAMMRY . / The Dbtninion Us cations THE Dominion Income War Tax Act^ passed at the }ast 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 3l8t March^ 1918; The Act provides that there shall be assessed.'levied, and paid upon the 1917 income of every person residing xir ordinarily resident in Canada, a tax upon income exceeding $1500 in the case of unmarried persons and widows or widowers withoufc dependent children,^and upon income exceeding-$3000 in the case of all other persons. " X2orporations and joint stock companies carr3nng oh business in Canada* no matter hpw created or organized, shall pay the normal tax upon*  income over $3000. The fiscal year of corporations and joint stock' coinpanies may be adopted if desired, " , ' Your Immediate Obligation.-You are now required by law tof-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 caSfc of Forms Tl and T2, delivertwo to the Inspector of Taxation/for your district In the ca�e of Forms, 'T3, 'T4 and T5, two copies must be filed with the Commissioner of/ taxation at Ottawa. �ie' ^endltles.-Default in" filing returns renders the person or persoihs liable on summary conviction to a penalty of one hundred dollars for each day during which the default continues. Any person making a ' false statement in any return or in any information required by the,' J\Iinister of Finance; shall be liable on siimmary conviction to a penalty' not exceeding ten thousand dollars or to six months irnpritonmcnt* or to both fine and imprisonment. ' . FORMS TO BE FILLf^ IN AND FILED vv ^ Individuals.-^Form Tl isYor all individuals having the; req^^t� income. Fill in pages l,v2 and 3; make no marks ohpage 4. In giving particulars of dividends received, state amount received from each company, listing: Canadian ^d Foreign Compames separ- . ately. ' ' . , Partnerships as such need not filie returns, b�t the individuals forming . the partnershiijs j^ust. Corporations and Joint Stbck Companies must fill ii> Form T2f showing total income. Amount paid during the year to Patriotic and Canadian Red Cross Funds, and otljer approved war funds, shp^ld be shown ; i Trustees, Executofs, Administrators of Estates and Assignees use Form T3, to state particulars ol 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 aylist Of the names of employees and amounts paid io 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 Sfiirehfeiders.-Corpoi;altionj and Joint Stock Companies shall list on Form T5 Shareholders residing 'ii\ Canada to. whom Dividends were paid ^during the calendar year 1917, stating the amounts of dividends euid bonus^ paid to each. ^ Don't wait till the last liiiinute. Get the