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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 15 T6W TMte bETHBRIDGE DA1L\ HfikALb SATURDAY, MARCH 16,, IfllS IJRegent Pictureof t^remier Stewart premier stewart fs the tlrst premier4fl the Brltlah Empire to lead a legislature of which women are member*. "MSCIIRETS" FOR 11" HARKERJMTH, GOLD, BAD BRUTH AGANPRESDEf �it for Uvcr and Bawttt, fer.Blllou*-ntMi^Cour Stomach and C�n�> tipatian. Get a 10-cent bom no v. Pnmd Toncue, Bad Colia. Isdisea-�tion, SaHew S)[ln and Mlaerabie Head-cbea come from a torpid liver- and clofcad bowel*, which cauae your tataJBiach to become filled with undi-gcitad food,'which sours and fenneata like sarbage In a swill barrel. That'a the first step to untbid misery-In-dicestion, foul gyses, bad breath, yellow skin, mentar fears, everythlBg that its hotrible and nauaeatini. A Cascaret. itonisht will Klve your constipated' boiveli a thoroush cleansing and siralghteB you out by momluB. They .'work while you sleep-a 10-cent bqx from your druggist will keep ^ou feel-'ing'good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and theji to keep their stomach, liver and bovali regulated, and^neTar knont |4 aiHgrable moaent. Don't'forgat tha loWllfen-their little Inaidea need a '-* t**tle waanataK, to�.-Adrart InsQmiiit Cared Witkont Drags '.'-Intamal Bathing Relieves the-' ' Cauae. Por some time past a number of cltl-lens liavc been meeting to devise ways and muans of improving the moral condition of tlic'ctty. At a meeting held this week in the Y.M.C.A. an organization was (ormedt to bo known as tUe Social Service Council of liOthbridgo". This orga'hixation is non-sectarian, non-political and purely local, having no connection with any outside organisation. . The following is a brief, synopsis of the constitution: The object- of the council shill ho the promotion of such social service movements as are apprpvM by a mn-jorlty ot the representaltves present at any regularly called. meeting. 'The method of prbcedufsVahaU be th^ promotion of these.movements by me,ins of education and legislation. Any church, society or organisation which is In sympathy wUli the object of the council, may be given representation as a unit on,the council If-.ac-cepted by a two-third vote'ot the delegates present at any'reefularly called mectlug.- providing application tor memberslilp lias been ^ade at a prevl-M ous meeting. " The offtcers .shall be a priesidjnt. vice-president, 8.ecreta(;y ahd�a treasurer, these, together *ith five" members elected by the council, shall constitute the e:jecutive of the council. The regular lyeetlng of the council shall be held on the'fourth Monday in each month at the hour ot 8150 p.m. A special meeting of the council may be called" at any time by the e.t-ecut'lve. ' i ThQ,toUowing officers were-elected: President, Dr. W. S. Galbralth: vice-president. Rev, W. F. Burns'; secretary, G. W. Parsons: treasurer, F. Kenny; executive coD�rfittee, Itev. Father .Mc-Oaftery. RevJ C. E. Cragg. ReVi A. E. Snow and Messrs. S. S. Dunham and Alex. Johnston. y .REBELS TAKE OCIIY le^i marker; MAGRATH Again eleetejj president of the Southern Alberta Wool Growers' Association. ' u. 8. aviators killed �The following, officers .were elected at today's s'esiion of the South Albcr-, ta Wool vGrowera' convention: i President-Bishop Harker. First Vice-President-Ray Knight. Second Vice-President-C. S. CreJt.. Business Manager-Frank Colpman. Directors-H. S. Allen, Raymond; W. G. Smith, Leavltt; Harry Goodwin, Kimball; C. S.' Crest, Lethbrtdge; Albert Green,: Taber;-. R.. E. Patterson, Syrling; R. C. . Harvey. Lethbrldge; : Ray Knight, J^thbridge; Levi Barker, Magrath. � . ' The ' executive was instructed to name a permanent.secretary to give his whole time to the work of the association.. An office will be opened here. N. T. McLeod if said to be the most likely man for the position. EI Paso, Texas, Mar. 18.-Information was received here ,todny from Torreon, Mexico, stating that revolutionists hid captured and occupied Du-rango City. No date or details^were given in the meagre reports received here. As Frs^ncisco Villa's main force has been campaigning in the state uf Durango, it is believed, here that' tbo reporteif capture of the state capit.\l was made by his command. No confirmation of the report has yet been received,here. . - / FAIALACCIDENI Port Worth, Texas, Mar. 'ifi.-Two Ameriean  aviators,'Lieut. Harold Andre o'f New Voilt-City, and. Cadet JoS; eph Lanagan, who came here from* Camp^ick in Dallas, wore killed in a tall at Hicks Field this nftenioon. It is a pure.ja|i9^dlte bakii^ der, and is guarahte�l^by us tb:be the Thc^rfect^ Icavcnlni^ quIpSifof " MaW'.'icbittbihcd with it* purity andrwholcsomencss maWB'it^'thc ideal baking ppwdcr.;^,;:; The ingredients are" plaiiYly printed 6n the label and ouc half century reputation should be sufficient guarantee^of .the,high-quality [ot these ingredients.,.^.v^ ^is^ � E;W.has resigned. ^ to abolish titues Victoria, Mar. 15.-F.'w. Anderson, Kamloops) will on Thursdiiyi next iii-troduue a motion in the legislature to the. otfect that an address should bo presented to tho Uonilnion parliament asking tho latter to put an end to tho :Practico of hereditary titles being glv-^n in Canada. E If'you do not sleep there iS; always �om^ cause. Don't start dosing with drugs. Nerves can't consume'^ ,them. ilellOTe the cause and a good, sound alefp vriU be the result. The system cannot be right It the Colon or large intestine is not kept ,cleaniai|^ tree from alliwaste mattar, Bktiie Internally If you want parfeat .Health. Mr. CP. Voight, Rapid City, Man., wrltas:-"For several years 1 suffered from IndigesUon.'^Nervous,Debility, Insdnnla and Constipation^ Had � no : appetyite, and doctors did not expect I would live thirauKkput the-wintar. Tour iliook interes^d me. I got,a"J. M. jj. Cascade' and.' in t a *,faw. daya obtained ramsrkable re^ilta. I now Bl�ap an4 enjoyray ma�lt battarfthau for yean I. I CBgar^\tha 'J, B. L. Oaaoada' .before, ______^.---- as K'Qodaand to'rtsu�st. Ask for n.-Advert. N.S.MHTO, AFFILIATE WITH THEUJIOFA. JIallfaxr'Mar 16;-A dlsp^ch from .Sydney says that by a vote ot nearly 98 per cent of their membership tt;^ Amalgamated Mine Workers.ot Nova Scotia have deoldecl-to attlliate with the .United. Mine iWorkers of' America, an orgajBlution.vWith' half a miiIio;i members. The vb|e wag^decided.upon at the last convention ot-"miners" and was uken following a visit from offi-eUla of-tha U.M.W, of A. The Nova Scotia" Winers >rho thus merge' ^with Uarger^organlzation numbeit about .10,-000-and'It Is thought probable they soon ,wll-ba followed by. t^a miners of InTdrncat^and Ptctou countiea number-tor ab6tttv4,00O./. . ' Ketum�� �Aldlers 'in New South Wales are evincing a kaan dealre to obtain seats In the Local and Federal Laflalatures. Twanty-three are standing ai| Natlonallsta^hi Quaansland. Tha Australian hubtte welcome the soldier element into nolltics, but seem ^indisposed to place them In posIWons of autjiiorlty af present. The movement, however, is steadily gaining ground, and may result in the creation ot a -new Australian party. Fernie, Mar. 16.-As a result of a fall of rock in number one mine south or Coal Creek this morning , Albert Kaleta, a Slavonian miner,'-was-killrd. He leaves a widow and-small childrAi. The men In number one aouthbame off shift and tbat,part ot tha mine is idle today. High Heels Put Corns on Toes Who earaaf * Corna er eallusea lift off without sfiy pain. ^ \ Because' style d?cre'es that .womenv .^rowd ant| buckle up their tender, toes ta high :he01ea footwear,' they ailffer from corns, -then they cut'and; trim, at -these painful^peStg which merely makes the corn grow hard. This ' suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women-are ^warned to Wp It. A fewdrops of b-^e^one, applied directly;, riipon ,' a aore Arn or t'ehdc^> callus gives qufck relief, ati||'s6bi( the entira corn-o'r callus,, root and all, Mtts /off with-! out pain., V''?' the,. �|rUg atora raan;tor;a;tlny;:bottie of freeione,- -.whlph coiiis but a few o.sflts, .but III suf ficient to rertiove'every hard or soft "corn or callus from one's feat." ; F^ezone drle* (n a ino-ment andTslmply shrivels up the corn or callus,wtth6ut even irritating theay the normal tax upon iticoihe exceeding $3000. The Forms prbvided*y the'Department of Pinanc;e to be filled in with particulars of ^he 1917 income of all tKose whose ihcotnes arie liable under the Act, and by Trustees, Corporations'and Joint Stock Companies, with information required of them/may be obtained from the District Inspectors of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres. V,': Forms to obtsdn jlpecial I Features to oliserve Individuals-Get FofmiT*^! to give partieulars(of theii: own incomes. In stating Dividends received,, give the amount from each jCompany, listing Cana^ui-iuid fo.reign Companies separately. Fill in. pages iTs and 3 only. Do'hot mark on pagej4.'r , " ^ �!;;:�:" ' . ; V'"'" ;' ------:- -� The following sample �hsw�rs, (printed in itsUcs]| to questions asked on'pages 2 and 3 of Form' Tl, will "help you to. fill in correctly yow cbpi^es of the Form. , - PAOE 3/ DBSCRnrrioN OF iNco^r GROSS INCbMB DERIVBO FROM^ . L - . I. Salaries and wag�i..;... .None............ . . ^ I>rofcaskm8�ildiraeations......Ar0ne............... - 3. riaimiissUiiia 1. ./rmi sale of Real Eslate.........fiooo 4. Businesa, trade; oomaierce ot sales or dealings in prop- erty/whether raal or personal.;................. & Parniag (HSrtlM^twe, dino^ or'othtf te JVo��.*............................ 6. Renta...................................... 7. Dividends (A). CanadiaH Corporatums- ^ � . � Standard Tran^portaiion Company  � , m.i....................... � g Xdinbok MinintCmipanyLfd... '� W fortitit Corp0ralions- ' ' New York Tradint Company..... Albany Tool Company^ Jnc 8. Intereat on notes, mortgages; bank depeSiU and � securities other than reported in ite^ 7- , Jnlerest on ifortgates......................... Banklnltrtit................................ iaoo Par Value Bonds of Jones Paint Co. Ltd, jooo Municipal Debentures, Town of Midvalt.... 9. Fidudaries, (Income received from guardians, trus- tees, executors; administrators; agents, receivers ..,Jlfrtr/gai5e on .Store Properly,'Sr,000... i Oa 19. Federal. Provincial'and Munidpfkl taxes on property, used in the busine^-' --^ _ j^.-i General Murricipal (Taxes..............., i.. .771 . tSa 20. Idterest from Dominion of Canada Bonds; issued % exempt from Income Tax................s JJ9 31. Other daims for deducticms must be spediied in detail- Business Operating Expenses...................f 4tOO Repairs (slating particulars)..............^ 15a 39.' Total Exemptions taid^ Deductions....... fS39S 33. Amowit paid under Business Profits War Tax Act; 1916; ' 'W|ich accrued in the 1917 aOxiunting period...~,. ..Kear il- 'ettding Decimber 3ti^..V~"'::7';' CorpofatiMM ami Jsfnt jtiMll CsmpanlM. Use Form T2r-giving particulars of lncomeJ;�.:Al^o-:a'**'=^ sfTmancial statement* Under Deductions; show in'detail-amounts paid to Patnoti.C ^ Fund and Canadian Red Crass Or other approved War.Funds.' Trustees, ExacHtws; Mmliilstiators sf Estatoi and Asslgnest use Form T3. Full particular* of the distribution o(rincgn�)f,^rom all',': estates handled must be,shb*n,,^p; ^ell as details of;ampunts^^is-;, tributed. A separate Pann^nuA be flllea in for each^estate. >f y^; Emplayats must usc4 Fem T4Htngive-;names and amounU ofr salaries, bonuses; 'OommisaiMU and other: remuneration- paid to .ajl ; employees ditriAg-ISJlTiwhcre such remuneration amounted in th(t', �eKregateto$IOar��er.; ^ t ^ Corporattan VUtt Sf' Hwwhslisrs.-On Form T5! eorporatlona shall give a aUtcptent of aUbonuses, and dividenda paid to Share: Postage muslkt Paid on alt httert and dncument% fomiarded by.matl to Jnsptclor'i^T'axattoni' ' holders'rcjiiilinSi-'invCanada during I'^^atating to whom paidl . nnd the" amounts}'.'^ .~ � ' ' ftawitliMk^PeriluIt'iii'fiiing returns renders the person or.-peraons ' liabM Wwtnligaty pctnyiption to a penalty of one hundred dollars for >ach''df)^rdJiriftS wh)ijhVthe'd continues. Any person ranking a, '/aj�C sta'IfepeWliBff^ or in any information required by the' �'vNJai*^lift'^;Flfft^iS^^^^^ on suihmary conviction to a pen- ir idty;rtot:&M�iinfct^'^ doliara'or to six months imprison- � meh'ty-or^TO W^tiv^ % ^^�lh�tllfc�dl��f ' \ �*��, ' .  ' Forms ihaiy>^ (Obtained Jhmi the\Dij�Hct InapSctpra of Taiation and from tha'Poetmaster^Jit all Icadingtcentres. Ottawa, Canada 8173 13640031 ;