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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE OAIL\ HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 101 1 Recent Picture of Premier Stewart 1 1 i r i ! J I Kor some (imp past a number of citizens have boon mooting to devise ways ami eiumii? of improving the moral condition of tne'clty. At a mooting held this week in the Y.M.CA. an organization was formed to be known us tUe Social Service Council of Lethbridge. This organization is non-sectarian, n unpolitical and purely local, having no connection with any outside organization. The following is a brief t synopsis of the constitution: The object of the council shall be the promotion of such social service movements as are approval by a majority of the representatives present at any regularly called meeting. The method of procedure shall be the promotion of these movements by means of education and legislation. Any church, society or organization which is in sympathy w^th the object of the council, may be given representation as a unit on the council if accepted by a two-third vote of the delegate? present at any meeting; providing membership has been made at a previous meeting. The ufftcers shall be a president, vice-president, secretary and**a treasurer, these, together with five' members elected by the council, shall constitute the executive of the council. The regular meeting of rhe council sha'.l be held on the fourth Monday in each mouth at the hour of $.30 p.m. A special meeting of the council may be called' at any time by the executive. , ThQpfollowing officers were elected: President, Dr. W. S. Galbraith; vice-president, Rev. \V. F. Burns; secretary. G. \V. Parsons; treasurer, F. Kenny; executive conwaiittee, Kev. Father Mc-Caffery. Rev: C. E. Cragg. Rev. A. K. Snow and Messrs. S. S. Dunham and Alex. Johnston. / 0 baking CONTAINS NO ALUM is a pure phpsbhdtc baking p LE>?I HARKER, MAGRATH Again electefl president of the Southern Alberta Wool Growers* Association. The "perfect leavening qualities? of " Magict" ^combined with its purity and wholesomeness make it-the ideal baking powder. ' The ingredients are plainly printed on the label and our half century reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality of these ingredients., ^.> " 6 1 * U. S. AVIATORS KILLED E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG TO R O N TO,0 NT MONTREAL regularly called application for Fort Worth. Texas, Mar. 10.-Two American aviators, Lieut. Harold An-i HERE IS A GERMAN WHO BOASTS ' respondent in Berlin as haTing replied ABOUT KEEPING HIS WORD I to a question re*u*ding the-chancellor's intentions in the event of the Amsterdam, M*r. 15.-"I stand or I Prussian franchise bill being rejected. dre of New YorJc.Citv. and Cadet Jos-jfu11 wlth tUe 1)111 for tne etl"al fran" eph LaT. wh, �,, V,e frOD, | Xffi ZZA"* r CABINET HAS RESIGNED _. _...............- - ____........ ' London, Mar. 15. - A Kc titer dis- CampTiek in DaUas, were killed in a xhus Count Von Hertling. imperial; patch from Jassy. Rumania, says the fall at Hicks Field this afternoon. German chancellor, is quoted by a cor-! cabinet of Avercscu^has resigned. TO ABOLISH TITLES Victoria, Mar. 15.-F. W, Anderson, Kamloopsi will on Thursday next, introduce a motion in the legislature to the effect that, an address should bo presented to tho Dominion parliament asking the latter to put nn end to tho practice of hereditary titles being given in Canada, PREMIER STEWART fs the first premier 4n the British Empire to lead a legislature of which women are members. IX. REBELS TAKE HEADACHE I est for Liver and Bowels, for Biliousness^ Sour Stomach and Constipation. Get a 10-cent box now. Furred Tongue, Bad Colds. Indigestion, Sallow Sfcln and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage In a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery-Indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mentar fears, everything that 4s horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent bejx, from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take & Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and , never know* a miserable moment. Don't forget the children-their little lnsides need a food, gonUs learning, too.-Advert OFW III The following officers .were elected at today's session of the South Alberta Wool Growers' convention: President-Bishop Harker. First Vice-President-Ray Knight. Second Vice-President-C. S. Crest. Business Manager-Frank Colpman. Directors-H. S. Allen. Raymond: W. G. Smith, Leavitt; Harry Goodwin, Kimball; C. S. Crest, Lethbridge; Albert Green, Taber: R. E. Patterson, Stirling; R. C. Harvey, Lethbridge; Ray Knight, Lethbridge; Levi Harker, 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. S. T. McLeod is said to be the most likely man for the position. El Paso, Texas, Mar. 16.-Information was received here .today from Torreon, .Mexico, stating that revolutionists hid captured and occupied Dn-rango City. No date or details,were given in the meagre reports received \ here. As Francisco Villa's main force j has been campaigning in the state of Durango, it is believed here that tho reported capture of the state capital was made by hU command. No confirmation of the report has yet been re-ceived here. - FATAL ACC I Fernie. Mar. 16.-As a result of a fall of rock in number one mine south 3 i Insomnia Cured Without Drugs N. S. MINERS 10 Coal Creek this morning Albert Kaleta. a Slavonian miner, was kilH d. He leaves a widow and small children. The men in number one south came off shift and that,part of the mine is idle today. Internal Bathing Relieves tho Cause. If you do not sleep there is always tome cause. Don't start dosing with drugs. Nerves can't consume them. Relieve the cause and a good, sound sleep will be the result. The system cannot be right if the Colon or large intestine is not kept clean aqsl free from all waste matter. Bathe internally if you want perfect health. Mr. 0. F. Voight. Rapid City, Man., writes:-"For several years 1 suffered from Indigestion. Nervous Debility, Insomnia and Constipation. Had no appetite, and doctors did not expect 1 would live throughout the winter. Your hook interested me. I got a M. B. h. Cascade' and in*a few days obtained remarkable results, i now sleep and enjoy my meeds-, better1 than for years before. I regard,the 'J. B. L. Cascade' as a Godsend tome." The "J. B. U TZascade" Is a per- 6cteeV appliance for Internal Bathing, vented by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell of New York, and has been the means of restoring thousands to perfect health. It is shown and explained by the Red Cross Drug and Book Co.. Lethbridge, who will he pleased to give you an interesting book called "The What, The Why, The Way of Internal Bathing" on'request. Ask for it.-Advert. MU.ftW.0FA. High Heels Put Corns on Toes Who cares? Corns or calluses lift off without any pain. t i ^Halifax. Mar. 16.-A dispatch from Sydney says that by a vote of nearly 98 per cent of their membership thj* Amalgamated Mine Workers of Nova Scotia have decided to affiliate with the United Mine Workers of America, an organisation with half a millioi members. The vote was decided upon at the last convention of miners and was taken following a visit from officials of the U.M.W. of A. The Nova Scotia miners who thus merge with larger-organization number!about 10,-000 and it is thought probable they soon wil he followed by the miners of Invorneseand Pictou counties numbering about 4.0(H). CANACA The nc Act Forms giving -particulars ihcome year 1917 must be filled in and filed on or before the 31st March, 1918 Section 4 of the Act provides that all persons resident or ordinarily resident in Canada, shall pay a tax upon income exceeding $1500 in the case of those single and widows and widowers without dependent children, and upon income exceeding $3000 in the case of all other persons. It also provides that all Corporations and Joint Stock Companies, no matter how created, shall pay the normal tax upon income exceeding $3 000. The Forms provided-by the Department of Finance to be filled in with particulars of t;he 1917 income of all ttfose whose incomes are liable under the Act, and by Trustees, Corporations and Joint Stock Companies, with information required of them, may be obtained from the District Inspectors of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres. * v Forms obtain e Special Features to observe Individuals-Get Form T 1 to give particulars of their own incomes. In stating Dividends received, give the amount from each JCompany, listing Canadian and foreign Companies separately. Fill in pages 1, 2 and 3 only. Do not mark on page 4, The following sample answers, (printed in italics) to questions asked on pages 2 and 3 of Form T 1, will help you to fill in correctly your copies of the Form. . PAGE 2. DESCRIPTION OF INCOME. EXEMPTIONS AND DEDUCTIONS PAGE 7500 Returned soldiers in New South Wales are evincing a keen desire to obtain seats in the Local and Federal Legislatures. Twenty-three are standing as Nationalists ro Queensland. Th* Australian feubHe welcome the soldier element into politics, but se*�m indisposed to place them in positions of authority at present. The movement, however, is steadily gaining ground, and may result in the creation of a new Australian party. Because style decrees th a t women crowd and huckle up their tender, toes in high heeled footwear,1 they suffer from corns, then they cut and trim at -these painfull pests which ; merely makes the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women are warned to ' stop it, 1 A few-drops of freezone applied directly Upon a j sore r� or tender callus j gives quick relief ai$ soon 1 the entire corn or callus, 1 root and all, lifts off with-: out pain. Ask the drug atore man for a tiny bottle � of freeaone. which but a few cents, hut ficient to remove hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet; GROSS INCOME DERIVED FROM- 1. Salaries and wage*......None..................... ^ 2, Professions and vocations......None............... -. 3. Commissions *.. * * .from sale of Real Estate......... $iooo 4. Business, trade, commerce or sales or dealings in prop- erty, whether real or personal.................... 5. Farming (Horticulture, dairying or other branches) None......................................____ - 6. Rents.......................................... ?$o 7. Dividends (A). Canadian Corporations- Standard Transportation Company Ltd.;....................... Jtainbow Mining Company Ltd... (B) foreign Corporations- New York Trading Company.,, Albany Tool Company' Inc...... 8. Interest on notes, mortgages, bank depofits and  securities other than reported in item. 7 Interest on Mortgages........................* Bank Interest............................... I20O Par Value Bonds of Jones Paint Co. Ltd..,. iooo Municipal Debentures, Town of Midvah.... 9. Fiduciaries, (Income received from guardians, trus- tees, executors, administrators, agents, receivers or ' persons acting in a fiduciary capacity)- ; Income {not capital) from Estate of Andrew Doe " {People's Trust Company, Executor).......... J/J 10. Royalties from mines, oil and gas wells, patents, franchises and other legalized privileges......None - 11. Interest from Dominion of Canada Bonds, issued � exempt from Income Tax $jtooo. ..... 1$0 12. Other sources not enumerated above-- i 1-2 Interest in Shaw Hardware Company Partner-*hip)..................................... 7$Q 33. Tofal Income........,................$10,941 AMOUNT CLAIMED FOR- ^4. Depreciation.. .On Store Building {not land), (Brick) .. $ j-j? On Equipment, used in-business......' 140 . n Store Fixtures.................. joo 15. Bad debts; actually charged off within the year...... 40 � 16. Allowance for exhaustion of mines and wells., . .None - 17. Contributions actually paid to the Patriotic and Canadian Red Cross Funds and other approved War ^ Funds......Patriotic and Canadian Red Cross*.....f-' 250 18. Interest paid on monies borrowed and used in the business......Mortgage on Store Property, $1,000..�, 60 19. Federal, Provincial and Municipal taxes on property Used in the business- �- .-^ General Municipal Taxes....,............ X80 20. Idterest from Dominion of Canada Bonds, issued �: exempt from Income Tax........................� j�o 21* Other claims for deductions must be specified in detail- Business Operating Expenses..................-f 42OO Repairs (staling particulars)....................v 150 sameaeaeT^^_ *afl 22. Total Exemptions and Deductions....... $539$ 23. Amount paid under Business Profits War Tax Act, 1916, w Inch accrued in the 1917 accounting period...... Year 1 ending December 31, 1917-None. t I hereby certify that the foregoing return contains a true and complete statement of all income received fry me during "the year for which the return is made. Date......I'jfh March, 191S. + Signature......John Brown. costs in nut- every 1 I Freezone dries In a moment and^simply shrivels up the corn or callustwithout even irritating the surrounding skin. Women! Keep a bottle pf freezonfl handy on* the dresser and never let a corn ache twice.-Advertisement. Corporations and Joint Stock Companies. Use Form T2- giving particulars of income. Also attach a 'financial statement. Under Deductions, show in detail amounts paid to Patriotic Fund and Canadian Red Cross or other approved War Funds. Trustees, Executors, Administrators of Estates and Assignees use Form T3. Full particulars of the distribution of income from all estates handled must be shown-as well as details of amounts distributed. A separate Form must be filled in for each estate. Employers must used Form T4 to give names and amounts of-salaries, bonuses, commissions and other remuneration paid to all employees during 1917 where such remuneration amounted in the aggregate to $1000 or over. Corporation Lists of Shareholders.-On Form T5 corporations shall give a statement of all bonuses, and dividends paid to Share- holders residing in Canada during 19IY stating to whom paid; and the amounts. . Pon�lttiBS�7-pefauIt in filing returns renders the person or-persons liable on summary cqnyiption to a penalty of one hundred dollars for 'each day.during; w'Kich' the default continues. Any person making a false statement,in any return or in any information required by the Minister of Fmahtfc sliall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding ten thousand dollars or to six months imprisonment, or to both fine ancNmprisonment; In the case of. Fdrms TI and T2, keep one copy of the filled in Form and'file the other two with the Inspector of Taxation for your District. In the case of T3, T4 and TS, keep one copy and file the other two, with the Commissioner of Taxation, Dept. of Finance,'Otta"wa. - 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 documents forwarded by.pwil to Inspector of Taxation. Department of Finance Ottawa, Canada ;