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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tfitHBRIDGE DAILY HfiRALO T XetbbiH^^e 1>etal^ vJi DAILY AND WEEKLV ^reprleti>r* and Publlshsn* FH* tCTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- >. INQ COMPANY, LIMITED ,123 6th Street South. Lethbridgs W. A. Buchanan ".Presfdent and Managing Director tehn Tohance  - Buslntsa Manager Bnatnesa TELEPHONES OKice .............. 1252 Office .............. 1224 V. Subscription Rates: DftHy, delivered, per week......ItCj Dally, delivered, per year .....fS.OO Dally, by mail, per year ......$4.00 SVeekly, by mall, per year .....$1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 Dates of expirj- of subscriptions; appear daily on address label Accept ince ot.-papers i.fle: expiratim date Is our authority to continue tlie sub Gcrlptlon. wido consideration, 'nro �worthy of more'tlian passing mention. Tlio fran-clilse is to.'be'extended to the, women In' Doujinionj affairs and ttio outside civil service is to be put on tlie samo ba.'sis as tlie inside service .The latter action has boon taken by means of an ordor-in-councll, but legislation will be nocoasary to confirm it. Tliose two legislative measures, it is hoped, will hiivjf the effect of purging Canadian politics of the evils of the past and will make tor better government. Immigration, colonization, land settlement, development of our natural resources are all mentioned, Indicating the government's' intention, to develop our Dominion that we may tile better c�rry the financial burden of ti\e war. The fuvoraWo tradq balance now existing i.s one incentive to further dovnlopment and rcieeivcd mention in the speech from the Throne.- No mention wa.�; made of railway legislation^ It is possible the govern- NEW very%fe\v hospital-districts with fewer than 20 towi�hlpa.' That might be taken as^tho minimum' area, nn'd taking that at 8 cents an acre it would give the district n revenue of $14,000 per year. Accortllng to inquiries ho had rtiore it would cost $1000 or $8000 to operate such a hospital. That would leave about $7,000 a year to look after capital expenditures. That seemed amine. "Jt the way is left open for larger expenditure," said the minister, "then the way la. left open for the agitator against the'*act/to prevent its adoption." ^ A new clause .was udded giving the minister power to add territory to' an established hospital district- under such conditions of voting as applied under thp act to the establishment of the original district. Women May Vote During the discussion It was elicited TUESDAY, MAftCH lO; 1018 ^Mmed up in a f^ASSING ^v^y MAN Calgary streeiVallway had a surplus j of flOOO for February. . ' -Upkeep of (Soverfiraent House at Toronto for the last year amounted to' $2S,000. , Hev. Robert Turloy, M.A., rector of Pakonhani, has been appointed Rural Dean of the Arn^pripr deanery. , The U. S. aovernnient will . spend $21,000,000 ou new harbor facllUIcB at Boston. The Michigan, War Preparedness Board haa^purcliased one thousand Ford Tractors.''. Chatham Red Cross campaign to THE PROGRESS OFTHE WAR &rJous fighting is.,occttrring in Si berla now between the Bolsheviki and their opponents, in which many Japan Bse'resldents of the country have been kHledr-The-Bolsheviki are beingjrtd-8d by.'released German prisoners, under German cQmmanders.  ', TheiAustro-German troops are now almost In complete possession .of ^sou-tlfem Russia, fiaving ta*ken Odessa wltff scarcely 5'blow delivered. This ts another exemplification of the Ger-tnati-'policy of annexation. �' - - 'The'supreme wax council of .Ihe: allies has =c6ndemned the German ijolioy with respect to Russia, and has declared for" a cotttihuation of the war until complete'-victory. '  kUUL I in., ,j , .p,.---- ,----.--- .,.^.o.,.4.,......., ......- ,______ .iziug the stops for the formation ot a meat is not yet ono otT a policy on the f''osi'ltnl '"sflct women-ts ^cU^as men , . ,1. . 'could vote when the husband civme railway problem, but that the railway, definition rate^payable per- situation will be nircd during the sus-jj^n jn the act, n person^living within sion goes without saying. The ceremony of opening the new session was devoid of the usual pomp, indicating a desire for a session of reaf business. That is all the country aslcs. that on the original plebiscite author-1 ^^^.^^ ^^^y^ ^^^^^^ $042.32 over $10,000 " aimed at. ' Twenty thousand soldiers unfit lor further sertflco ire.to be brought back to Canada this spring. Mr. Ooorge MiUigani.tho, well known cigar manufacturer, died at Toronto. - AssighBd pay and allowances to dependents of U. S. soldiers now ' total-$12,000,000 a monUi. \ Ninety factories afo engaged in tho PMductlon of the new Liberty motor truok.,^ ' . \ Tho Texas legislature favors tho con-tinuatton ot tho stu^y of Gorman in schbola... Tho degree of doctor of laws will bo conferred upon Lord Shaughncssy, James M. Bock, of New York,- and Maurlcd Hut'ton, of Toronto, by Mu 0111 University, Montreal. . W,(lAT ABbUTiTHAT^ -, HttUSlNCr. ACCOMMODATION? i': "It Lethbridge had the - hdnse � ac-cjotnmodation-- today we wotild � have a pqpdiatloir Of fe,000.' Tj;i8 -statement; -was . made .-'to; ~; the Jierald yesterday and we quite believe It: . '' Somei days ago. we asked whether |nyone had a solution for the housing Itroblera; No one has- come for-ward jet. To the Herald it seems as if Ae mayor and council, the board of trade and other such organizations ^onld'be giving the question of hous.-iag Ui�-,most serious, consideration. There is nothing.tlybe gained by saying,. "It, can't be_.dohe.",,That's, not J ' .the'way'.to tackle''this i^oblem. It" ihou'ld' b^f^e, 9i^?,f,-greatest.interest to sepure p'^opuIaUo^ and'seS tJMit'Uiey^'' jUnd' accbmmoaailon. � - Tliat's vSat'will (help'reduce the taxei. Nothing''6Ise ^11. : Right now men'aresending their fttilies toithe cqasti,and lb Cal^afy ^ive beciinse they cannot get houses Stingy- something, can be -done '"b put a .stop to this loss. It is too erious a problem to be allowed to go jritl^out some determined effort to olv�^lt ,!^PL'ANT AN ACRE !lfOR;THERED CROSS." U Afiout a year ago six weak Presby-nerian churches in a rural section in Mouth C'aroUna came to the.conclusion i^jl^ey would'support a missionary In (3hina. All told they 6ad about 380 @emb'ers, and they had been contribut->500 lo foreign missions. After dls-luBSing the mat.tei; it was decided^ to raise a subscription of acres rather |b^n money, a^d while a'few promised Sioney, the othewi promised tho crop pn fortjr acres: ^he result was �ur-b|-lslngi .Thirty-two of the acre sub-pcrlfcers'ttfi"rield ih'over $2,400,'the" con^ -IbuUoDfi ranging from $10 1,0 $108 an sre. The experiment proved so sue-Ipesstul - that these six churches are jBOw considering the raising of all jtheir ^church funds upon the acreage tbasis. Here is a good stiggestion for ^e rural Red Cross sjicieties of this /province. Letv^them make their slo-ian, "Plant an acre tor^he Red Cross.' Saskatchewan farmers did this forjBel . .^an relief and produced great rbsults. ;^he Herald believes thefe are hund-rpda of farmers in this province who #ould' be ^lad to subscribe to such a ^an for the Red Cross it the organl-jfitloa werp to tackle the plan in the proper way It would -not affect pro-d(uottpn but it would swell tho Rod ^roB8 funds for^ which there Is the greatest need right now.' CONSOLipATED SCHOOLS AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING. SouUiern Alberta leads tho province in the number of consolidated-schools in Alber\a. This is a significant fact, and the evidence that the people ot the south desire the best facilities' foi' the education of their children. As there are many other school districts in the soutft "wliich' are at present considering the* advisability of consolidation, the Herald reproduces herewith the finding of Dr. H. W. Foght, specialist in rural school practice in the State of Washington who has just completed a special investigation of Saskatchewan's school prob lems for the departinent of eddcation of that province. He says: - 'Wbile_ consolidation is resorted to tlie district and pnylnir rates To deal with the case of union hospitals supplying a district in Alberta,-rfnd a contiguous one In "Saskatchewan,-a section was addeid authorizing the district in Alberta to enter into an arrangement and empowering It to raise- the necessary money for the support of the institution. Drunken Chauffeurs During the conslderatiou of the statute law amendments, a provision was added to the motor Vehicle act Impos-j ing a penalty of from" $20 ^ to $60, and Un addition providing .for cancellation Jof license, and'cerlittdate .0^." a.perapn convicted>^f intoxication while driving a motor vehicle. . The justice or magistrate ihust notify forthwith the provincial ^secretary of the conviction. . , At this point,. George Hoadley raised a protest against.wh.af ha described as the Absolut^ injustice of taxing motor trucks which were employed exclusively in citieq. Thq .cities should have power, he saiS, to tax these vehicles themselves-^Premier. Stewart said a protest had been received frOm Calgary, but us a matt'er of fact extensive repairs were necessary to'high-ways leading out of. ttiat city-by reason pf motor truck traffic.' " , " . However, as the licensies obtained from the motor . vehicles' . vere' now Deserters from all points of Niagara District will be taken to St. Catherines, which becomes a point of moblliiatlon jf. B. Leroy, manager of the Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation at St. John, N.B., will retire May 1 and reside in Toronto^ Helena Power Company, London,, Ont., notifies all .ponsumers that they may discontinue service to them on May Ist. W. B. Champ has been appointed managing director of the Hamilton Bridge Works Cp., .succeeding the late R. M. Roy. In a fortnight 204 arrests under the Military Service Act were made in the Maritime provinces. Of these 181 men became, soldiers. bout 20 returned panies acting as official trustees �; jj^j.^^^ -jvho'are baldfc^to stay. U. S. railroads are ordered Director-General McAdpo to make hand Docomboi^ 3lBt,'''1017, When prl-vato,.^control cfhaqd. - � � � , � If Bcod corn Is noT. nvalVablo the grontor projjuctlon committee of 'tlio .Ontariov^borde^r tclties 'plan to plant (las on..litl Hand latitat lias jiot boon cultlva^d for fl|ve'rnl^yeara. The capture of Odessa by tlio Germans brings ^pprohenalotifl tor tho safety ofV'the , -American Red' CroaB mission which' U.S. Minister Vopicka reported having- left Jassy for Odessa. - A roquoiit had boon made by Calgary military lioadquartors tor the return from Franco ot Major J. N. Gunn to assume the position ot deputy to the aBsIstant diroctpr of medical aorvlcea. M. H.,.(Stuart Dunning, secretary of companynBrA'Votaol etabin aoin bin the British Postmen's Federation, has been selected to accompany tho inter national delegation to the United ^ States. . , ' tho land to bo supplied to the employ-' eOB Without rent. y i Jlrs, Jos. Fletcher," formerly of Woodstock, who died recently In Vor-novf, U.C., hap be(fueathed'$60d0 to the -Woodstock Central Metli.od|Bt church, and also $1000 to the Hospital Ladlea' Auxiliary. -\ It Is officially reiiortod at.�i usuilly the practical step to take. Saskatchewan should avoid, howeveh tt-,,nd"trv'and'atiawer it-nn^ Hon C' �the-type - Of .consolidation that -means ^^Mit L^elfllid t^at'11^ &ry 'fS "�"'^^ territory ^fff^^ particulars could be had with '^n^^^^i^^^'f^'-K^:-i^r-'%V^ regard to all the companies.,- -'. ' w..^f ? schooLin the j Weir wanted to kno>^ the names ' Wrt''^I'^n?H^l*^^f.'5 �f the companies outside the: province I^Jk^SIS- � j^'*? which were acting - In this capacity, ^askatcheiyan. consolidated school | ^3^^^ ,^Hy the business of ottic- ipl assignees - were not given companies within the province. . J. W.-Kemmis could not understand {why the province' was tied, up � with The appointment ft'eazetted of W. cbeiyan.' 'fteeds>'*to-T)6"a'n ;a"gricnltural community achbbl.',;:'' ;i . V i,-rf\; / � Consblldatipn"Tias jnade little "progress in ' Sask^'cfi'ewaif "beca'u'se"' TirrivlriMal'" TiolTcv 'has as " vetV hi prdvlncial'_2pdl'i'cy 'has as ' yetV been [ trust companies that were rilot giving ' satisfaction to^ the farmers. . Mr. Weir safdT-the farmers wanted some information about 'these concerns. Mr. Kemmis presumed they were sound companies, and ;fhat they could get a list- of -tlie shareholders. Attorney General Cr.oas answered adopted. The survey recommends: 1. Appointment of an inspector who shall devote his entire time to this important task. ' 2. Drafting of a tentative consolidation plan tor each organized municipality. 3. A government policy looking to-i they could get all Intdrmatlon about -wards establishing: j every company that was acting as of- (a) Strong one-teacher schools; ficial trusses. . The .War Trad.e Board, In effecting arrangements with the 'pnited StatsS, expect to save $600,600 ."this year in obtaining for c'annera tin pli^e at $7.75 per 300 pounds.,, '^ . ]. ^ . Mr. E.'H., Jp'ijifprdl'of'^'ttiiwa, local representative b� the Gault.! Bros. Co., Ltd., has been chosen/to represent the Commercial Traveller^' association' on the Canada Food Board. John B. Mathewsbn- of Appleby, Halton county, Oht., k keen temperance advocate, died on a farm where he was born in 1842 and had lived all his life.  managers, Edmonton,, confirined tbe 0'--- JIHE OPENING OF /PARLIAMENT. ,^''Canada's new parliament is in ses 'ii}|?n at Ottawa. It is a parliament rSUjjlque^ln the history of Canada, for :P�frty,Jlues-have been broken down and 'LApOT�U and Oonsdrvatlves have joined .'ii^ Hupport ot a Union government for ji^ie purpose of carrying on Canada's ''||far( ln:'the war. Tho people of Can-'ri|jl'')i'aY'ci>K)Ven the membiers; a man-', djkjfe .fip, (orceful tbat It canno^ easily, be mlH(�ken, and we have high hopes rt|i|it tba'KOveritment and its support- ^fa:iwm^Uv�,�P Jo tjie confidence re- T)�e meeph*frpra the'Throne reveal-,ed:JJtU�^^iiV.the'way of impending legls-. Uttpii' ibwt ';h�i� mot, previously been ''�"loreCHBted,. liiut two' ineaauroB, which which may later become consolidated sfcho'ols. ....... (b) 'Associated -or - union school aroa.3, to 'embrace -a - central villag'e and a number of outlying schools. (c) On^ municipal high school in each municipality which may, or may not, be one of the central schools "of"" an associated area. 4. Provincial aid in the form of grants for the erection of the new school'.plant and for maintenance.. .Alberta has gone much further in jcoijsolldatiptt than has Saskatchewan, 'arid'it Would "appear 'that' we are on the ri'ght. track. But what Prof. Fognt say's about the need of making the consolidated school "an agricultural community school" may well be followed in Alberta. Our agricultural high schools are intended to give vocational training in agriculture, but we believe vocational training in aprac tlcal way should start earlier. Dr. I'Voght says-of vboatlonal - training; -for Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan's main Industry, is agriculture, and.a. complete system' of vocational education for the province would haveagricultural education. as its point of-departure, with special tjalnlhg opportunities in the' trades and 'comine'rcial pursuits more-.or 'less dependent upon farming, y * ' .The fame, applies to Alberta ev6Vy wh'it as much as to Saskatchewan,'and right now-nWheri Albertans are under taking/betterments in their scliooi facilities, by way of consolidation is the time for the department of education to take'active measures to have -viooa-tibnal training in agricult\ire. given a large pl%pe in the curriculum. The Washington professor urges the rediic tlonof the examination machinery to the low.eBt possible maximum. If iiiis were ^one the \yay would be. opened for nipre worlc.iotn- practio.al,,nature in all.our sohools."^ The RUBBlans have made peace but the Hi|n armies are ^(ui,advancing into HusBia. Poor deluded-RusaianA! HogB are selling at 20 cents in Albert^ stockyards., TIi^ l^g himself Is now ifl' the Bacon Baron olasB atmost. >'to'aorm�l times woulu h�ve received | sir ,Jo8, W. will soon havo company. Pool RoomT'* Mr. Hoadley aslced. had the government made up its mind in regard to taking off the pool-room'tax w the larger cities, and leayine the taxation to the cities thems'elves? Mr. Cro^s replied that in Edirionton they' were collecting a lopal tax as well as the provincial tax. Mr. Hbadley, "Why not let them get the whole of it?!' ' Premier Stewtlrt said that It was not simply a matter bt revenue. The cities did not all exercise the necessary supervision. Mr; Cross said that'iii addition to the inspectors the work ot; supervision vas. done by the local police. Mr.-"Weir said that in the'smaller ^plB-ces in the province they ^vant9d 'Something', done by somebody. In the country districts conditions prevailed U^at were an absolute menac6 tp'the itrowing'Vouth of the land. '� ' : ' \' . Mrs.-McKtnney said tbat It the' province collected the' 110enBi^ the government should oxorblse^tlitr sjip'oirvislon. She said that' the''^loo41 ^autlforitles could not refuse permisGloh to operate. Mr. Gross observed tjiat the province still ^>ad responsihllity^ fof supervia ion. "~\ "/" Mr. Gllmour inqulfed wjiy tbey had four inspectors irt"i9i7;',tHe:year"ot the ertectinn, and thatf onef iw^s BUfticient now. Mr. Cross sald'that'TvftB TiJorely a colucldenco. \^ ; Hon. J. R. Boyle, discuBslng the matter of provincial control, said that In exercising the supervision the government was not atf^cted.by local prejudice yet they had; the power, of the local police in connection - wlta^ the administration ot thelaw.' . 1,'. . Mr. Weir said it seemed' to the people ot his district that!the gdvern-mont only collected thefoow, apd provided fat salaries for'a few otflclals. He was not agi-eod to the.shutting up the pool rooms during tbeiW(^r; but he maintained there should bie proper Bupervislon. ' ' ' ^ Dr. Stanley asserted thot the admin-iHtratlon~6f the act should ^0 in tho hands of the local authorities. Premier Stewart replied that be had not believed the people wapted that. So far as the provincial gdvernment tt'as concerned it was not 'ilmply a matter pf fees, ' ,;'' * - ,. Progress having been -TienSned, with the bill the house wa�'ftbput.i.to ad iourn it b(?ing ten o'pldpK, .Tyt(r.?HQad ley inquired of tl^o prilnlster, of ^^ogrl-culture when he woulfl hfive'^jSeadyHthe, list-of 16 men he Intended .�t'o''''Place in charge of the greater production Bchenio. origldal dates set for ;the Braridon and Regina summer fairs, July 22 to 27 and July 29 to'August 3, respectively. The,'meeting of the Western /^Ir Hon. Dupcan M�rs)i:aU re,plled tbat reading The Lusitania may 'jet carry American ^roops to Praneeto beat the Germans. Salvage experts ar^ now working' on the' problem.' of'.raising her from the 30ft feet ot 'water she lies in off the old Head of Klnsal.e. Wmes Henry Smlth.^.ol.'-Kitchener, Ont., author^and playWrlght, and on a special minion in the Pacific northwest as "a sphagnum nio'ss collector for the American Red Cross, was killed at Murrayville, B.C., when , a train struck his automobile,' V ' , \. Henry Janeway Hardenburgh, architect, designer ot sbme of the noted hotels in the United States and Canada, died aged sixty-one years. He drew the plans for Jkho Waldorf-As-'j torfa, Manhattan and'Plaita hotels in New �yorki the Copley Plaza In Boston, the Raleigh and New Willard In WaBhlngton, D.C, and the'New" Windsor In Montroali he hoped very soon to have the list prepared They had received a Reasonable amount of application^ / said the minister, and hdd/^elpcted .t'welvjB n^rpes. Mr. Meyer wat^iOMr examining the. qualifications he liiad r.ecelyed'.to select' the' remaining.^^fou'r.' Thby decided that those eng^ed ipust be reasonably young and-iaictlve K>^.: . Later in the session the leader of the opposition had'-called attention to some criticisms that the opposition was delaying the progress ot legislation, by unnecesEary dlsousslpn, aiid said that the number, pt, government bills oh tho paper dempnstrated that the crIticlBm was not JustlHed, A bill must be allowed to be a.^reasoaable time in the members hand to be understood. Mr. Weir declared that Uie busfheBS was not being held'.'up by the private members. The number, of unprlntad government bills shoWe'd that, Preriiler Stewart. i^Bpaarked that he knew nothliig of the crltlclsma that had been referred to and explained that time was necessary to getl>lll� in Bbape so as. to avoid"-unnecesBarrl (imendments, . � (-. ,/ He mentioned that the mines compensation bill hud, to  biB 'drafted and said that .every oppor|unity, would>*b� given the mel|borB *conplder�i tlbii ot tho ni'oa8ur^�;"T.Ve ,n>uniulpal hoBpitnla. act anvended"paaB'e'd through committee and wan reported (or third CANAOA. 1 The Dominion ncome Its Meaning and Application^ - � ; ' , . ' �' - ,- THE Dominion Income War Tax Act, passed at the last 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, oh or before 31st March, 1918; The Act provides that there shall be assessed, levjed, 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 unitiarried persons and widows" or widowers without de;pendent childreii, and..^.^ upon income exceeding $3000 in the. case of all other persons. Corporations and joint stock companies carrying on business in Canad^, no .matter how created or organized, shall/pay the normal tax.upon' . inconae over $3000. The fiscal year of corporations and joint stock ' companies may be adopted if desired. " T , " Yoiir, Immediafe oillgatlon.-You are now required by law to fill out in triplicate, one moi;epf,the fiye .special forms enumerated below. Read the particuiars about-theifornis provided, then nqte the form or forms'that fit your casfe. ;^^on,^jt-forget to make three copies^ You keep one copyi'siridf �i,the case'of ^priiiis 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 of) Taxation at Ottawa. , * , Penalties.-Default in filing returns renders the person or persons liable on summary con-viction to a iperialty of otic h\uidred dollars ifor each day during which the default continues. Any person making a'  false statement in any return or in any information required by Minister of Firiance.shall be liable oh .si^riiairy conviction to a penalty not exceedinjg tetx thousand dollars or to six months imprisomnentf pr to both fine and imprisonment. FORMS TO BE FILLED IN AND FILED ^ ! Individuals.-Form fl is for all^Mividu^ls>haying the requisite income. Fill in pages!, 2 and 3;t.make no marks on page 4. il; In gi'ving particulars of dividends .received, state amount received from each cdmpariy, listing Canadian and Foreign Companies .separately. ' ;^ � -� Partnerships as such need not fiie returns, but the individuals formina the partnerships must. .Corporations and Joint Stock Companies must fill in Form T2; showing total income. Amount paid during the yea'r to Patriotic and Canadian Red Cross Fun^s, and other approved war funds, shouldi be shown under Exemptions and JDeductions. A financial stateinent should also be attached. In giving particulars of dividends received, state amount received from each Company, listing Canadian wid Foreign Companies separately.^ ' , i 1 Trustees, Executorsp Administrators off Estates and Atil||i|fH ' use Form T3, to state particulars of the distribution orincome from estates they are handling. A separate.fo^m is required for each estate and total incomes must be given as well as distribution ther^f. Employers^ On Form T4 ei;npl6yers shall make a list of the names of^ employees and amounts paid to each in salaries, bonuses.'^mmission*' or other remuneration wherever the combined sum of such remuneration for thi calendar year' 1917 amounted to $1000 or more., Thisappliet to all classes, regardless of number of such employees. Corporations Listing Shareliplders.-Corporations and Joint'Stodcx Companies shall list on Form ,T5 Shareholders residing in Canada to whom Dividends were paid during the calendar year 191-7, stating the amounts of dividends and bonuses paid to each. Don't wait till the last minute, Get thib necessary forms novr,.and' make your infoi;ination accurate and complete. ,) Forms may beoMalned from the District Inspectora^f^fXpf and from the Postmasters at all leading centrM. f " Postage must be paid on allhiters and documents forwarded by mail to Inspector of Taxation. ; . bepartment of Finance Ottawa, Canads THOBgRH AULAN, iPi/S'TjOJVIS BUILDING, CALGARY, ALBERTA, ^NSPECTOB OF ' TAXATION FOR PROVINCE OF ALBERTA AND NORTHWEST TERRITORY/ ;