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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TllUllSPAY, MAHC.11 1021 -i'MIHTBISN Seaplane Used in War on Drug Smugglers Toi-m (Jivimr the Sularies und Wages Paid Employees Dur- ing the Past Year fonmrations and individuals only lill midnight. March i'.l. in which to illc! returns willi Ihc Dominion taxa tion office nt salaries, wapres anil clivi ilendu which they their employees Aurlllit Such returns must he March AvMch the penalties provided for in thp act will, bo entorceil: The income tax return foryia for individuals have only just recently be- come, available, 'at the LethbrUlKO of- flfo of the Dominion taxation depart- ment, anu.tmisl. bn secured and turn- oil in liy April :m. which alleys ap- proximately 30 (lays from the present date. Under the present regulations the individual must Bet his return form himself compute the amount of his income'and the amount of tax to he is liahle. ami submit at least per cent, of that amount with his form he sends it in to. the, Calgary oflice. ICxtreme care must be taken iu computing the total amount of the tax payable. tho iiiiii lorwarded with the return is 'ln- fuincient, penalties are provided just us though the taxpayer had proved delinquent through neglect. With LTi per cent, of the tax paid the remainder is due in three hi- ilnonthly payments on which the Kovurnment levies interest at the rate :of per cent. The sub-inspector of the department informed the Herald that this interest might he well saved if tire taxpayer would forward the 'whole amouat of his assessment at ionce and, further, that such a method would preclude any possibility of the individual beins exposed to the risk of incurring a penalty on account of a mistaken calculation in the amount of his indebtedness to the government. Toronto Railway Meeting Adjourns Agreement For Purchase City Not Yet Oomplete- Dissatisfied BRITISH HOUSE WILL CONSIDER RESOLUTIONS IMPOSING CUSTOMS TORONTO, Mar. 31 meeting of the Toronto Hallway com- LONDON', Mar. next woek' will discuss two rcnolutlonu vhich are Intended to form tho basin of the government's safe- guarding of tho industric-u bill. The resolutions will propose for five a customs duty of 33 1-3 per cent, ail valorem on IrOort'uUons .Into tlie United Kingdom of optical Klass, op- annual itical instruments, scientific tlass ware, jiorcelaln and Instruments, mag- was again adjourned yestenla. un'.ll April 27. It was uxplained that the frequent adjournments were duo lo delay on the part of the Ontario netos, tungsten and its products, chemicals, except dycst'ifts, colors, coloring matter and fine chemicals. Thore also will ho a similar duty, fu 1O uelav oil mo ljuri. ui me v-'uiurn' hydroelectric power commission and addition to any existing customs duty, the city of Toronto, purchasers of i on any articles which Iho hoard of I what are known as "the MacKenzic trade under the act will have the i in getting the agreement lixed up. One shareholder said he and others were Impatient at tha de- and were dissatisfied with the power to specify on the ground thai the saw articles are being sold or offerod Iu the United Kingdom at prices helow the cost of their produc- thcro were a few leases'that would he required hotwoea here Hun- burst, before he could place a rlK in I he Immediate vicinity. An Sunburst Is only a distance of nine mllns from Sweat Grass, tho proposition nlonc, oil or no oil, is a good one. and bound In boost the two As will IIP noted ill oilier columns of this issue Mr. Campbell will lie at the Thomp- son hotel on next Thursday. March :U. ut which timn he whihi-s to meet the hcf.vccH here and Sunburst who have no! yet leased their land hold- ings. The Advocate feels it the duty of these people to meet Mr. Campbell on this elate, and r.t least talk the mailer over with him, for II is for thcii own good anil the good of the community at large. It ir1. also up to tho businessmen and citizens of both towns to encourage and push the: movement. Mr. Campbell met with a few of the of tho Sweet OHM cial club whll'.1 lierw, und promtwd lo do everything possible to linvp. the pro- posed special train which to run from tircat Kals to Kevin with party of Creat l-'alln business mrn iu witiws tin. In" of the ft rat well four miles-north of Kevin, to curtluiio thu hn> lo Sweet (Irans., where the ComimTclal club me Inters'miif will sec tluil they are. properly entlir- tallied, and will lalte them Io and. Irniii the oil fluids free o( i-lmrge. .With thu present weathci nreviiiliug drilling should be stiirtec wiMiin i he next two weeks. The hairpin stitch, a series of flat looped effects, made by hand, but hearing no relation to tho ostrich stitch, which come out this season, i.- ihe smart trimming on London's ne'.v- e.st knitted models. Whon'tbo KmpreM ot Russia arrived at Vancouver 1mm the Orieni, she waii'mot hull-Way between Victoria Vancouver by a government seaplane which scanned the path of Ihe liner for miles around In order to detect any Email craft that might be used by smugglers, to pick up drugs thrown over- CLARESHOLM v and were uisaausneu wiui me imi.ce> .1... ice agreed upon for the acquirement I tlon. or owing to exchange deprecia- tion at prices below what they can profitably be produced for in Croat Brtain, therefore tending to bring about unemployment. of the MacKcnilo interests. "OC course is low (From Our Own Correspondent) CIARBSHOLM, Mar. ac- count of the condition of the rcsJs and the very bad weather the sale of horses of R. B. Chugg of Granum waa not what It should have been. The horses were not in very good condi- tion on account of condition of the pasture In D. 0., where they have been running for the past year. Iu the draw for two Old Country races the Liverpool Handicap and the Grand National, R. Moffat was the lucky man. Iu both races he drew the winner. John Smedstead la doini' a rushing business these days la the flour mill and chop house that he has recently opened up. Mr. Smedstead has In- stalled a first class flour, mill which has proved itself very satisfactory, lie also does custom grinding. Messrs. Peck and Fraser have launched into the auction sale busi- ness. It is undestood that Mr. S. L. Fraser -who has had years of experi- ence i'n the talking business, will the hammer and Mr. R. K. Peck ALLIES DISCUSS WITH GERMANY QUESTION OP PAYING REPARATIONS v by Pope Benedict during his interview with Archbishop Mannix of Melbourne who cams here from England, where he was in close touch with the Irish situation. The audience lasted half an hour. price. But what can you asked Sir Henry Pellatt, speaking us o. di- rector. the government on your neck, and the city on your back, and every blooming newspaper on top of your else is there for will clerk for him. Daniel Smedstead has rented his PAIUS. allied foreign office, which deferred until after Easter, negotiations regarding Ger- many's refusal lo pay the instalment ot one million gold marks for the reparations account on March 23, at the behest of tho reparations commis- Bion, now are exchanging views on the situation with reference to Ger- many, it V.-.IK announced here today. Uprising Disintegrates "7Vm'r. from Central Germany state the Commun- ist revolt which appeared threatening last woek, is rapidly disintegrating into minor outbreaks. Declaration is mada that the backbone of tlie pro- jected revolution has been definitely broken. Sporadic st'-ikes are report- ed from Halle and .lena, and an at- tempt to tie up the. Ituhr district has been-'mada but thus' far failed except at Rer.ischied. where 'about half of the workers'in various plants have failed to report for work. Com- munists are still interfering to some extent with railroad .traffic at various junction points in western OJermariy. Labor leaders identified with the majority and independent Socialist parties declare, attempts by tho Com- j munists to precipitate a general strike in large industrial plants in Berlin have failed. Fighting in Cevelsburg J.ONDON, Mar. persons TVtro killed iu yesterday's lighting in Cevelshurg, in Westphalia, while the police wore dealing with the Commun- ist rising there, according to Berlin messages today. Tho town which had been taken possession of by the Communists, was re-captnred from by tiic authorities. During disorders at Mannheim the -police were attacked and returned the lire, killing three persons ami wound- ing live others. Keports from Dur.seldorf through the same channels declare Communist ,-ictivity in the Rhine region is in- creasing. 500 Communists Taken BKKLIN. Mar. Zeitung Am- asserts that the police early yes- terday morning captured 500 Com- who had blown up the Am- mondoi'f bridge and occupied the rail- way station there Many 'OC tho ar- rested men wore Russian uniforms. Tt-is sc'mi-oliiciaily announced that 400 insurgents have so far been made prisoners in middle Germany. A message received from Borna states that a strike has broken out in the mining area which has been occll-j pied by the police. A general strike lias broken out. in Ootha, where the Comniiinisls have liberated 31 prison- from the county jail. i Communists visitetKa number in lierlin torlay and endeavored j 10 induce the workmen to strike. Tho police dispersed the gatherings and arrested the leaders. Essen in State of Siege BERLIN. Mill1. dispatch re-i fifived here from Ksseu says an extra-1 ordinary state of siego lias been dared there. Tho dispatch adds that j the great Krupp works are in opera-' (inn and that tho street oars arc run- ning. farm for a term of five years and is moving-his. family to town. His stock, and household goods will be offered for sale at auction on March 29. Miss M. Clinton, of Lethbridge, is "islting friends at. Claresholm during the Easl'er holidays. Parisi is aaTlng a vogue (or cloth or S. CAMPBELL WANTS TO DRILL NEAR HERE (Sweet Grass If a few more leases can bo ob- tained actual drilling will take place between hero and Sunburst within the next 30 to SO days. These words werfl spoken by Mr: Gordon Camp-, bell who was visiting in Sweet Grass yesterday. Mr. Campbell stated that! It takis a joint o! beef to make a Bottle o! Bovril. BOVRIL Never Profiteered Has not changed since 1Q13 Same Price Same Quality Same Quantity 51-J20 INCORPORATE GENERAL SYNOD OF CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN CANADA OTTAWA, Mar. Can. Incorporation of the general synod ot the' Church of England in Canada ivas favorably reported by the private hills committee of the house this morning, and will go to the house for final disposition. The bill has been amended to limit the amount j of property, or real estate, which the synod may hold at any one time to Immediately the holdings exceed this amount, they must' be disposed of or sqld. Furthermore, no land may be held by tho synod for a period longer than ten years if not actually used or by it.' BLUE RIBBON TEA If In comparing BLUE RIBBON with other packet teas, do not compare it with tea offered at thesame price. BLUE RIBBON to be the best in Canada regardless of price, and a teapot test will make good this claim. 71 BOY DIES OF FALL IN Y. M. C. A. POOL FORT WILLIAM, Mar. Fnlkner. the H-yeur-old son of Faulkner, superintendent ot tho llich- ordson at Port Arthur, died tills mornl'ig as of u. fnll las! night in the Y. M. A. Tho boy luid bor-n buttling in Iho pool and running around it when he slip- ped and struck the back of llLs head AU the 'tiled floor. PHONE 1766 EXTRA SPECIALS! Lowney's Chocolate Bars just in; all OK varieties. Special, while they last, 6 bars, LA tl Lowney's.Fresh Chocolates; special, per lb., SOc Climax Jam, in 4 lb. tins, mixed with apple. Spe- cial, per tin ..'-.......................70c All King Beach and WagstafFs Pail Per tin Shelled Walnuts; per lb.................. .50c Acme Gloss Starch; 2 pkgs. for............25c Lenox Soap; 5 bars for...................25c Oranges, nice size and juicy; per dozen.....25c Libby's Yellow Cling Peaches, in tins; reg. 40c; our price............................35c Chief Mountain and Crystal Butter; special, per ALL GOODS GUARANTEED; IF NOT SATISFACTORY, YOUR MONEY REFUNDED. Supina Son 230 13TH ST. NORTH. Special Values in Spring Suits They number among them the cleverest in mode, the-snappiest in style, and the most desirable in materials. More new styles arrive each day, making our. As- sortment most complete.. Your Opportunity in Spring Dress Not for a long time have we been able to offer such remark- able values in desirable dress- es, each of them newly receiv- ed from the makers, and very specially priced. 5.00, '45.00, '25.00, '35.00, The Newest Wraps and Coats Here is your best opportunity to complete your spring ward- robe with a wrap or coat for among these are the latest in style and materials, at prices you will appreciate! '25.00, '30.00: '35.00, '45.00, COMBINATIONS Ladies' Cotton Combinations in. well made stylo with loose linoe and neatly trimmed with lace. These are samples and would sell in regtilar'way as high 'as or each. CA RylandB' Special LADIES' VESTS Ladies' Cotton "Vests wuiuiile for. spring and summer wear in .assorted styles: made of real Hue cotton yarn. Worth hi way Rylands' Special, eich VESTS AND DRAWERS Ladies' Summer Vests and rirawera in fine quality and neat stylos. These are samples that are worth easily 51.75 to each. Rylands1 Special, LADIES' HOSE big spoeial in Ladies' Cotton Hose. Colors are hlack, navy, brown and white. These arc samples thafc me easily worth double, tho money. Rylands' Special, pair LADIES' HOSE Ladies' Fine C'oitoh Hose in 1 -1 eood quality, no soconds in th and hotter per pair. Rylands' Special lack, navy, brown or white. lot. and values -worth CA FANCY RIBBON fancy colored ribbon used for children's hair bows and camisoles" and all kinds of fancy work. This is value that sold ....................60c as high as yard. Rylands' Special, yard THE NSW THINGS FIRST R YLAND C AND COMPANY FOR W'OM'.iiN ;