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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "''htt'RSDAY, MAT 2, 1018 TnF� r.HTHftBII">f''J^^ nAII.Y HERALD PAGE SEVEN Canada's New War Taxes Tliu following Ih ii cnnipleto aiiiu; iiiiiry ot t'^nada'h now wnr taxes ui nnnoiitir.od by Hon. A. K. MacUeaw. Spof.inl V..V.R. I.nx. $7,000,000. Addltlotull tux on pncUlng luiluBtry. C'linngt! li\ buslncsHiax apvlylng I" l)uiilno8B(jH omploylny cniiUiil of ?2,'"),-000 to ..^r.O.OOfl. Unto w-IU lju ir, por ycarB of iiBC In addition to Ihn iionnal r-lioucil and all thai, .n I v. ill idl yini, Ifwas the moriiiiw, nt ihc ::Mh. We were cauipcd at M:iiviin.-. inal is; where I wahMasI uith l.^nirhiirst. Just moved there tii" iiiniinn!!. [ir,. vlons. you will liavi' n l,.. i!i.. pMsi-tlou of line al prl�.^'�l^ ih.ii v.e li.nl to leave our piece ol i;iilw:iv liir Jerry to run for iIm' ;:i.....ni, iit Iim,- ^md sjinitiMl us ubimt one half hinw in n iniis. 1 w;e: wide awake tlien in"! �... 'iiii m I'miI. Went and',laid dir.\ ii lui.l ua.-^ dozing nicely wlien Wn- next laiiit;- I knew wa� a flush ami I iliou^iil my leg was gone cl.;ui .lu^iv, U'dl. l acriinibled ont of ih.. i.-nt ilif lirst iii.i'.ini.' very] way I could, but did iiol gel lar iiloiie. .'�li\ l''oriiiu-1'iliey say the man next to m.' was �s ii]-.il(cii. and ' killed and the one ou the oilier side ;in .lud iiralini-i did iitit get a 8"tltnt) Foremost. May 1.-Foremost lied Cross realized tho sum of $110.If. ou . . ,,,,,,,,, ..........n -------- --i. their chicken supper. Tho affair was coinpartments, one of which holds thej,.,.y,v ,,n| Canadians piled on conducted by thor ladles of the north committee of ForomoBt Red Croaa. : Much .credit la (Tuo to all the ladles who worked hard on the occasion. They Wish to .exLuud. their lUunka to uU thoao who patronized tho supper. Mr. McDonald, manager of the Tin-,lon Bank at Foremost, bus euUstod in the Jlountles tor overseas service. Mr. Harry (thiidlelgh has made a contraot-to break noo acrea north of the coulee. It won't take lilm long when ho getg hia big tractor on It. Fine New Home Mr. T. Calhoun, whose place is near the track and about two miles east of town, is iuttlng the finishing touehos 6n hla beulitlful home. It certainly is a lovely country home. The tho land furnace and Deico Flectric jilanl. LOIAGESySlEMS Ottawa, .May I.-The Royal C'om-mlsalon which was appointed by the Minister of .Marine And Fisheries to Itjyulre Into and report upon the pilotage syateniB of Maritime Vrovlnce and _....... ________ ____ back to ' Quebec ports, has practically cnn- moveiliSnt would present no] cludcil its work In Eastern Canada and j iiu lit St. East, CALGARY without dela'y. The contmlsslon was appointed following the Halifax dls-aator and aotno tlmo ago It reported upon pilotage conditions at that port. Sluco the publication of tho llallfa.\ rijport the ("omniksBioiiors, Messrs. Thomas Robb (chairman). James N. Bales and J. W. Harrison, have investigated pilotage conditions at .Montreal. Quebec St. John, Loiiisburg and Sydney and .Mlramlchl. After the report on the situation in Eastern ports has been completed the 6ommlaslon will proceed to British Golurablti to investigate conUltlona In the ports on the Western coasts. ^ A.GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited In our Savings department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when required. Why keep in the home more money than is needed ior immediate purposes? Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. AUCTION SALE of HORSES and CATTLE HAVING DECIDED TO RETIRE ^ROf^ STOCK RAISING, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. AT NEW BARNES MINE, NEAR ROYAL COLLIERIES, ON RIVER BOTTOM, FIVE MILES NORTH OF LETHBRIDGE, ON TUESDAY, MAY 7th, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED STOCK III good heavy young mares, most all In foal, age from X to .5 years old; 7 good hoavyo'oung geldlnga, broke and ready lo work; I! yearling colta. Work harness; 2 buggies. 1 red inuley cow in calf; 1 roan miiley cow in calf; 1 roan cow. :i years old; 1 red i:ow with calf at foot; 1 red muley cow. fresh soon; 2 2-year-old steers; 1 3-year-old steer; i! yearling calves. BIG FREE LUNCH AT 12 O'CLOCK. SALE STARTS 12.30 TERMS OF SALE: One-half caih; balance, time will be given till November 1st, 1918, purchaser o'ving note with approved security bearing 8 per cent, from date. 10 per cent, off on credit amounts. MRS. WM. BARNES, L. 1. NICHOLSON, Owner Auctioneer The Young Man's - Best Recommendation fagged out and wore sleeiiing soundly. It wan v(>ry dark al the time, and getting the wounded men out without lights as a (lerman bombing plane was hovering over them just after the, shell dropjied. It Is considered "over there" that this Is about the record for casnalties from one sliell. Engineer (Hikes writes to lii;< family in I.ethbrldgo as follows coueern-ing the accident: A few lines to you once again, trusting they may find you all OJ^. .....r-^---................^.......4- A Savings Account is more than a start towards financial independence-it is a mark ol' character. One of the strongest recommendations in the world of business that a young man can present, is a Merchants Bank Pass-Boqk, showing a recoi^d of consistent savings. A Savings Account may be opened with ?1.00, which shovi-s how highly we regard the accounts of those who' desire to save. Head OfTice : Montreal. OF LEIHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD DRANCH. CA.h4A,DA Established 1864. K. .T. DINNING, Manager. V. A. EBERLY, Acting Manager. M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Manager. Hamilton CaB:-iel8, M.A.. Iv.C, D., Toronto; Judge D. B. McTavlsh. M.A., OttaM-a, and E. R, Peacock, M. ; A., formerly of Toronto, and now of \ London, England, were re-elected on,i the board of triisteea of Queen's university yesterday. Because they did not like daylight � anvlng and refused,to have the firm; thrust new hours upon them, the oni-: ployees of Georg6 White i- Sons, man- i ufacturors, of Londop, walked out on 1 strike. I 1400Acres Surface Work To let by acre, in Township 7, Range 13, eighteen miles south of Grassy Lake, six miles northeast of Skiff. Work consists of double-discing^ harrowing and seeding to Flax. Will let all or any part. ' Spring plowing-work now ready. The O.T. Lathrop Land Co., Ltd. , ^ Telephone 1865 BULLS FOR SALE J. H. PATRICK & SON ' orjlderton, Ont., have on hand twenty-five Scotch topped SHORTHORN BULLS ' From 16 to 24 months old. These may be se�n at THE FARMERS' FE^D BARN, Third Street, ttthbrldge. , J. H. Patrick & Son, Alexandra Hotel NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson * Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. 3. Will Be Demonstrated at Lethbridge ON SATURDAY, MAY 4th, 1918 IN TitE SOUTH SIDE OF THE CITY ON UTli AVENUE ki, ADJOINING THE PUBllC CEMETERY ON THE EAST. THE CLEVELAND TRACTOR is the most efficient and economical tractor on tlie market. Don't fail to see it. FOUNDRY PRODUCTS, Limited Alberta Distributers: ^ Calgary - - - - Alberta. HE. Lethbridge Distributor: 428 Fifth Street South FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a , BUREAU . in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR< J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 Do You Want Breaking Done If you want your land broken and can not make your own arrangements, kindly notify a^ii-^ A. E. QUALLY, Board of Trade BuUding \ who has boon appointed by the provincial Eoyernnient to bring; together thoao who have engines or horses and can contract for breaking with those wUo have broaklug to let. Can You Do Breaking It you are in a'"'pQBUion'to do breal^lng please get in touch with MR. QUALLY, who as has been Btated above, has been sent liere by the governiitent lo tell you of those who Jiave breaking tor you to do. Board of Trade Building Lethbridge PHONE 1603 5855 ;