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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT VIIR LKTimiUDOE .IJAUA THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1919 DEM'AND TREATY BE SIGNED (iKltLIM, May Urn- Joa.l -The Greater llcrllu sol- loaay fcdopttd a resolution far similar bulldlnRi la ihe ellT go iha jaraja IJ up-( iculste. garaga has profit- ion !or ihe bouilnE of fire each rooai ift srarioua ead Inflepenflenl ol the o.'her'aciJ Q'jJis prlTftla. The floor i sre cemecled and earh wmririmsat 'U ca.all'ps-1 heater, work with vise, tool cabinet, snd caa ions. The Anirndruent lo iho "bring within Us scope Uii persons who not ble [or !tbe rcputallon Mr. _ everyLhtak Tbe con- ace bstng tasen to I iracror rbr the was A. Sand- rierauHers. The penalties nroTUed for, r in the Act arc not yel being jmposea j x __ 1 and an opportunity Is being _ 'to Ibose who are liable under Ael-[ ..Tlirnr IP .nod who hart ip-iled to comply with. IHhUh Ml to'file returns. Ttere IB no doubi.; IIILHU liDTCTer. UiaL.before long some eculions wlil De'maile. nn'd It Is. thtre-! lore, importsut that no risks be iak-{ all whom the Act mty: elfecl should see that they araTiol In-j CUTTIDS any ot Ihe penalllas. j Ti-tfi'are many misunderstandings as lo what locome j some ol the smaller merch- ants and'others an isnpres- (ion ibal protit earned and :lett In the I busiaeFH la not inconie, ThuMs Trrorjg. .Whelher'suCh profit Is withdrawn or left in .the business it is locoraa and" should, Uierelore, be Into at> t-ount as such. 1L is also found thii lome people engaged In farming or 'businesa, regard1'capital 'eipeniiiturea .And nperiUng eipensea fillie, as de- ductions gross Income, Care 'should.ha taken to Ihls is not' done, and that all of a capital are leii out of account; when arriring aL income. Bflrtnereljlps. as surh, should not file- tbe IndMAaal member; ot 'partnerships in (ilins their person' htdthy the U futflc. You must jUCFj'on toolb ij HOTT people (iiink ci thii? fivcpcof-la over guin-aiciy, or Pj-orrhca .At fct.tbe guins become tbough actual pac-EtiintafiC ja im- ptibli. But in time receding will eaiclr IOOSOQ >TJUT teeth, and iccn onlj" a (her. lesdar, bleediag c-f Pyorrhta cbo act f3 for eater Ihs jf joints or al .relnmV-'thould: Include the' prolila -b'cedoj. ii's IOOUL zEli yoi-r teeth wth it. Itscaaa-' iiislly deans icepa t paid or accnied lo them from anch AVhere persona haja'any gard lo any point. connecteiV 'Act, Ihey- shoulrt'X-ommunicala the Inspector ol Customs Building, Calvary, lor Jaformaifon and j aarice, which v-JU lie gladiy given. So far B3 th5 collection ot taxes 1m- ppsad for 1S17 Is concerned, these are well paid up, but there are a number of delinquents and It I; expected (bat !he Juslice will, belotc long, lake action to enforce payment of arrears .ctr-'ft 'Porhan'3 ind oonsnlt'o "dcalut for trcatincnt.'. dnd 60d tubes. AU FOR THE GUMS uu cuiua e.DO the good worici eight or nine hundred people In jor main It U also ip tf j tne' rctcnt epidemic.'- Ior aiillur In the social work o{ the' church and LaJLes' Relief Sorlely coafeniont arracsemeals for their .work and for eaterjalnltti; fueslj at their gather-' RI weU ts other occasloaa. The Is rUnnel to accommodate: all iha aailllary organlratfons of the i church and yet sire a very i design. The coalraclcr is Mr. John Laracn _nd Ilia price is between J1G.OOO and j vrUaouL escavations or fur-j nUhings, EO that eealeil and 1 finished ibe total probably rtach nearly I Co-Operative Company j .Finding the good results as shown i Uat year In handling ncjs. ihe Cardsion district U. F. A.I ii incorporated and the new SDT met recenlly au3 electeil by! sllot sQreu directors the currem; Tha fl-ae held In iho caurt house and iras largely attend-] id hy fBrmers, most of Tvhom had j 1'iibscribed etoct In the new tfbmyany. The rotlne resulted fti the election I of John R Parrlsi of Cardston, G'eo.! V. Strlngbam o'blenwoc-d, Tanner ol A. A Cardston, Fraak Leavltl of Lei-j J. Xay cf IVoalforJ and L.. !f. Jtlllff ot Haley. These gentle-; men are reprosentalivp? o" a- Iarsc' errliory acd are exceptionally vreN i j Tfce directors Jael on AVeOnesiJay 1 and organized'by Mr. L. j 1.'Jeliift ct Rftlty as J. 11. Tan'atr Mr. has 5een a strong ailvo-, ' caie for the oLihc farmers he ;s a rcry careful and man (or this position, lie will j always be remfmbered liy (he pcdple i along the. Csrdslon branch of the.! _ becatije of bis loag.and failb-j ful service la securing belter traffic facilities for ibis corner ot Alberta. He Is also one' of iffc largest farm- era, br'.DK the experience as an aclire farmer, upon to- telher with trained nrind 'his of. in the elate of Illinois. It'would' be dif- ficult to elecl a better qualllled man from the country lonih of Lethbridgo for .president "of tbe fanners' com- pany. I J. H.Tanqer of Aetna, Trho Ii is.secretary, la a .farmer and crcbanY, z. man that the people have confidence in being one of lence and who" >ill good .scr- Tfce. Tae farmers arc 19 .be con- g-rainlaled upon. IhjeLr. selection ol. It lg , organization lo ratse ina "coming fall and they have-- e. good -'atari .wliL sonre Ity-Trin enable tnem lo do Q great 'fk for the'-beneliL or the farming populaiion for :aftef'- all Heir pros- pcrily spelts good times for" all other rotations. v Visitors from. Clareihotm .i-asl Saturday a" party of. orer 40 resldenla from. Clareeholm v.-ard, un- dt'r the guidance df, their big hearted bishop, Mr. Wini'v paid (lardaton a vlait in order to see the heaQtiful They irere con- dactt'd through.Ibis edifice by President E. 'J. TVookl and relurnetl trte same evening lo" their homes. ____ _i espac- ill during UKE NIAGARA YOU CANT STOP IT RUNNING REGAL FSEC RUNNING Table TSc with Handij I lit 11411 UD kl .OUUIULIL to ihc above figures for iho first montha of 1919 so far as carol a Sah Co., LlJ. r LM cAXAOA ol iho Is concernej, The lied Crois work had also been aided liy the n-.r.klug of somo dur- ing tbo year 191S. Truly U tnkc-a tht Istlles to do UiiuG, arc genuine Dominion 'Tires, made in Ihe famous Dominion Rubber System by the same experts -who perfected Dominion Automobile the most popular tires in Canada. It is their superior quality which in the easy riding, the sturdy werrr, mileage of Dominion Tires "UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST TIRES MADE" SeU iji fy LtaJinf Dcoltrs. Tmic of Sport and Scenery inihe Canadian Pacific Rockies Bringinf: bncV Uughur and vitality oAer of war lima. Just the trip' alone will banish through "Fifty Swilzerlmds In you can see it all by daylight. Spaciooa f and gay social lifa at Banff Ijake Louise chalets In rugged moun- tain settings at Lake, Glacier oqd inviling hotels m picluresque Vancouver and i quaint old-world Victoria. Easy to Reach I For liifornmUoii opply J. GORDOM, Depot Tickrl Anew Senator Chorjuette Declares Frcnch-CBnadlan Province Not So inherits Mar on Senator nattchal'school resolu- tion was continued by Senator Cho-i quelle In sl for nest census would slioiv Quebec tn ine'lejj of fill'lae" prorincei. in the- matlcr 6t education. In closing, Senator nhonueltc declared I lhat hail Sir Wilfrid Laurisr IIEEII In i liowr and called lo represent Uanala I fit tho iieace conferenco he n-ould not I liaro been lefl at Ihe Joof or the con-' Icrence while Dr. Moyd of Neirlound- i land, had been liken In. RESIGNS FROM'CANADIAN .'TRADE COMMISSION OTTAWA. May 0., N. Me- Nanghton, Torbnto, hai rwliznel from his position as.a jiicmber of Iho Can- idfan trade cooimlssfon and the ROT- has accepted his resignation. Jt'Is announced McN'aojhton Jskcd lo IJB relieved of his on account of cgnslderatlouj relating to M] heaKJi, veil as.tlie Jc- JiKnd) cf fill jirfrile Character and Correctness When fil-Refmni prtienU new sel of ftylei, you may be iufe Ihil Ihcy iljht in fnhian, in tailaiing ir. of ihe creative tiilor lo diicriminiling men, ihe country ovtr. Fil-Reform Stiib ind Ortrcoiti Spring wait ywt injpecUDn. ".VTien we ny I lie ilylei diilir.tliye, the tailoring U up lo Fit-Reform itandirrf, vrc havt iaid ill lhat tin be ilfcf about (he Vighcst grjdc_of tailored Cinidi, feSV c- I w. BASEBALL Spring's, Goldsmith's, TTircp Leaders We have ihe best assorlmenl we have shown. We carry complete equipment' and supplies for Golf, Tennis, Football and Basketball And Everylhjng in trie Line of Sporting Goods. Phone or mail orders shipped promptly lo out-of-lmvfi' points, The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. j v. t _ _ Phone 764 306 5th Street P. 0. Box 1016 ;