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■ The Grangeville Globe OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER VOL. XII, KO. 11 ORANGEVILLE. IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1010 $1.50 THE YEAE SOLONS MAKE 2 MORE NEW COUNTIES ! : I I j in I i i ; 1 and Caribou, With Je Jerome rome and Soda Springs County Seats. LEGISLATORS $10 PER Washington and Payette Coun ty Oppose N. P. Leaders On Bill Shake hands Boise, Ma., Feh. 11. with Jerome and Cnrribou counties. The jnst created by the legislature. Jerome and the latter former names x™in Springs as fhe county seat. These measures produced n but the antis went down to defeat. Power Company Bill Killed The senate killed bv indefinite post ! nullement the hill by Booth to lax water power companies on undeveloped • lower The measure, it was charg 'd, was not introduced in good faith but as ,,art of Non-imrtlsan league lenders iolitioal schemes to further "fool the "'' forrnerx" it was pointed out that the pow. r ' oxpanics, like all other business in- ! satiations, were anxious to sell all their output possible but that Hmy | oiitld not produce more than then was a reasonable demand for. It was also shown that the present I sharp contest. available power in excess of the de mand. The farmers in the legislature as sailed the hill, as they recognized it a< not only being obstructive to Idaho industrial advancement hut as laying the foundation for a Socialist plot to tax all undeveloped resources, even unused farm lands, as high as that ttmier cultivation. Amendments and Bonds Four point resolutions have been intfodueed in the legislature asking for constitutional amendments ing the follow ing; increase in pay fer tile legislators from five dollars to ten dollars a day: increase in term of state senators from two to four years: extension of the power of the supreme court of the state so it may have juris ilirtiiii, uf appeal from the decision of the public utilities commission : ern if equal in s]«*rial session to correct errors and omission arid as »'ssiuent of property. The senate has passed a bill to legal izc the purchase "f improvement district bonds by city treasurers with municipal funds: and, a measure by which twenty or more may form a highway district and tin Mil which would allow the majority of a road district to disorganize a 'dis- , triet. 1er The house lias missed the rmhmid sotl hill which -,Ileus inde'oendeiit school districts to issue enough bonds '» I»av off their outstanding indebted nes« iK'fore SentemUer l"î I K v • and the measure hv Senver which in "»«* legal bond issue of munidimli ties to ten percent of assessed valuu J'oii. The latter measure had previnn- - ■ v Wsaed the senate. It will largely »((•reuse municipal building il is bo- : '»'veil. I Havering of the state hoard ination to meet f government, stab For Idaho Sufferers t'actliiilly every train leaving carries blah, one or more citizens bound for or sanitarium outside of '"' s|iend moiiev for a diagnosis PosKil.Iy an ■litions have been *'me hospital >|io ration. sneit as to tnake it l o' ' *' l ' r '''»' lo t" be henvilv drain fliianeinlly in that manner.' «'ill shortly be ,on - <1 îuuîuh»us mul , n Dwtitiition )nis ( T'.V (levnted Local [Hit Itossildo to avoid •ostly trips been up -ni'd in Hii I'Xeliisivi'ly to diagnosis fini, ' l ! r -*' l ' v H i- to be tt small edi /I"' ''elebcated Mayo institution 'ii,„ liest,.,-. Minn., and its head is a i.i,. 1 although having practiced in »'»•« assia*lated J ,l "' Jlayos and is thoroughly fa „J:" '"Hi their, up-to-date " ' 1 Avery Higgs and I," plan t"'t tuoilern eipiipment and a staff "I'w ia lists sufficient to handh' any (»ul methods tlw "f case, ^ lis Iiistiturifin surwiiiiK "linn: not interfere "r hospitals- hero or else "'•'f the state tint is designed Mah< with them and to giv, ^'W l v»* reHef - i I11 ^t i i' ,, ' ll '-»t ion lag "'i'i,,'"." 1 V" v, 'tte eotmties, represent leading fanners, hnvi' Ihh'ii in "»•amt,vs tViîfV pass,lK '' " f "»ll-lmMt ' 1! p W'ere oinstseil le tin h ' lWU ' landers. nf q„,' "" >sp farmers are member v 'liv th , . au ' 111 ' and il., not hesitate l" leulur, '-['"dem nation of the leagtn °» these measures. lx the uai'i'", , '" N ,h ''. v have asked for ,: "W tlirL'l! S ) ,ra . ,io " 'l''!»artmental bill houses and pending tttniity „ , . , m-'ain as to house amend "'»«It eliminate the publie util Hrd f" niNsl,m - the eomiH-nsatlon " nl front tho lim ïr;; ;.. er«, i» m..« nr ,, r , " "liHi hnvi, ih<> In.l.ir« '■ ii» a«liuinistrnt!«in, pro-1 '•• pros",-„te „.(ddlemenl (, >n»nlsslo„ houses that defruti, w '•h. . League leaders of fanners from Wash . '•"is,. • »tin it Hu !■> fa in-. y ■ "s mal Idalio slii■ rs u,l t ! warehouses. Those Tente bonded ; hills tw : [K.secl I, y Nun- partisan lenders'"mip'y ' I becuuse they are part .,f tin- aduilm •ration program hut undoubtedly th. farmers want them. (iKAM)M \ BF.HKAN < U.I.KI). tirini Keaper lakes A grd Pioneer Lailx \t Vite of Xi A ears. N^l's Adeline lieheaii. aged s:; pars died nl the Inane ..f her daughter Mrs Frank Hogan, at Whitehird. last Sun and was interred metery at this at 1U:.",n I day, February titln j in l'rairie A'iew e, Tuesday fnreiioon I mains being followed p, their last rest i i |1 t- r I'kiee by a large number of friends ; who had known am! loved her fur many 1 years. W '; "Brandiim" Rclicnu a- she was better all the early and many of the Inter residents of the horn in Inddin. Ireland, in lx:a; eume t known I ■ U. " ''r, 1 ■minty, vas Sin America and settled in Chien go when that lilac,, was hut j From Chicago she removed t Walla and on to Idah, year Ik's. settling with her husband one mile west Walk county in l iu irangevillo whore if she lived for 25 Some few years ago she removed to Whitehird where siie has since made her home with her daughter. Mrs. Hogan. Her' husband, Michael ltehean, died sonn 15 years ago. She is survived by one son, (leergc Hohen n. of Whitehird. and two daugh ters, Mrs. Mary Coulait, of Walla Wul la. Wash., and Mrs. Frank Hogan of I-a rs ! 'Mtehird. , Funeral services were held at the • atholie church in tins city Tuesday forenoon. Hev. Father l'lielnu. officiât "W. who it, the course of ids remark slated the works of the deceased ..1 "'' 1 ,l " «'"logy: she lived a noble life and h ' ul Bad a noble death. r ' <<randma was active almost up tv ! ,h <' '>a.v of her death. About a week before the end came she walked a mile | *" tlie town ot \\ liitebird to bo present »* the reception given there to tin returning soldiers. She remained eon 1,1 'be lust and passed into the great beyond with a beautiful I smile. it to of of to and, 0 ' public rehearsal- for . ,, of lirst public appearance, under >■ rgeant , Bunning's direction. m Hie very limn fui un» Thi» new arrive«! in BAND LEADER ARRANGING CONCERTS • ■ Hie city about two weeks age and ha taken up hi' duties a- day del'll at Hi" petmlar Imperial hotel, bm did as-unie the directorship et the • Imnd until Ibis week Serg-ant Running i- without .. the m. -t -apaid,.. the city lm ever ..1 as a - told u; m g |M, d authority a 1 m a talented perfomn r upon a num bo- : her of band instruments such as the . la I iin-1. baritone. Popular Cowboy Organization Under Sgt. Running "Rairin' to Go." -W • 1 i Sergeant .Tack Running, the if the Cowboy Band, has taken utlining a series ,r up the baton and is •oiK'crf and entertainments hieb are already under The Cowboy Band will make its eitizi'ii ami we ore that he i and saxophone violinist the made a pepular hit - lie has assiunci' orchestra irgaiilration provides uiusie f"t' ivi I hv the band di new \- a has als. reeter for "ill of ■ h.r ' ni !• music 1 w f wliii h the it IL is ef the pop«laf var lance mil le orchestra, under his di et' ntinieroU' and the recipient reetiell. i- the munlier i- play - , aelt da: y • , ! .- ltn|ierial h ' - 1 ing r "-ni ed. Sl't'gea t ' evening umfiei'-. ' K it It cello and ■ ia m 1 a in fa b panimeiit II" large ernW'l pr. t - indeed fclTumtlo to ' ■side, I ; - III listel inning its ' I ; Running' In-,' versa ef plee-m. the 11 is a man t i I i t y and Uunnliig ■ek fr"T() then ■ Mi,-,'- Mrs lli At home at ' mi" i- lie was ■ furun r (Lreetor Of Hu a Art '.llnry Field ,,f the liest at the ' ami' in tin ' |, ' n, " n ''" 1 l" snt' 1 ''' 1 ».' i . ... , Tlte aequi-ilnm for 1 ' l; bill S| ' ' ".'.„miéd bv the Cowboy or ahead " .^„„jzati.m a rank ' " util- "'b' ;|Si . t,u ' . . .. ..... ,, v , T lu re are still r ; - ■ >•» i - 1 , |...-iil f"M 'i "' 1 J" 1 " pro-1 ! vUV ritv will have* '»' ' 111 'm " n „ he ex.vlleii any | > i-«" 1 " l " " lb wa am! «lie " I I A on hestra. In both "f these if mt Ii . tlin ugh-mt (In* -ix he had Basil Harm 1 iiiniiti«-f and t'» Hier«' ■ a- trat "f hi 'lay ii iiigcth«' p'a ing tyvo both hand and . tilin'. ihn' during or.-hustia tluu'oly "tn mu" That they an , , , , I mu'll lo each other has been st rate« I in ... lu-tra heard in the < and a -eis •it y miiinHi > • VU,dug When both seryeaiit m the joli and Bit-:! were .if sergeant Runnuu- "f Basil liat't'is. added nf uins'ieal talent ■liest rai a g ■ f any or gmten together. " I i », vs "f till servie, ever UNIVERSITY EXTENSION MEN TO ORGANIZE FARM BUREAU IN MHO COUNTY Representatives Met With Commercial Club at Luncheon Wednesday; Inside Workings of Bureaus Given Full Explanation. Tin» federal deparlment of agrieul i tine and the University of Idaho ex- j in tension department ale very much in- I teivsted in the organization of a farm hiireati in Idaho enmity, and have sent 'the Iw'n genllemeu for the latter institu j lion to lliis place In enlighten the husl- ' ness men and farmers as to what the work really means to tho farmers of j the county l.ieiiteiiant it It. Itroninger. aix'om-j pat tied by W Kjosness. of the exten sion department of the university, ar rived here Tuesday evening and met ' with tim members of the Commercial club at luncheon on Wednesday, at : which time both gentlemen explained i the details of tho farm bureau and the I lienetits to be derived by tho farmers ! from it- organisation. The work is ti of nnneod by the federal department of ngrieulliire. tlie stale, and when a suf ; number of farmers are enroll ed in insure the sm-ecss of the bureau •ouniy in which the organisa lion i< |M'rfeeted. The farmer'- enlist lug in the work are required to pay a fee of st on which is expended by the local organization in the manner tin All problems eon di are dis eussod Ip the members of tho different sections and on<a> yearly a convention entire bureau membership is held and discussions regarding the sue I-— nf work undertaken have 1 n*cu problems as smut, squirrels imxious weeds, ami in southern Idaho the rahhit pe>t. an entered into in a a scient itie and praeth-al manner, and the results , il it j, 1 in many instances have almost hern beyond eomprohen sion. For instaure in our adjoinin'; enmity on the north, t'ounty Agent A Wade lia- dene-list rated to the ! the fieieid by the iillicers fronting the tillers of the leetu liest. f vast help tn the farmers. proven Kill'll K. smut pfeblom-I M ■ Wa'le found smut ! a ■ fa rni",' to Hie,I nn-ans I ' lent !" tbe extent <if ten percent, I . pr-iper I * -a tin* ad nf seed and ! about I ■ •oh Idaho, where • n'd,it- atmmid. the members f the farm bureau in Twin Falls practical , mu in otic season. Tin ; perfected. The ] hat is called "mix : - time to supply all Hieb is fed to ths j pest- at the -âme time. The formula-i at-, te-ted by the government and arc j known tn he the most effective to be ] Tbe gentlemen at the head ! of the de|ia riment of agriculture, j w here these remedies are worked out i are familiar with their subjects and km.w what they arc lighting for and how I-, pul up the most effective de I'-n-c. sp-eiali i being engaged In solx ing ev> ry problem as it arise* \ ku-° '"a.l°nty "I Hu- enmities m the state of Idaho now have active i tin* smut ii Hi-- jack '■minty. lv ' leaned the! same re-lilts lune liecn gill'll to the gauizatioli has lime; ing III'"-." where sullieielit ibtained in re Where or organizes nf the liait is mixed up at - tlie niliels. produced. here in the northwest. Several of Charles Brans Ivimers and Nerville Johns Inn. have also lieon mcnilicrs of inilb tary hands during their service and wil return lietne as bandmen more licient than ever. including eonihe. t, pn M, (. VKI.AM) FOI NO DLAH. \ged Tinner in Fmitloy of Chesier Ar nidd. I hissed Away Monday. ears, for a , Alfred ( mrland. aged ,2 ears tt respei-ti-il resident uumltei' "f of thi- place where Ohi-ter Arte.Id. a- a ti,filer. lie was employed a> : It;- bed'', 'e last Mm dead by fiiuml Mr. Arm.fit <,|ienc I M le isini— room in Hie front ; fila '•• (1 pie ,f tile building , a few day - suffering fm. H !l a -ml. d ! Is-I fm a In his -i-d te he r-| I'niiV slip] FIREMEN 5 ANNUAL BALL FRiDAY, FEBRUARY 7 ,- «.y if v. Ball is I«, he if the f the evening. Committees in ..f -tie dam-e have been at work ' q ; and all arrangements Tlie dance I 'J in* iiDiüiiil I-'.lvnuni-' hui«! I i i* In.v «'vc-uiitf. Mr am! Mini Feliruary 21. at kind liai!, under the auspices of tlte benefit of tile local voluti- This event is al eer tile ».' 11 lepi,rt ment . ked forward t as one cia I affairs attend are assured -ileeissful fin ■ear ali i nil iiappy i for ever a we, 1 are practically ■iieh year. f February 22. in eommemora of Washington's •rsary, hut this year, liecn line tlie 22nd •omideted. generally u|miii the Birtlnluy auni t n,n me Mr. the tire bureaus, and Inslanees were recited in which farmers who had I icon op posed to the organization had made the stutement that rather than do without 'the farm bureau and the county agent they would get together and furnish the necessary funds themselves to keep tin work going. ltefore entering the army Lieutenant Itironlnger was county agent for lMiig hum eonnty. The memliership war something like 250 at that time and this year the bureau boast an enroll ment of 1800. Ttic county agent is not a white collared dude, hut is required to lie a farmer's son and a gradual,* of an agricultural college. The hearty endorsement and promise of all itossildo assistance was given the movement by tin Commereial eluh. Mr Kjosness will return to Moscow in » few days and I.lent. Uroninger will remain here the balance of th< week, wtien lie w ill go to Moscow to at tend a meeting of all the county agents of the state, after which he will re turn here with the intention of visiting every nook and corner of the county holding community meetings in ilu school houses, in an effort to noamt pllsli the organization, In addition to the federal and spite money required, the amount to be ask ed from the eonnty will be approxi mate) y $2 !.<m> t « ■ r year, and the state ment was made by Mr. Kjosness that the additional tux required to this amount would ho nlsuit $2. in foj a 200-acre farm, Bilgnr H her of the highway commission of I he Ferdinand Highway district, was also upon by the ! a pi tw t to lie ti ( It Fry of Ferdinand, a mem tn being called if lla- < lilt'. glle-l ilmir lie stated that on - i ois iiecasiiin he had taken •on sideralde interest in the formalimi e ! a farm bureau and full, recognized the I ' I advantages to the farmer accruing ! Hierefrum. In regard to road mailers I In- Stated that Ills district had voted • bonds seine lime ago and that he wa at tin* county seat for the purpose of arranging their disposal and that work , vmilil start a- - -mi as the weather and ; ether eondiliuns would jx-rmit. The pro) company of hoy scouts brought ] before the club for eudorsomeld by : Sheldon Stubbs, was ■ommittee on civic improvements, to [be reported mi at the next club lundi j eon. .Money for North-South Road, j A eoiimiimieution from Uepreseiita ] five Seth It. Jones was read to the ! members of the dub by Harold Harris j which stated that the roads budget i had been introduced in the house and endorsed by the -enale ..imittee eall ing for S'.hhi.ikio f..r state highway im prm eluents ; sg.nno.oon for laying out and .«iBi.fMMt for the extensi.lepart m-i.t. nut of this Mal .mnly w ill - t S 2 s::.ii.i(i f.-r .Mb and si,mil road and Lewis and Clark highway. $72.000. -ition for the organizatinn f a referred I the ing on Sunday when last seen alive and was night attire when found Monday morn II" had retired dressed in I tineral held Wrd serviei'S were in-day afteraoon from the ... undertaking parlors and were undci Hv allspices of the W II. \V. of which [ deceased was a mendier, belonging to th" i'uelilo. Colo., ledge. Mr. HaiT'ind as horn in Bhilaih-l ! - survived by a noiee resid I a and is survived by a niece reshl-! tvoring to locate. , 1 mil IIMKK.S KKTFKN. Mr. and Mi -, Il- nrv .loi moors of this ,:i-on. fiirme, : in the t .;iv Mfs. M ig arrived ill, hell' T lighter. I tear;., and I'amil . Itavi ; ! I - T'hiir-ila y "i'-ning of hist w he Jol, •t; !"ft her,' I'Oll s-evera a ri > and pma lia-ed an Ii re tin 1 ; have tppuft mi I y -TiimI. They yy il! remain her ! : tin mis until spri g |iens up r-| rms on Kalurilttv. the Ihç.s of the de art ment .voted to stage the dance on ■venlng. Fein uni" 21 The cn larged Cowlmy oi. lu-tra of -even in -I rmneuts, dll.ted lo Sergeant Jae!; Running, the director of the Cowlmy Band, will provide the music and Ser giant Running promises a highly pleas im: and varied program. Ticket sell ing omiinittees will canvass the town »bendy and everybody will he asked to belli sustain the tire department by buy. It is ex- ' Friday ing a few tickets at least iiited r lia t probably 5fio tickets will lie -eld. Plan to attend this danoe he Is'st of the year. KNTKKS CIVIL SKUA U K. Mary anil Kose M «Tintée Called to Washington for War Insurance Work The Misses Mary and Kose Mel'ntoo left ihis niorniny for Washiuyton, 1* 1 I'., to take positions with the tiovern-l ment in the War Uisk Insurnuee l»e partment. Tile youtif ladles passed the Civil Servie, 1 examination over a year This is the seeond eall to Miss accept the here. Slie j ho was unalde to of duties it* 'SO. first on aeeount received lier summons Saturday by I wire, and intended leaving Wednesday, hut a eall came by wire fr Mary Tuesday e|« niny. and in order that [they might go tpgotlntit day. These positions! w ill he permanent if after six months I trial, both sides are satisfied Mr. II.inly and Mr. llattnbnugh have! gi|ien the young ladies epcty assist- | unco in their power, which is greatly | apprisdated by them. A friend of Mr linttabaugli w ill meet them on their | arrival at Washington, who will I after them, and letters of Introduction! me in their |Nisscssi»m given them by j Mr. llattahaugh, so surely w ill lie made easily, the young ladies will took uik'hi their depart tire with feelings of both pleas tire and regret, but all will join in congratulations and host wishes for their success and welfare. 'They will siou have accompanying them as far a, the Chicago. Mrs. Il'uh Wood, who w ith her small eldldreu is going to Itoston | Miss Miss ! Kose delayed a !' that their way pleasantly and The many friends here of tw visit \ of She will als lb C. visit relatives, later in Washington, t HONK TO VISIT IMKKNTS Mrs. Huh Wood and two ehildreu departed on this morning's train Boston, from which places she will go to the home of her parents, near that for ! place. The visit to the old home will j lie entirely in the nature of a surprise | Mrs. Wood's parents, whom she ha sh' ti not seen for the past six years, was accompanied on the trip as far a ( 'liii ag lie; In the Misses Mary and Itosi MeKtitcc. who go on to Washington •liter the civil servie, 1 in the It c. t war risk Insurance department. j j ; in I I I BACKBONE OF BIG STRIKE BROKEN I « -I I of by to the ill Men in All Lines Return With Exception of Metul Trade Workers. ; j I I ! 11. Seatlie's general if MO.oun union men and of ils kind and scope ever called in America, ended "olli eiully" at neon today, but at least two union which went out Thursday Inst must yet sutler for their action. The International union is declared Ib'i'e the union men work Fell. Sea It le, st rike women, the first the \ .ongshorenien's tho chief sufferer! went hack t" non-union employes and non-union men wore employed readily as organized dockwurkers | Two months ago this union, il is said I', for the first time was aide to put the along the docks and wharves are again heilig o|s*rut- J m Hie "open shop" plan, accord-: ing In employers, and Ibis piUcy he continued. , j ' beside , • ■ITT ■<• I "closed shop" plan in Seattle's waterfront. N ed ill •mployers in many shop.- j they would have In remain idle a few days longer hern use no work hail been, mt for them in i'nion tailors when they returned tn , resume work this afternoon were told their [ they joined the to T he tailors when I; general sinke voted work until one big Today they vote, hut no work wa it was said many cm possibly might attempt b m the iqieu shop ha-is. Seattle ties afternoon again wa lormal. Large nmabers pnlieean-a remain on duly not tu return tn qiett shop was unioiit'/.eil. ! rescinded this I ... plovers 1 'per,'lie "t """I and extra .;iv M lowcver. id' the meta -e benefit He jnetn 1 .-if I 1 I :e •t; genera a 1 1 In " 1 said lli.seu yy ork until \pril 1. w li-n 1 1" mil ef prep.--Ml t \y a i exist, m v age can barguu tlie metal workers W ith enq, loyers diro t. Bteuk in Ta» itta i nionisin. . .. "• ia. when ten 1 'uiiservative niembei ntitte.l. and submitted a request fm dal meeting I.. Ha ir Fcb. 11 oeetirred ! demands. f illegal and high-handed de 1 karg"* on methods of calling and eonducHng tin cn strike, of packing and controlling j. in- meetings and >,f htiuging the laboi | movement to the verge of ruin in Ta ' "Uta. were made against their unions' , Ser- leaders by S. !.. Ldily, fm mm ' i"i -president, and Jim Osbourne, dele ^ : -'u'e to the Seattle conference, win ! are among the conservatives wile [ to <•'"«<* 01 >' °l" , nly to figlit tlie nul- I buy. element. ! ex- ' will Mrs. Irsacl Harris departed reeeut-I ly for S|mkane where she will make! I an tndefinite stay. INCOME TAXES MUST BE IN MARCH 15 1 j I I | | | j in That there will no general oxten siou of time lieyoml March 15lh, for a, the tiling ment of Income and F.xoosh | taxes due on that dale, is the decision ltoper. Commissioner of The unnounee Commissioner of Internal Rev enue Makes Announce ment of Importance. ! MUST MAKE RETURNS !' Will Send Advisory Force of Thousands Out to Assist Taxpayers. of I' returns and for the pay Profits \ of 1 hmlol < '■ International Revenue, meut was made today by Collector Whaley, immediately following the a|s proval by the Senate and House of the f the conferees on tile new go for ! reporl Uevenue Bill. get the Initial tax j payments in by March 15th," says Com | mission,T Kojier. "No other course is ha "It |s necessary t Some months ago, the Treu Indebted possible, -ury Issued ciTtiticntes of to an amount approximating $800, it(t(i.(i(Mi. maturing March 15th. liest payment of the Income and K\ ee'- Profits Taxis for lois was plan dele. to meet tltisli lb ■ a lie; The the ned for Hull obligat ion. •'The American V'ople have proven ■mergeney too great he met and solved by cooperation situation is another which can be overcome by effort. The Bureau ex tends its every force toward this end j and I am relying upon I la pcipt, i 'meet the situation whole-heartedly, j "The Internal Kcvcuuc liiireatl must carry out the programme prescribed ; in the new taw, which requires , I returns for BBS to be filed on or 1 for. Mat'll 15th. l'.H'.l. anil requires the tirs, quarterly payment or the entire I payment to he made "i, or before that I (late. that there is no Tills I emergency presenl « -I h i| « ■ tu t ive ,it I "livery taxpayer who can iNissild.v is urged to make full payment of ; Ids! neoiue tax on m before March lotit. j do s payment method is ii I The I tended for taxpayers whose liuuning ! of the tax as one lime would tend < upset local linaueial eoiiditions. "The approval of the report of tin conferees by the Senate and House of Representatives brings the line Bill to Hie peint where il may 1 - 1 The Internal lb ciiue Bureau lias I.. making pi'ej.a. Hon- lo ei dleit the laxes which il and scope "olli two Inst new Be,. a.—mned tn fie law. t" and | said I', the along docks J , provides, and is now putting all of ils j efforts into aiding the taxpayers to ' full the obligations imposed. "The Bureau has arranged to .suol u> , ad vis ■y force if several thousands of deputies and agents to assist taxpayers. These officers will fie stationed at con venient ) mints • suited where they ay fie e< charge. Taxpayers ■houlil take the initiative and get in touch with these Key i-mie me W il lient for an i't'iled advice anil assistance in pr ■ ill pa,log T I," fnl'lii" I'.ir I In- t.i x returns ni • printed and all forms will F in the hands shop.- j p, t x ir,th and March 1." few been, tn , told I" ! 11 g f ('"Il ■tors betvvei II \ s i)S BABI.V Bi KNI'.l). when voted big they wa cm b wa duly Bailing Linseed Oil Tips on (lie Hands of llarvey \rledge, BlaiTeniilli. While working i.i -, 1(1 e new W on I in a wage ! llarvey A,ledge, one of unfurl unate! ' ork I hat lie had plac 1 ;■ -1 TTle-da,. ',ur lei-al I>l;i!-Us-tiiitit-. i'set a littekc, of burning linseed «, ! It'll w '-ni di r-i-Hy nn-r hot It lianib Imriied. lie ,f a pi y sa-iali ; at , i meta He In- injured tneni!'"r- dressed a I -■ 11 1 f ■ " T I- msideral ' - seine tittle f lit - in r I in' neeide " H , one the bn,-, ml parts t thi a r 1 1" t- In mu his w an a. m ■' "pt f .f the dec ef (!, I !.. I lev I as though 11 " w; I!'- Ii . ■ rk in the -lnq. and Hi u ■ ital. "• fm ir 'I'hc a uiu.il meeting of the Stock h itder- of the Ah-xa 1er Freldeurieli itiiee last ■ mi!It at ! !" : !» vN'NI A>. MKKTINH, KMi; kliolders ef (ii'angeviHe's Big Mer ■antile Fslaldislinient Fleet. ,■ tin T! ursilay evening. Thu following oltie- j. - wme chosen to guide the destinies laboi | ,,f imsiue-s for the ensuing year: Ta \|j|Mn I ' t !- ri< h, president, succeed unions' , j,,g ,|. Alexander, deceased: Frank Me mm mi,, ne. yieu ]u ident, succeeding Mr dele ^ , jdenri.'li win ! elected -,- ,etary-trcastirer and general wile [ manager. The above in connection nul- I witli A L (iilkes. ii anil T. W. Bales ! eonstitute the ixtard of directors. ! i* *1« 1 at tl»*- 1 linn's w:i - business The reeeut-I and found , was gone ovei yc,"l - lie in a very satisfactory make! "inlition and the outlook for the future I very bright.