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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OTOooiir2o; Increase in Canada's Revenue in Year Mostly From That Source OTTAWA. April 1. ll'au. insures issued l-.y the ileparuneni 1.1 customs and inland revenue coyerius the fiscal year lliiti-21, whicl- closed, yesterday show an increase in ,ne rev-j emie from customs duties, escis.'. luxury, sales and manufacturers' (axes amounting to approximately fitly mil- lion dollars an compared with the prc- ceding year. The tolal revere from i all these sources during the fiscal year ending today was com-1 Iiared with in 1919-2H niak-, Ing an increase of j The increase in the total revenue i.s j accounted lor hy increased colleclioiiM j from luxuty and sales taxes which ad-! vanced from in 1913-20 lo j iu the. year just closed, i Customs duties and excise taxes hoth i yielded reduced revenues, the former; dropping from last year; to and the. latter from; in 1919-50 lo during the year just closed. The figures for March alone show j a decline of revenue from j the various sources The; total revenue for March this year j _, ,____ as compared with neation from any pan of S61.040 in March 192D. The tolal col-. -P..... lected through (he lltvty and sales Do This For Constipation PEOPLE arc britiiininif to realirn thai it is not lit all necrssary io Ukc a j-trontr (Htrsative pill, and be weakened agd upset ill day, to relievo no matter bow old or irnronlc it is. The bowel muscles will gel just (lie proper amount of stimulation from a IvMpounful of mild, gentle Dr. I'siW- I.atntive Syrup Pnoein. which is u of simple herbs with pepsin. The full fortmtU is on tlio pacliiiFe. A. sixty-cent botllf will list months, end last year over eight million were bnuirht In dnis stores. It reli-vi-a constipation athes, bilioutnew, indite't'on and feverisvine5i. would like to lest Dr. CaU- u-eU's Laxatiw Pepsin free oj charge buying it in tfiC regular tfdT of your Jrugn'sr, 5cml wur mime ancL cJJrcjs to D'r. B. 10 Front St., Bridgcl'urg, Out., aiul a fret trial bonk wll bt sent you taies In March of the present year was against in March 1920. "YOUR TEETH" Local Anaesthetics By Rca Proctor McGee. M.D., D.D. S., Editor Oral Hygitne. die face or jaws ihat he may de: lrormer'.y the local anaeslhelic was injected willi a hypodermic syringe around the eiact spot where ihe opera- lion was to be performed. Bill nowa- days Ihe injection is made at any point upon the main bralii-h of the i nerve that supplies the area to be i operated upon, and the entire nerve branch is temporarily desensitized so that pain is absent. The use oE the lo- cal anaesthetic in nerve blocking, as i thin method is called, was almost tirely developed by investigators in, America. Fortunately, we are now able lo n-anufactnre in this country ail of the synthetic drugs that are necessary, so that we never again will be "caught with a local anaes- llietic famine, as we were at the be- ginning of the war. 150.000 Less Farmers in Ontario Than Yeurs Ago; Says .1. .1. Morrison ST. 'THOMAS. uufore ihe Canadian i-lnli heve last nighl J. .1. Morrison. of ihe I'niteil H'armers of Ontario, dea'l at li-uglh with nira: depopulation. "Il is a national irageriv." he suiii. i "thai the people are vanishing from ilie iaud. I want io a. k yon iipn what yon are soins to do lo stop thi" We all amee tlui we imist gel Hie pci Die nil ihe but how i. a, otvv..... commission" inquiring into the raxiial rotary will he appointed later by ra'lway of the Ontario hydro-1 executive commlitee. Ihe WE SELL ON'LY FIRST-CLASS GOODS A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES suKir ..................10s- 'sugar advanced in price this week. We have still some to otter al the old price. Dairy Butter, finest; per Ib...................40c Quaker Oats; per pkt.......................30c Kellog's Corn Flakes; 2 for Pure Plum Jam; per 4 Ibs...................85c Strawberry and Apple Jam per 4 Ibs.........65c Peas and Corn; per tin Potatoes, Gold Coin; per 100 Sunkist Peaches, Is, per tin ................'35c Evaporated Peaches; per Ib. Cheese, finest Ontario; per Ib................40c Extra Special for Saturday Only any kind. per4-lb Lennox Soap; 11'bars for., till L size. A real bargain at, per doz., Soap Flakes; per Ib...... J. A. JOHNSTON PHONE 1314. 426 13TH.ST. N. FOR SATURDAY GRAIN-FED LAMB PRIME STEER BEEF These are very select and the best obtainable GEO. A. DELANY, Mgr. 210 FIFTH ST. SOUTH. PHONE 1580. power commission by .lackson. of Mount Vcrnon. X. Y.. con- sultanl on electric railway and motor! practically double that of a tram car! Procaine. the dentist is able to take rm a mlK- ______ gleeful. vT names crow and play when, health is right Proper food mattes gleeful babies. Since 1857. NAME HALL AFTER SIR ARTHUR CURRIE OTTAWA. Mar. The new ..uibiy hall under cimalrnciion al the r.oyal Military TolleRe, Kinirstun. will b" named Sir Arthur I'nrrie Hall, in honor of the i oniinandor ol' the vic- lurinus corpP. The an- nouncement was made here today liy itic minister