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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIESDAV. API\IL:M), 1918 Tiir: M-niniifDriE oah.y iiKRAi.n pagk five NCREASED INCOME TAXES ARE OUTLINED IN BUDGET SP N COMMONS BY A. K. MIE OltawK. April ::'>.- lion A K M�c-l.can. aI' fin�ii('�, In tli� prvnfincc of a rmwiled chHmbi'i itiiti Ksll**i'(r�fieiileil annuHl limlRi'l slBt�nn>nt in (htim�>ii shmvld niv > sniii, and thf InevttaUlf dlffi^rriut-h of opinion th�t mjlHt prevail roKanllnK il>�' finan- CROWNBRAND cxxmSsntup I Brtad inttead of batter. -os PuddiBl* BUa� All groocrs Mil it. 2, S, 10, 20 pouad ttni and "PcHcot Baal" Quart Jart. Write for free Cook Book. nteMtMnMnce.uaiM aiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii Jiiice of Lemons! How to Make Skin White and Beautiful 1^.  tal Mrfaim of (ho houae would hanrtlly coiinir in tU*' obitervatloliR that th" Iglily itii porlnnt �aid that for thf rii3r:il yi'ar enrltnK .Mari'h M the revcniii' will rt-a^li. wlien all afcounti arr closed, $25S,(>ol),IM�ii RXceftllng th'' vv riiae of tlip prernillnK year l>y (l('i).00(� and that of the flrct year of the war hy |l:'3'{tO(i,i�it(>. fimUjinH will yielil !iMt;,iH.ii.(iii(i and excNc J.'T.iTim, i�(m, Willi.' other taxation* will hrlnR la about |2.*,i)iiii,iii)ii. Of llil.s latier amount the buNlnei� JJ'm.HI7. iniand revenue from railways, niiainsnip**. te|e(5r:r,>h and cable loiiipnnips. and |�t�nip� $2,-.'2;t,!.iMiii,iioo. Ordinary c inel est iind pen-ion p.iyineni.^ ,'ifi:i! to wi'.r aii'l iviv 'rlOK 'lie .'liiir |�'rii>d approximately hIhiii! -f7-''." .Vi- .M/irl.eai) then ^'il tlial 'lie net iietii (if ( idiada n hii ii letnii' war stood a; alioni ti.i'i.eee.iajn it-, now )i.ismmI tiie hillhiii ilnH.ii IlMll^ and ivhen the acr^nints tur llie i. i fiscal yi ;ir are rlosed it will ri-a' 'a iji proximately ^ 1 .^on.ceii.eoi), Tne in crease, lie )' be eNprr-lrfl. An addjt.iimal l.i\ bad al e b rn i>liired upon the p n ), inK indui^try. The luisini'-s iirofits wai (; and over The niiiendmonts will provhN lliat biiNlneaaes employinu capital of i'Z^>. eiKi and t.'.ll.ttiii) .shall be subject in t i-. ntion, but at a lower rale. The r.ile ol taxation shall he i;.". |ier cent, of the amount by which the profits evrei d MAYWNCOMIfl T! ! I i> Kcrier.'il iii, 'hi-ai 1. )',iH'r;i that i nin'. iii cycle-. aliU i true 1ii?l iiow, ( nii|. .11 � Htili'er vHo \v hi ; lilah- It iiivor. flii'l il ' i .\ I,it 111' Hit �)M I . 1 III) Ma-. Holwon >� ;: M.lje ;t|r (ill Tue'ulaN M' iii'j- X!.-iy Vlh and "'i Mil. rulii^t deKPee .Hi  lii)I:ir 1 piieal Tlii ;,ii-ce /��nlilnes cl-aa � (ly, �c;lii1ent. pj"; !iiimiir II i�roviilc i .i i e entyrtnlntiietif iiii'ii. �' iiiinn ati'l o!il f (111 : - lii fipily Past ii: ' ii ii 111! (iordon Hinlth 'If 111 \ l.lttle II; h r i'lever delt;,' i � .lillell'-e i finvui -iii ' The ,111 of .May Kill well >.'("i�ti|ie, r,:t i : i..... 1- illiiiu J)er,i.(.ii' b V I lil.n s '.i II � ill ! il.-it � II �, , i itii a � iii II . .Ml at thk or.i-nn'M Mow a iiiysterioii hy the ivHVP.H. exeri i > iori'e 1 ;:i| K, :1 - I: ,!. ic li.-ili , I'.ii j'l ir." riiiil � mil 1; il. :n III It � ''fiet'ii �! \^ i!) ,1 ;iin a I " �!! i � ir i � . v. nt  it >r >U.-> I '�' i i J �(��')fl i.i 111.....1 111 II ' �' 'i ( vt...... �i!ii,i-. �.; � I t!i � \ !i\ . �! l.apiii [\- 1 �. i ^ a; I. '� � ,i r.a 1 �� iia r: il iT. 11 a .,] i,cij ;i ^ � , I air' vv aid i' a'liiirl V'a arm � ! "�: r* r iiii; tiviia ! h' Il h'lie-. ipi'i'i  , I : i i 1 .i:ii' � ' 1 ,il II iini '1 - !�� i i I !� ,11,1 � 1 Vi' pa 1  ii'' t �� 1 a I ' fi � v \ .1 a j (��! . .11)1 -he lb �� e'opniel,' o: j �� i'. ;|i ilfDri � 1.1 V. ]:\ I 111, IP '; ill h r tl il-l'.'l ,i'l - 1 c^- 1 ,11111 ! Im '� dm all.' a s' :ai nf mil i TI pn a �� j iir liialcr-' imIIiiks i .i usi s I hi' [ilai; p' : \ III t .\ 1' Ita' (a till tir - � .V .r � r '.I i>c I ri> i i., , ; 1 .......1 � r .\i Si.:r,.iriil \\ e.j-.e. !.;. ,11 a lliai ��ila.- mm LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARGUERITE CLARK IN Bab s Burglar IF t-OU MISS THIS TREAT YOU WILL tVIAKE A MISTAKE. MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS STARTING Tues., May 7 AugustitR Pitr.u. liK... Proul tlie roaea and beauty of nfiy akin, (t U truly inarveloua to Hinuothen rouKh. red haodi. ~ Advertlaenient. i Kovernment had a favorable balance or ' lii per cent., the rate lieliiK aiiplicabh KurpluH of ahr>ui fo.'i.ftoft.rifio to apply ! to war expenditurea. ComlnR to the , present finance year. Mr. .MacLean � said that apart from increased Inter-eat caused by war iKirrowlnKs and the amount required fur pension.*, sub-atantial reductions have Iteen made la the eslUuKtPs of practically all the .�^ervb es. Balcw Eatimatea. I antiiipate." .said Mr. Mad.can. "that actual expenditure's will be well belDW the amounts voted These dartlons. howerer. are more than set by I he addJclcaal aums neede.l f^r IntcrPsi and pension for the current year over the past year and which e.\cc,3s I eslltnatp at |2.'.('(>i),l>iM), so that ordinary expenditure will in crease materinHy over that of the prsTloas yetr. Hubittantinl dlsbursp- nipnts will t>� necPisary In connection j l>er nent alike to Incoi porati'd eompa|iics aud stated amounts or capital. Income Tax Raiaed I'liporlant ainendmenls to the li come tax act a�e proposed The ex emptions in the case of iiiin-.' ' ie I I pi rsons is to be rediKed fiem ^laiuii to jilnim and for miirried penctis from 1 �;i,iM)il to $2,0110 the rate to 111' two |ier � cent from Jl OilOand up to $1.'.imi in the case of utit: arrieii persons ui; I widows and other widowers without de de-i pendi nt chll Iren and two pt r cent li.'f- from ?2.00r> and up t-i f.'.aiiii In the case nf all other pcrsonti. TU��. vrce lit HUpcr'u.'c is to be continued ns at pnscni up to incomes of l.'iii.eiio. at which point a new clas lificallon and rate Is pvoposed and which is fol low s: I'"loui jr.e.eflO and up to C-7r>.000, J,") with thu aokUera' land settlement pro rtramme aod the Halifax disatter The capital expenditure vote has been lua-tcrlally cut It Is estlinated, that for the present,finance year we shall be able to pay our ordinary and capital i expenditure out of our reveuue and ! have, aa In the past two year.^. an appreclahle sum uver which vrn ran apply to war purposes. The unex pended halanue of the Victory Ixian will finance our war exiiendliures and advance to the Imperial Kovurnineni Sir Alexander Gah CUpter, I. 0. D. E. TAG DAY \ h Support oi the Patriotic Work of tlie Chtptor Saturday Next, MAY 4th Tkf need h sore proiMBi* Pricoi of ntteritli are advancbf. The Ladies of the Ckapter cent mi your 1m|p awl �rait Iwve it toMabk tken to ciarry tbejr w�Hl THANK YOU Kioni $7.").Ill" and up to $10(i.00:l. L'a per (ten From tloO.OOO an.l up to li'iiii.uiiu, 25 pP!- i Pllt. Troni *:i>0,nt. Krcni SOijft.Ofiij .in.I up to, ii> per cent Fr(tni !�MHi,OiiO and up lo ^1 iW�),(iiMi. 4r> per cent All over 11,000.1100. -ai per cent. A Surtax In addition to the normal tax and V j BUpor-fax. it is pro|�osed. duiliijt the war. to enact ii,,war surtax assessable up 'o and Inclusive of the . alindir yea.-- Ihe war ends-tux puyablts as follows: On iiiconiPS fi'oni $l>.'HtO to $IO,00i>. five p�'r cent; on Inritmes, in excess �of liO.iMKi and not exteeiUug JuiO.iiiia tp.i per cent; on Incomea In excess of tlOO.OUO and not ex,0iU), twenty five per cent. ^Vt the lust session of parllaoi'int the niiniater of fin unce _ wu^ strongly urned to provide an exemption for each child in the family uf a married person Ituhio nil der Ihe Income Tax .\ci. DiiriUK the recess �nd before he left Ottawa In January tost, he had Riven careful cunsidorallon lo these representations and he concluded that some exomp lion In Rurh cases should be made. So an amendment to the act is i\ be submitted providitiK for an exemption nf $200 for each child, iifider U! ycai'm. ThiH ailiendUiPiil is not retroactive and is not applicable to the Income tax payabiA for the year 1�17. The eoiporulion income tux now four per cent is lo be Increased to six per cent. Other minor amendments are proponed hut will not he luiide public at this limo. 'We propose to Increaae the exdae duties payable on munutacturad 'obiti � co from to centa to 30 cents a pound; on ciRura from tfi to 16 a thousand; on (dxarettea from $:{ to ft! a thoim-aud; on forelpn raw leaf tobacco frrim 2S cents to 4i) centa a |m>und; on for-elRn raw leaf tobacco, stemmed, from 43 centa to 60 cents u pound. We also propoae to eatabliah an exctae duty of five cents a pound on raw leaf tobacco grown in Canada, all owIur the CanatUau fcrower a sufficiont quantity for his own use wUiiout payni,e�t of duty thereok. We also deem it ex-padt�nt to place u cuatoms tax ot 10 cents a pound on tea. Tha itrinolpal chan�e In the taxation upon coffee relalea to green coffee. The cuatoms tariff upon green c�f(ae. la Brit^dtt potteranttal tkriff, 2 1-4 canti a pound, aud generfel tariU. three centa a pound. Amoa Sage, injured at Brantford, at the Idallealtle Iron Works, (Med aa , result df bla Injuries.  THE 8. O. E. BENEriT FLiND FOR RtTURNCri SOLDIERS THE LAGT Whist Urive and Daice [ Ausiiii  s of the O. K. and 1). *: ..i of I'iui'.lainl. Two Special Prixes Will Be Given for Hidden Numbers, Admiuion - 50c MR. NEEDS WILL PLAY - NOTHING -BUT THE TRUTH I By James Montgomery from tha nova of Frederick Igham. WITH THE ORIGINAL NEW YORH CAST AND PRODUCTION. ' THIS IS NOT A MOTION PICTURE Prices $1.50, $1.00, .75, .5C I'Seats on Sale All Day Saturday a [ Box Office. MAIL ORDERS NOW. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT / � f g Pauline Frederick A Sutlday COYlCert IN The Hungry Heart Also LONESOME LUKE IN "LUKE'S WILD WOMEN" ,'. 7 wo HEEL SCREAM WILL BE GIVEN BY MISS O'HARA UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE G.W.V.A., ASSISTED BY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS On SUNDA F. MA Y 5th EMPRESS THEATRE DOORS NOT OPEN TILL 8.45 P.M. ADMISSION FREE A SILVER COLLECTION WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR BY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION. TONIGHT ( A' TOMORROW. PRICES 10c-20c WALTER LAW in 'The Unwelcome Mother A Wm. Fox All Star Production. A new photoplay with an intereating prob. lem behind it. Should a man sacrifice his wife's love or hia children's? Also a 2-Reel L-KO Komedy. ;