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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MpNDAY, JANllAlW 21, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERAID PAGE FIVE I HAS NEW APPEAL Kdmonton, Jin. Sl.-The appMl f Adam Naagd, fo�in'd guilty of murdering Ms wifa at Madfelna Hat after a tria) laatlna thirteen daya and aentenoed to be hanged In March, will be heard by the af peltate dlvlalon of the aupreme oourt af Alberta ttartlnQ Wednea* day moffilng. Naegel through hia eounael/la appealing for a reserve ease, hia-�ppeal being baaed at aertain Radical teitlmony admitted at the trial In Medicine Hat by Mr. Juetlce Hyndman. Nnegef is now In the death cell at the Lethbrldge jail. RAISE PETROLEUM PRICE New York, Jan. 21.-The Standard Oil company of New York to-ctay announced an adv.inee of 25 points in refined petroleum In caa-ee for export, mnton or before the 28th day ot February in each yenr, without any notice or demand, dollrtr to the minister ot flnanco a return of liis that they are put upon,the same basis total income during the last preced-1 as a married man. Corporations pay ins calendar year. Upon receipt of-, the minimum taxation of 4% no this return,'tho mlnistei- ahall on or; matter how much tlioir income is. before tho 30th day of April In each . Thus, an Individual with an income year send a notice of assessmeat to jot more than $100,000 pays an Incomo each taxpayer and the tax must be-tax ot 4 per cent, and a super-lax ot piid within one month from the date i 25 per cent while a corporation with 17-32 � BQULTONS AUTQ LIVERY CSTABLIS^ED SIX YEARS � � i We know our way around the country as well as you know the way from your office to your homo. Try us. PllONE 1206 BOB'S AUTO LIVERY Closed and heated cara for eity ind CO ntry trips. Hoapltal calls r specialty. STAr.O, ALj^XANOA HOTEL DAY AND NIOHT SERVICE PULLEY'S AUTO UVERY Phone I540 MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR-NIQHT Weiley T. Flynn Phone 17B0 THE NEW INCOME TAX (By Goo. B, O'Connor, KC, In Kdmonton Bulletin,) upon which has been withheld for payment at the source of the Income, Rata af Taxation The rate ot taxation Is as follows: (�). Four per cent upon all Income exceeding �1,500 in the case ot unmarried persons and widows or widowers without dependent children and ex-ceeCng vS.OOO In the case of all other persons. In addition there Is a supertax ot; (b) 2% from $ 6,000 to |10,000 (c) r.% from $10,000 to $20,000 (d) 8% from $20,000 to $30,000 (e) 10% from 130,000 to $50,000 It) ir.% from $BO,000 to $100,000 (g) 25% of tlio exceaa over $100,000 Tho Dominion Income Tax bears much more lightly upon the large Incomes than does the Drltlah Income Tax. The British government conscripts tlie greater part of all large Incomes. The income of corporations up to $3,000 Is exempt from taxation so ON FACTORY ACT R. B. Bennett Says Act Is Uncalled For-Druggists Present Agreements ot mailing of tho notice of assessment. Penalties The penalties for breach o^ the Income Tax Act are very heavy. Failure to make the annual return Incurs a penalty of $100 a day and the making the same Income pays only 4 per cent income tax and pays no super-tax whatsoever. Persons carrying on business in partnership are liable for Income tax pnly in their individual capacity. Calgary, Jan. 21.-Arguments were presented at the sitting of the commission here today tn investigate the application of the Factory Act. E. L. Carpenter and A. G. firownlng, deputy attorney general, hoard the statements of representatives of tho merchants, restaurant keepers, n special delegation ot druggist^ and a largo delegation of labor men. The commtsaion >wlll leave the city on Monday night for a similar hearing at the other cities in the province. R. B. Bennett decried tho act as uncalled for, detrimental to Calgary individually and to tho state as a whole. He reached tho climax, ot a long and able argument (n the statement that it would be "fatal" to the Industry inil trade of a pioneer coun try. The merchants, one and all, cor-rqborated his viewpoint. Druggists Protest The druggists arguod that to close tho drug stores at 10 o'clock each ot a false statement in any return Is Taxes paid during the year, 1917 un-;""^"a "�T� "Vv .h, nn^ punishable by a tlno not exceeding der the Special War Revenue Act! n'sht, as provided by the act, w^^^^^ or, imprisonment tor six; loiB and the Business Profits War; be tp seriously hamper the medical or both fine and Imprison months, or both fine and Imprison- Tax Act^lDli;, shall be deducted from ; PT'e��o* o' tn� c�y They asked ment. , the income tax for 1918. Certain in- �ception for tholr trade with the Income Is defined by Sictlon 3 ot comes are liable for taxation such as ! express proviso that a clause be suh the act as the annual net profit the Incomo ot tho governor general \ stltuted permitting only 55 hours or gain or gratuity, whether ascer-1 of Canada the income ot consuls, and j worK'"reach employee per week, and talned. and capable of computation! consuls general, companies, not less -'' mation. said to hnvo been obtained \if the government that German agents had been instructed to use all means � to paralyze all effort to move freight ' and clear ships Is understood here to and then abruptly and witli a startrng , be re3ponBll)le for tho doubling of climax springs a surprise that shows the audience what it least expected. TABER AT THE MAJESTIC The Maude Henderson neportoire will open their engagement at the Majestic theatre tonight In the poworful four act play "The Lure ot Wealth." Manager IJrown is giving this company his personal rocomniendntion. They wil be at the Majestic all this week excepting Saturday. The ^rent international success "The White Feather" the British War Office Secret Service drama will bo seen at the Majestic theatre.  The White Feather" is in Its third year in England and It played tor one full year In New York. While In Australia it was played tor a season. Tho drama Is b.ised on actual happen'ngs near Cromer, England, and deals with the plot of two German hotelkeepers, mother and son, who assuming tlie name of SuiuleiHon betray the English secrets to tho Kaiser. "The White Feather" will bo presented on Monday night, January 28, and mi the following evening Mr. Brown will be seen in "The Love ot a King," which v/as received wth marked favor here a tew months ago guards today at all and terminals. piers, shipyarda ^ C> 4> 4> � � 4> ? ? ? > Af^TILLERY ACTIVE Rome, ,Ian. 21.-Increase In artillery fire on the Italian northern front between the Brenta and I'iavo is reported in today's war office statement. Some reconnoitering operationa were carried out on both sidea.    �  � INDIGESTION. GAS. OR STOMACH MISERY IN FIVE MINOIES Washington, Jan. 21.-The Holland-American liner Nleuw Amsterdam, being detained at Rotterdam with 2,000 passengers, including tha new Dutch minister to the United States, Augustus Phillips, la held because Oerraany has, warned Holland she will not permit the liner to sail unless the Dutch government agrees that the ship will At once return to Holland. At the same time the United Btatos , government is Insisting upon Ita condition that tho Nieuw Amsterdam ; come directly back from Holland after making the one trip over. Oil's .%rTO UVKRY Day Phone ll'tS, Nloht Phone 787 Ford Engines REBORED AND REAMKO AND ' FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE QUARANTEK / SATISFACTIOKt. Zie.Flrai Ava. S. Phena 1732 i^lVEN BRO& lit Pit at Ava. S. Phaita I7>f FARM _LANDS Of fha Hndann'a Ray CompsBf and Calgary and SdinoDtue LaBi Co. . CITV AND PARM MORTOAOES i he H. Macbeth Agency "Papa'a DIapapaIn" far our Aeld ^tomaeh, Haartburn, OyapaiMla. Time It! In Mve minutva �ll atoin-ach distress will go. No Indigestion, heartburn, aourhesB or belehtng ot gas, acid or eructations of,undlgaatad food, no dlxzlneaa, ' bloating, foul breath Of headache. Pape'a Dlapepsln la noted for Ita speed In regulating upaet atomachs. It Is the aurest, qulckeat and moat certaln\ indigesiion renkedy In the whole world and bealdea It ia harmless. . Millions of men and women now eat tholp favorite tooda without tear-they know Papo'B Dlapepsln will save them from any stomach misery. Please, tor your aake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape'a Dlapepsln from any drag atora and put your stomach right. Don't keep on belpg miserable-Ufa la too abort-you arc not here long, ao make your stay agreeable. Eat what ypu like and digest It; enloy it, .without dread of rebellion ia tha atomacb; Pape'a DIapepatn ba)ouga in your home anyway. Should one of your family eat sometb)nf; ;i�rhlcb don't agree with them, or IB ease of an attack ot Indigestion,; dySpipil^v, gaitrltia or Btomaob dorangtrmeitt At daytime or during the nighty It, la handy to give the qulckeat, avreat rellat known.- Advartiaement. ' ' ! \ U. S. SOLDIER STARIEO THEFIRE Washington, Jan. 21.--Frederick It. Woodward, a private In the army quartermaster corps, confessed today that he started the tire which threatened the quartermaster, storehouse here last week and destroyed f50,000 worth of food and other supplies. An official statement says Woodward -die-Glared himself a pyromnnlac and had In 19IC firisd a lodging house In Worcester, Mas3.> I Ottawa, Jan.  21.-Thfe Evening Journal says: "It is understood that the chief proposal made by tho labor men to the government l^st week was the establishment ot government' controlled labor bureaus and the abolition of all private bureaus, charging fees and leading to much confusion and general lack of cooperation. They urge a central Ottawa exchange In charge of a Dominion organization, with locar bureaus In each province, and extending a network ot employment agencies ali over the Dominion. Tbeae bureaus or government controlled employment agencies would look after female as well as male labor. This scheme was put forward by the labor men as ai counter proposal to the suggestion ot the agricul-1 tiirlats that labor might be conscript-' ed tor essential industries. It is now-understood that the agriculturists aro In agreement with this proposal, and the Indications are that it will be carried into effect." Word was received by Mrs. Arcliie Loohiis last week that her father, S. J. Wing, of Sugar City, Idaho, had suf-1 fered a paralytic stroke and had lost hia speech, Mr. Wing is ono of tho old timers in Taber and left here about five years ago. Mrs. Loomls and her sister, Mrs. Wellington, left on oatur-day morning for Sugar City to see their father. On Wednesday morning. Crest Alu-|citch, a native of Jlontonegro, employed at the Canada West mine, met with a painful accident. He was firing a shot and efidently it did not go off to suit him and ho went back to see what was the matter, and it went off and he was hit by the tailing coal and injured on the head and body. Ho was tal