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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LeiHBlUPGE, DAILY IIKHALD THURSDAY, MAY?. T^ttt TAXES WILL 'I HITiETHBR!DG[ ? ISTil ilARO'i Auto Tax Heavy Here*-Tobac-  conists Are Uncertain , !|! What To Do i - .;. .;. .j .;. .;. .;. ALLIED CONFERENCE xyrsaillos, Miiy I. - TIio im-portiiiu coiirereiuu of llic allloil iijiWons opens hvrp todiiy mul win ho I'iiiTioil over tomonow. Tlie inirtlcipaius lOmiiriso I'remiors Moyd GtnirKi'. Clem-I'licoau. nnrt OrUindo. of Cireiil Hritain, France and Italy', re-spoctlvely. ai>d ih� voprosentu-!ives of FraniT. Gn-at Urilaiii. Italy and tho rniti-d 'Slates iu the ^-IIprt>^u nar cmnuil Grocers and toli:n'i'ouisi.^ in ilie city are eagerly iuvaiiini; soniethini; delinito as to tlie dale on wliiili ilie new taxes to bo imposeil tiiis year are to go into effeit. Meanti:ue they are very eliary in their piinlui-ert and sales of eonmiudities wiiich are af- Tea is due fur a jump of Id eenis a point as sonn as ilie new taxes are applieahle. fotfee will advance three cents 13 meet the new tax. In reality the advance in the west will he five cents. On matches the. new tax Is one cent rier hundred. whicSi will mean from five to filteen eents per box. Tlie.se ;are the principal eoin-niodities affected which are handle>l hy the srocera. The tohaccoirisls arc in a iiaze as to what the new taxes will mean to tlietn. bnt ci.irar.s and cigarettes will Jnmii nearly a cent a i..a>c!; which will mean cDnsiderahiy more iiy iho liiiie the oonstinier receives liis purchase. Oil pipe iobaccos .the increase will he from 111 to (in cents-a pound varyinK accortiiii.t; to iiuality. Tliis will probably nioan about fjve cents increase in the'cost of the ordinary packa.i;o. Tax on Autos. Probably the new tax which will hit ij heaviest n Lethliridere is Ihe lo pci-cent, on the seiliui; price of automobiles. U is estimated tlia: J^.onii.-ocn worth of automobiles were sold In Lethbri,l the King's hotel in Xorfli Let!i:>r!ii!;e. anil it is understood a repcrt on tin- condition of the building is hciui; made. Soldiers are returning to Alberta at the rate of .'!.ih per month, and tis yet. with the e-tcoption of the sani-tariiiiu for Inng cases at Frank, nothing has lieen done towards oaring for any .of these men south of Cal-gar.v. Il appears tiovc as if the south were to receive some consideration, 'ijely many i.ethbrftlge men have been going to Kdnidnton fur treatment, and besides the expense being heavy, the men are a long way from home. The H:!rald nntarrl8 and Palmer on heftalt of the,two Clitttamcn, the dolondanl, who Is the chairman'of the village council of tile vlUOKe "t Ifeihiw, 01 01 aliOv t A#rW '-i, mull- .Mr. Pagan prea'clieu on the snliject "I'or lleligion." lOveryoue present showed their appreciation fm- the service by tiieir close attontiiMi and words of commendation. In his Introduction he rapped at the fiiristian who entered the dance, plays pool i and other (inestionable ar.usen nts, saying they couM not enter into these things and come out as pure as they erilcred. Here he drove iioine the truth with a very tittins illustration. In his sermon, lie used the most practical cases where .pebjilo borrowed their religion instead of getting it for themselves. First, many a husband borrows his wife's religijO saying "my wife has sufi'icient religion to raise the children right and get them in church in good company," but the hushantl does not ncetl it. Here he paid his tribute to' this kind ot a man. Then another class was tho man who borrowed his religion frotn the lodge saying he was a nvember ot the lodge and that iwas good enough for him, and not one lodge has the authority to promise you salvation but the lodg-? men make yon a better citizen If yon will live up to Its teaching, but it has no salvatloh, Tho last cl.iss he spoke qf was the class who borrowed 'heir religion from the death' bed repentanc?. This is the iierson'Who will not accept Christ now but wants to have a good time, and on his death bed will repent and iiray for eternity. The folly of this is that not one is sure of any warning and life may bo taken within a moment. Notice that this is taken irum a touching song that ought to make anyone think, "Coining to the (uid of tho road," Tonight the subject will be "The History of a Fool." WOULD BE IMPRACTICABLE; I^ndnn, .May Im reports of th trade after the rjaron Halfonr chairman, says -�Vny general .exports to pr6:ic trios after the impracticable lent." The inter-e committee on. war, of which of Burleigh is prohibition of nt enemy coim-war would bP and inexpe'V- -: > \BORATORIES, , STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) BAYONNE. NEW JERSEY. Dear Sirs: I'take pleasure in advising you that the relief I have obtained from the usepf Nujol is far more tlian what is ordinarily termed "satisfactory." \ For years before sending you my order for a trial bottle of Nujol I habitually used destructive " pink pills "due to the fact that through lack of proper exercise I wa^ continually constipated and a sufferer from other ailments known to result only from irregular bowel-action. I have-taken three bottles of Nujol, and ever siftce I finished the first bottle my bowel oction has been as regular as the rising sun. and my general ptiysical condition is now as good as can be wished for. In my opinion Nujol is a scientific cure for constipation and its countless other resultant ailments. 1 earnestly recommend it. Springfield, III,, January 5, 1917. Yours truly, (Name on application.) Don't dread constipation; but Jon'I negled il.'* It's the poisonous root of scores of serious ailments. Do exactly what this man did: bring back regular bowel-habits with Nujol. Nujol gives you the quick relief you want without the least griping or reaction. Thousands l^now it is the safest remedy. for the body cannot absorb it. Quit using harmful pills and salts. Nujol makes you "regular as clockwork." Start usin|; it to-day, ABSGLlJTELY HARMLESS There are no substitutes-there is only Nujol  Manufactured by STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) DAYONNK NUJOL n HEVcn SOLD 111 BULK If your (lrU););iBt huiin't NUJOL, bci $1,00 for wine pint, to Canndian Selling Anrnta CHARI-KS (;Vf)E & SUN P.O. BoK 875. Montri;!,! A- booklet, "Tht Dnrlor Says." mailed uii request NEW JEKSKV red cross drug & book co. v;. H. McCaffrey I KENNY & ALLIN J . D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO. f; HEDLEY drug CO. JACKSONy* CO. \ Clockwork rsfllj Ol for constipation 08875760 ;