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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920 ISTUBmUuE JJAILT tWHAU7, (Continues! Iron) 7) lets, baseball bats, gloves, masks, pro- tectors, shoes and football helmets, harness and gouiti, basket- balls, goals anil uniforms. tjolC bags mnl 'clubs, lacrosse sticks, balls ot all kinds, fishing rods aud reels, billiard anil uool tables, chess and checker hoards and dice, games, and parta ot games (except playing cards nnJ children's toys atid and all similar articles commonly or com- mercially known as sporting goods in excess of SO cents; natcd Vi'aro not otherwise provided for In this resolution adapted for household or office Velvets, velveteens, plush uad silk fabrics; Embroideries of silk; Lacf, including collars or collarettes of lace and all manufactures of lace; Jlihbons of.all kinds of materials; Smokers Hit (b) A tax of twenty per cent MCIfSfflED Cigar mid cigarette holders and- pipes In.excess of each; Cigar aiid cigarette cases, ash trays and match Bold or sliver; Humidors and-'smoitog Elands; Hunting and zhootlut garments and riding habits; Hunting and Bowie Gold and silver handled pocket knives and pencils; and ivory toilet ware; V Articles of silver not otherwise pro- vided for in this resolution adapted for household or office use; Silver ami-gold de-posit ware; Wearing apparel, not otherwise pro- Ylded for in this resolution, the com- Iionent material ot chief value being boots anil liats; Oriental nigs.; Carpels in excess of three dollars (J3.00) per yard; Curiains, including tapestry cur- tains, in excess of each; Chandeliers, except for churches: c AriJcles commonly or commercially luiown as jewelry, whether real or imi- tation, for personal use or for adorn- ineut of tho person. Tax on Gold Articles (c) A tax ot fifty per cent Articles of gold not otherwise pro- vided for in this resolution adapted for household or office use. 2. That the excise taxes as impos- ed by tho'preceding resolution .shall paid by the purchaser to the ven- dor at the. time of sale for consump- tion or use, or on importation for con- sumption or use other than for ie- fiaie, in addition to the duties of cue- tarns already Imposed, and -by the ven- dor to His Majesty in accordance with such regulations: as may be prescrlb- IVient aud proprietary medicines, including mediclnsl or medicated mines, vermouth and ginger vino con- taining not more loan forty per csnl ot proof spirits.' Liquor Tax U> A tax of two dollars per On rum, whiskey, brandy, gin, wines containing mora than forty per cent- proof spirits, cord lab, llquers and 'spirituous -and alcoholic liquors not otherwise for in thuj resolu- tion suitable (or beverage purposes; On lime Juice or fruit juices, forti- fied with or containing more than twenty-five per cent, ot proof spirits. On spirits uvd stronc at toy kind, mixed with any iEgredteat or in- gredients, as being or known or ated as anodynes, pllxln. tracts, lotions, or medicines, orcthereal ud splrtiuonc fruit ee- sences, not otherwise srovlded for in this rcsolutlou; On alcoholic pertmai sad perfum- ed spirits, bey rum, cologne, and lav. eudcr waters, hair, tooth and skin washes, and'other toilet, preparations containing spirits of any kind. (g) A Ux of thirty cents per gil- f On ale, beef, porter, and stout; On wines of all kisds, except spark- ling cqntainlng not than forty per cent, of proof spirits. e said to be a praiseworthy one and calls-for Is we wish for the best and not the second rate at the local theatre. An Idea of. the nature of the "Mas- ,ct that It takes five railway cars to i carry the personnel and the scenery.! The charge- for tickets Is high, it .Is Irue, but not so high when It Is romem- bcred that the regular scale for the piece in the States is S3.50. If it Is a case of "keeping Lcthhriilge on the the saying is equally true in re-Bard lo the. theatrical map, and this for the consideration of the pub- lic In., their own interests, in having shows here that are worth while going to in the trne-setise of pleasure and enjoyment. Jlr. Post, it may be here f-ald, made a great name for himself in hjs impersonation in "Omar the a play which, drew forth many eulogies. TAKE TIME TO CHEW! Its tKe secret ofgood is Nature plan for utilizing all the elements in be Sure you are a real foodSkreddfid Wheat Biscuit B d! food It KX) per cent whofe wheat Its crisp and tasty goodness encoorades 'thorough dvewingr-hence thorough digestion. Children fed on mushy porridges donotde- irelop sound teeth.Two of these little loaves of Wheat make an ideal breakfast 'HADE IN CANADA OLD COUNTRY PRESS MORfe FAVORABLE NOW TO G.T.R; ARRANGEMENTS LONDON, llsy Canadian Associated the possibilities of tbe distribution ot Grand Trunk awards over various stocks, now t'liat the committee of management h.as been appointed, the TimcE' financial correspondent says that the present quotation for-ordin-' ary rtock which forms the bulk of the stockholders ivill benefit from the award. The Daily Mail remarks that the constitution of the committee insures it seems to imply a certain cordiality hitherto not noticeable in tbe rela- tions between 'the Canadian govern- ment aud the Grand Trunk. TREA.TY FOLLOWS INVESTIGATION Jiay Canadian signing of a treaty at Washington between Canada, the United States and Great Britain cov- ering the sockeyo salmon fisheries Vf British Columbia follows on the inves- tigation ot the international" joint fisheries commission which was ap- pointed'over a year ago to adjust mattqrs of dispute on fisheries be- tween' Canada and the United States. Three members were .appointed from Canada and three from the United States. POSTPONE THRIFT CONFERENCE CA1X5AHY, May was decided at a meeting of the thrift board held Saturday, that the national thrift con- ference, which was to be held in Cal- gary June 3, 4 and 5, ho postponed un- til some time in October. The chair- man, Mrs. Slavert, explained that in order io make the conference Domin- ion-wide, more time would have to be spent in educating the people along the lines of thrift, and also in tho spreading of propaganda. FRENCH CABINET APPROVES LAW FOR WHEAT PURCHASE PARIS, May text of the proposed law establishing the.price- of wheat and otherwise exercising con- trol "over tho wheat supply of the country, was approved by the cabinet today. The law would authorize the government to buy ail domestic wheat of the 1920 crop, ns well as all for- eign wheat needed to provision the country. INDIAN AND ARGENTINE WHEAT CROPS LARGER OTTAWA, May in- creases In the grain crops of India ;md Argentina are for tho com- ing season by tho International Insti- tute of Agriculture. In a cablegram to tha department of agriculture here, the institute tho wheat crop of India for 1920 at bush- els. Last season's crop totalled bushels and the avcrago for the flvo years, 19U-1S, was 000 bushels yearly. The corn crop of Argentina" Is estimated at 25S.G92.000 bushels, compared with bushels last year and n five yeari' average of yearly. MADRID BREAD SHORTAGE GROWING LEES ACUTE MADRID, May The broad sup- ply became more plentiful in Madrid lotfny and tho r.ntliorities made ar- rangements to cauflo a decrease In the size, of the brcnd lines which hai formed for somn days past because of the bread scarcity. This was brought about by tho distribution ot loaves In many centres where'Ihe people could supplies without long waiting. On Face, Very Sore and Itched, Did Not Sleep, Cutictira Heals. "When ray little niede waa two monlhii otd; ehe had ray badly on her fuz. It WM of a moltt kind, ind took o bUKtt form, ond was very core. It itchtd, nuking her fioe hot, imd obe would Kimtch She did pot iVep well nijnts, A neighbor recommended Cutl- cnra so we got Intro, and one cake of Soap End two boxes of Ointment tttaicd htr." (Signed) Miss ZlUa O. Stodderd, F, D, 3, Randolph Centre, Maich 10, 1919. Male Soa p, Oiulrnent and TJcumynuj daily toilet prcpiralioni. 1 Ofil WiLSON ASKS CONGRESS FOR AUTHORITY TO TAKE MANDATE FOR ARMENIA WASHINGTON, Jfay President Wilson today asked authority from congress for tho United States U> accept a ihau- datory for Armenia. The prest- dent told congress 'that, he thought the wish of the Ameri- can people was that tho United. States should become the man- datory for'Armenia. f.-''t 't ft ff -b ff ft.ti ft Condition of Japanese Emperor Causes Alarm HONOLULU, Hay 26. Emperor Yoshlhlto of Japan suffered a physical and .mental collapse about April 1, ac- cording to the Honolulu Pacific Com- mercial Advertiser, quoting a source unofficial but considered authentic. The advices said the emperor was suf- fering from locomotor ataxia, or a similar disease. Plans for establish- ment ot a regency have been discard- ed, tho Advertiser's Informant said, because It would reveal the real con- dition of the emperor. ociivirs ROttlHCHJSEHOU) Canada's Best Flour MAKES THE MOST WONDERFUL BREAD AND BASTRY YOU EVER SAW, HANDLED BY "ALL ASK FOR AN OOH.VIB COOK BOOK Pyorrhea'sirifectinggermscauss many ills. MedicalRienceliasprovcnthis. Diseased conditions, which not lonf ago doctors were unable'. trace to a cause, are now known often to be the result of Pyorrhea. germs that breed in pockets about the teeth. Rheumatism, anaemia, nervous disorders ind otto diseases liavc been traced in many cases to this Pyorrhea infection. Don't lat Pyotrhea work its wicked wiUonjoiirbody, VisityourdentUlfoc- Anattatchyoin'punsyourstlj. Pyor- rhea, which afflicts four out of five people ovir forty, begins with lender and bleeding aims; then tho gums re- cede, tho twin decay, loosen and fcll out, or must be extracted (o rid the fyslCMofpoisonsseneratcdaUhdrbasc, Italian's For trie Gums will prevent chcckitsprogrea, if used in lime and used consistently. Ordi- nary dentifrices cannot do tliis. For- Hums hard and healthy teeth white nnd clean. Start us- in; it today, If gum-shrinkage has eet in, use Fornan'aaccordmsfo directions consult a dentist immediasdy for 35c and- 60c.lubos !n Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mailtiibc postpaid, LTD., Montital Rrhatfs ot Tircit blue, atr (bit tingles! tamt niiins out jrour it with tu great IlOltl. filPB will tfrc yoa tbe ipcrtitit tcnnir, notarlne aod climbing, maun- uta mils paaics, warm pool, fciz eiree for tbe camera, fine And it tfld ot the day minCc ami dancing irith of people TOU wmt to t'oJl or fcr CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY R.J; GORDON TiCKET AGENT ROUND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST FARES VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ON SALE MAY 1STH TO SEPTEMBER JOTH, INCLUSIVE FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER S18T. 1S20, ALLOWED TRY THE "Trans Canada limited" Slejplng Car Train For Information Apply: J. GORDON, Ticket Agent PHONE 612 ;