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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN- LETHBIUDGE DAILY- HKHALtJ i-UlDAY, MAY 192tJ Barbers Pay Mote for Tonic and Are in Information dol- 1 poultry arc :tno, likewise suga'rj syrups aid iuo- Ttio followiug question .and ais-suer in, tho boot and shoe Is luxury lax chargeable on llolal price payable by ouusumer, or [total price retailer, or.ouly ou excess overprices named iu news- How much, id (fix uu j voting ret.jih.-j eleven laud to ths consumer ;u fificeu? I Luxury tax is chai-tjoablo ou itoial price- when articles aolti in ex- of HKIUUUI stftted lollars yrf "one dollar ?.nd fitly ;T Itarbcrs are affeeted ly the luxury tax. They scwi io i position of having bear th treast'd co.-i of huir loarr thvim The wholesalers are taxert tw> Isrs a. fiylUitt and as liair tonic i? used iu email ctuantiifes ou each citsJomer it she barbers yei have not b'.-cn able to a fair means pusaias on tlie iar. This morning Revenue Ofii- cor Woods received a list ot quesifODS and answers frtin Ottawa. The qucslieus somr- that have been sent iu by interested parties all the Dominion, smTtho answers given to them copsidc-rable quantity of informal iou. In answer ro cue uueslion concert- Ing jewelry tho follgu-iiit; answer is given: "Jewelry sold to tho consum- er at dollars and forty-eight cents, the tai u'culd lie fcrly-eithL cents; jewelry sold to the consumer Tor two j ufaclurer, dollars and Is subject to lElIS mi ctoEic-s La subject iv.'enly per ot1 tax'froiii .the IKT cj'iit. from the i spared fac tutors, asiJ Importers. lax- A quwtioii from a manufacturer ot silver plMtd waro out the fol- Itiwiog "A luxury tix on s ver plated ware auj sterling ware shall JAT Ly the to tho vendor it ;ht> time of Sales tax is payable on pales by Tacluivrs anil wtolesalers on hiuiorja- tiotis. This must not bt) incluJoJ cost on ivhich profit is t-alculated." Articles In Bond ID regard to uriu-k's in boml. on MI reads: Sales tax of one jier cenii covers in bond value if removed Jr If scld daty paij duty paid. Arilclcs sup Vlied in eichnuge for tbow returned [Colletl CUves Evidence Tilht unuarisTactory or damaged nor tax- able unless articles supplied iccreasej value. One per cent. Kites i us ojiJmpoVtaiious is payable .duty paid aates.'" Tea is c-ierupt (roiu :ax: lirO substitutes iire subject to tax. Gocds or sold by niau- laiplitTited Negotiations in Calgary Proceed Percent liaise Is Likelv uu-nt aud aav othor spwlal i, OHM. Tho from 52 .of 55 conn. Poll Tux of Chief of Police Is Collector Assistant Cemmisslcwur Harrison, of the coal commission, waj- in the city joa Friday to adjudicate ou certain dlf- foreuccs locally. The commission Is at present busy in Calgary ou the 13 per ceiit. increase demanded by tUo miners, following the Increase of pay granted the ia the States. The increase now asked for is not with relation to the hlgti cost of living, but to place the wages of ihoi miners on a those la the States. Tho last raise of 14 per cent, uuide Imd no re- ference to the cosi of which, hi tact, has o? A tylaw was passed by tho city ouncil Ibis Diomliig. May 2Slh, strit- ng the tax ratb to he In force ftxnu bts date for 1920. Tho rate, as an- nounced in the iierald, is 42 mills for mbllc school taxpayers ant! for .op a rate school. Iu uddltfru to these bore will bo the one riill for tUe sun- ilouientarj' tax. In the- mill rate named. S-37 mills are special debenture l-'roniasc ou property traversed by water works Is 7V4 eonts per Itneal foot; tra versed by sewer. 5 cents per lineal 'oot; by bouleraras, 5 tents pt-r liu ec-nts the tax would Sore Throat, Colds Quickly Relieved 2y Hitnlln't GH I Hfttnlin's Wizard Oil is a simpll ciTcctirc treatment for sore ihrcai and chest colds- UseJ as a cargie for throat it brings quick relief. Itubbcd on ihc enest U will often loosen aup a hard, deep seated coM in one night- often sprains, bnilscs, cats tnd burns occur in every family, as Vf'cll as little troubles like carachi, toothache, cold i.ores, canker sores, neck, and tired aching feet .Sootiiiiis, liealiu? Wizard Oil will al- briutc quick rclwf. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. 1i not satisi'eJ return the boltle and your money back. Ever coustipated or have, sick lieidsche? Just try JIVmps, pleasant little pink pills, 50 Guaranteed. 'wholesaler or to are bubject to sale tyi, alsp luxury tajs. i' imported anEcles are sold. Confectionery includes candied peel, candied popcorn, candied fruits, candied nuts, sveeteneU ctx-oa or in blocks or ,d or nnd i chocolate paste, cc liquor caljes weighing ono pound Help Your Qiption reKcTe'the with pletsant (o take as KMp jour stomach sweet, try MADE: BY ft GOWNE nimnl Was Stolen Front 0. McLean and Killed GlLnoa, JTlic i since i utj raise was granted with the objecl i ot stabilUing tho milling Sudustry. Thg :iiiinenj are now asking (hat the 13 per eent. raifo bo made retroactive to irl'ned, as nUcgfu. wnaj In the robbery of the Kay-1 raoud popt office Uecc-inWr, ;md reniunded fur trial at the preliminary hearing at the provincial police court, appeared before Magistrate Uurrell on TKuhrfay rJiernoon on tins alleged cha'rge of oat Mo stealiug. The partic- ular cnarpe was that of stealing an animal belonging to Oliver McLean. Ralph who is at present Iu the provincial jail serving a sentence ?ix months for being conuueiefl yith the post oifice with whlclL-he'IuivilcAteJ Glines, .gave cvl- deneo. He stated thai he wa? employ- ed on farm and helped to drive a bunch of cattle belonging to Mc- on to It. from wUU'h the particu- lar anlinal was selecteti and aftDr- killed. The herd, he said, wag ptes. catca. liiscuits and other pastry coated, or iced. Wrist watches, to which bracelets composed ol gold plate, silver, silver plate'of gilt' arc permanently attarhcd. are Ifable to tbe excise tax of twenty per cent: combined value of the Tvalch'arid bracelet. Bracelets composed of racial as ahove, when detachable, a ro" liable to the rax upon the value ol such bracelet only." Tho luxury and sales tax is applic- goods shipped or delivered af- ter "May 19. Sales and luxury'tuxes arc both applicable to confectionery. Clocks and watches, not specified sit- ou his Olvn ot and yor, sold and plaied ardclee, adaptt-d t.vo surcties ot for household or office use, arc sub-i __________________ Ject io taxation. Jams, canned vc-ge- T tables, canned fruits and grape juke I LETHISRIDGE are subject to sale tar. Tri answering a question concerning; t taxes on musical instruments the fol- lowing: is "Statement Is the man who buys phonograph will pay twenty per cotrt, luxury tax, indicat- I W. Sadowski 'Gels S200 Dam- ages from Firm of Green and Adams Iu (he case o! Sndowski vs. Green at the supreme court. 'His Lordshi] Mr. Juillci) Walsh'gave jii'lgmcnt for driven the irarts of tlie tlie_ plaintiff for Iho suai of 52_00 single animal. After hearing the evidence- C. P. R. OFFICIAL IS NOW LOCATED AT TORONTO (Otia-s-a Citizen) Sir. C. S. Mun-e, who has held, the iiig tax to consumer on retail value. I post of district freight agent of the cal lijaj-er-pianos, ral boxes, und records, twenty per cent, tax payable by manufacturer (Ji- when imported." The former-excise tax oil phonographs -ffvas discontinued on May 15. v Thyjse-ributes art) 20 per tent, tm paynu'nts inudci ou or bffurti August HUt; V per ceo 1. cm" or -before Sept. iOth; S per cent. or before Oct. 31st; 7 per cent, on or be-foro Nov. SOtli. Xo J rebates will be on any taxes after Nov. SOih except on. real ostato and improvement thereon, wheu tho debate C cent. f THREATEN DtSTRUCTfON OF MINNEAPOLIS MILLS' Miftn.. May Gov, J. 'was uitoimyd to- daythiif wnVkmca iu the lumber mills at BcmldJI. Minn.; -wer? beius ititimi- df.ted ;tud ikit the dcetruetfbti of largo mflls there bad beeu threatened. dlujor O. Carls, of thu sluto ad- jutaut-gcneral'd departineut, has. loit for Beiuhlji to iuvcstlsiite, nnd the has been requested to keep a natfonal guard company at UcculdjJ in readiiK'ss Tor any emergency. tics in Iho slate gato Soutborlaud Wood WOOD SECOND IN W. VIRGINIA Pitbllo school rate Is' rate al 19 inills. There is a .rate o( W. VH.. May turns from Tuesday's primary elec- tions in West Virginia conipiktl todny showed Senator Howard Soinhorland siaaas ai Leonard Wood tor the Keputlicau presldeniml prefer When roof month like all mean things jouerer mlxec together, thtn you Beecham's IWs. Your mooth b't good indication of tie condition of stomach and bweK BEECHAM'S PILLS h tU Everything About Cuticura Soap Suggests Efficiency 0.70 mills for i for library; ills for gtnerai I j Every Inhabitant 21 years and over, Lho dty for two over and Ims uoE been assessed on tho assess- ment roll of the city, shall pay a poll tax of aud tlie chief of police, has bleu appoiaU'd-collector the same. Rebates Tho following rebates of taxes will bo granted on all taxes except poll tax and special taxes, such as boule- vard, water, sewer, frontage taxes, the people's portion ol all local Improve- LOOK AT THIS! Fitly Solid Leather Boots In black and sizes-i to-5, and values tor pairs. i to 13 ai Solid Leather MINER'S SHOES from to THE .'.SOy? ASt ALL SOLID LEATHER BOOTS. H. G.-KILNER uf tlie present aciion. The .is one- instituted by Sadowsk magistrate reimsutletl Glines for trial] against tiie fi'riu of GR-eu R, Adams "Of which the defendant i? partner am manager, for malicious [iniaecution and is an aftermath Phone 545 Main-Market; Phone 412 Dominion Market, T1654 Tnicrvenlion LOXuOX May As- .coriaUjr] inter- est lias been tho delicate hbhveen Premier Theodore of Qtieensland, and the Jzir .-.rJaur ivliich has brought thr; latter Io London so close on the heete of tlie premier. Both of them arc in inten'iew Mllncr. OKI secretary. Uik-fiy, troiihlo through the Queens- land act, recently whicli de- prived holders of .pastoral grazing leasts fif Iho liinidUion of an flight per cent, increase in rent aftofr an up- liraisfriiipiit by a court, AiKnhur a ft expropriated on sum- inary Brisbano tramways Fine White Voile Waists These have been selected from ouv regular stock of fine French Voile Waists and are excellent bargains at the sale price. Representing dozens of good style? all put in at the one price. SATURDAY ONLY Just fifty blouses to be soid at'this ..price, all fresh, clean new styles in all sizes from 34 up to 44. Square neck, V neck, round neck. Some have close closing high collars'. Really a fine assortment of the finer grade voiles. Regular values up to Saturday.........: I Prof. Keith. noted I quarrel ui the columns of the Times, Mminploning tho rights of British in- against what he Oeclares ES a! thrftf-foM ot constitutional J image by Queensland's niont. Prof. Kuifh ailraUs that Imporial in- tcrvenlion in such matters presents but urges a system of Im- perial arbitration ami suggests trie privy f'HinH! prnvfilQ Premier Theodore roplles at some length, and in regard Io the latter HUR- declares it "Involves the re- principle of the limitation of J Foverfiiijn which, he pays, "woulil nof. find a Kiippprter attumgRt (he Queensland KoeJrillsts have dot-lined to have u governor appointed by the crown wh'i acts, tut in the of a gornruor, tho colctn- lal secretary could, Jf nc K wise, disallow ramp.'' Lord ia bcliuVftd, will most likely Tccolvo both gentlemen and will suiggpRl that they fight it out ;i', the polls at homo. Every cloth suit of serge, tricotine, gabardine and poplin, regardless of M'hat it cost, now offered at one-third off the regular price. If you appreciate a real bar- gain, here it is. SIMP ;