Newspaper Page Text
1 JANUARY 24, 1919 THE SUN, PRICE, LTAil-KVEKV FRIDAv PAGE THREE H
NEW TEEPHONE TOLL RATES
jf EFFECTIVE JANUARY 21. 1919, AS ANNOUNCED ON DECEMHER 13, 1918, BY
Jjf , THE POSTMASTER GENERAL, WASHINGTON, D. C.
I New methods of computing chnrges on telephone loll calls (to points outside the local ser
vice area) under which all toll rates throughout tho United States arc placed on a standard
hasla, becomes effective 12:01 a. m. January 21, 1919. A brief description of this r.cw method
and of its application to tho several classes of service is given herewith.
"STJtfTION TO STATION" RATE "Report charges" npply under tho same general condi-
ivi, . . tiuni os siiccificd for ''ivcrwm to tiei-son" cnll.
Yncn a person mnkes a (oil mil without spccifving tlml "MESqEXOEIl" fiF,I S
oonvcrsntion in desired with n particular person, unit the flii-.aaiirti.iii. muia
connection is established nntl ronvcnuition held, tin- When a rail is made on n "person ti person" basis nn1
station to station" rate applies. a messenger is required to secure nttendanco of th.i
T!il nin iu ,ii:. t i . .i i- i . i . designated iierwm at a public pay station at the distant
iS S..u l i ?ed ''I r'T .,,",?nrM J'ClWCC" lin' the "messenger call" rate applies,
loll points and is computed on tho liasis of 5c for earn ' " "
!ix miles, up to twenty-four miles, anil fie for each eight this rate is tho same as the "appointment into" for the
miles beyond that distance. same distance, plus any charge for messenger service.
ci.i!.. i i ii i 1 1 . . . I'10 'incvcngor call" ralo is computed on the day rato
Walton to stiitim calls should I. made by number .wct.n tho iMiiuts Involved, whether tho call is mado
i.Tiri' i'r rm m ,c.'rv nfoniMitnin is available. ,llnn(, ,. ,jlly or llurlnB t1P Klt nml ,10 ,ninlmunl
Vhcru this information is not available at the calling .,, i8 25o
teleplione, such rails may be madi by giving tho toll
operator tho name and uddrens of tho subscriber at the Messenger rhargos incurred are to be paid even if do
telcphonu called. sited conversation is not held.
, "PERSON TO PERSON" RATE Xo " inetH-t ngor rail" is accepted where tho "station to
,,., , , station" mle is loss than IGe,
hcii a )crson makes a loll call, specifying that con
vcrsntion is desired with it particular person and the "lloiorl charges" apply under tho isiine general eondi-
coinieclion is established and conversation held with tions as s'tooiriotl for "iwrsoii to pcison" calls.
.Jntjrleulr ,..., the "person to ," rate a,, STANDARD TOLL NIGHT RATES
Si tins service require n greater amount of operating Tliu '""""'"K reduced roto for night service, on u "stn
effort, tho rale for Mich imiIIs is iiImiuI one-fmirth greater 'on ,0 "J'.1'1"". '"",i ,ml nro cn''c'vc -01 n "
limn the "slation to station" rate, .January 21, J010;
.... ., . ,. . , . . ., , b:3(l.p. m. to 12:00 midnight
rhis "person lo person" rate, is eomi.u cd on tho .lav about one-hnlf of the "station
rnlo between (ho points involved, whclher the call i t station" day rate.
) mode during the day or during the night, and tho mini. JM)l) midnight to 430 a m
mum charge is i!0e. No jerson to person" call is n. iihunt one-tpmrtor of the "sta-
j epled wlitro tho "station lo station" rate is 1pm than tl,m j hntion" day rate.
'"c For the punm.-.o of applying night mtos, tho time of day
"REPORT CHARGE" nt the Hlnt at which a "ktation to station" menage
originate is itsc-l.
When a "itcrson lo person" rail i4 mado and I ho par
J lieulnr person desired is not in or vill not talk, or when Tho minimum night rate is 26V. Day rnlcs'apiiiy on calls
an exact (clophnno address of tho wirticiilnr person d( humIo nt nighl whin the "station lo station" charge is
mail hns not been given and ho cannot be reached nt n loss than tho minimum night rate,
telephone within one hour a "rowrt chnrgc" applies. 'TOI I KPT V VI I S"
Sr.cli a charge also applies if the eallingiHirlv is abhonl ,.,,,, . ., ,. ., i
when the ronneclion is completed within nno hour, or if "Collect en Is" nro rails for which Iho charge nro n-
he refuses to talk. vented Hint is, aro collected from tho subscriber nt tin.
distant station nt which the call is completed.
This chnnw is lo rover comitciisatinn for the oiieratimr ,. ,..,,',.,. , ,
work peir.mned ami is iimihIIv alioul one-fourth of th "''" ,,'H,I rails" or ix'versed rhargos nro nllowe.l
"station to stnlion" rale. ('"v '" ounuectioti with "pcrNin to person" calls,
'n any rase w-hcro n "iworl chawr" nwllw, tho mini EXAMPLES SHOWING HOW METHOD
mum charge is 10c mid tho maximum CJ.00. (. iipi itft)
"APPOINTMENr RATE ' ...,,''. '
.Winning the airliuo distant o between toll xiinH to ut
Vhcn tho railing psrty in plneing his call npoint a in. ire than 111 mil, but not mom thnn 10'J iniliii, lift
ilcfiuile specified time at which he will talk on n "per following initial icriod rnlo for somen under the vnri
? will to wtxm" linniH and tho conversation is held nt the on elassos offered would npply:
J specified time, Iho "upointment" into npplios.
... ,. , ,. . . i ., "Slnlion to slation" ralo $l.l0
Tho ,nnpointiiii-iil rntu is usually nlwut ono-lmlf Cc-miileled "iierson to imhv.ii" role l.
Krcnter thnn the "station to station" rate- Completed "appointment" roto 1.60
Tho "appointment" rote is computed on the dnv raUi Completed "mosMjiiger will" roto J.r,:i
fifteen the i-int involved, whetlur the call is made ,. l'"H messenger charge.
during tho day or during tho night, mid tho minimum J, ,'H,r, , MrBt,.m I'Vi'TiVVi'Vii'Vi'i" """
rbnrgu is "ifle "rtl" 'wtwwn 8:JI(1 ji. in. and 12:00 midnight, "sla.
' lion to station" norviio only , CO
Kit apM)inlmeiit rail is accepted where the "station to Utile between 12:00 midnight and 4:.'I0 u. in. "stn
k rtiition" rntc it. )o4 lf. lion to station" service only 2
Eastern Utah Telephone Co.
J REX MILLER, Mgr., PRIOE, UJTAH
Hint of Straw In
In a special display at our store
showing just that clever newness
I you are eager for. Rough braids
are the favorites in pineapple and
BESSIE KENNEDY, MILLINERY
IS Main HI., Price, Utah
1 SOCIAL DISEASES RARE j
M IN UNITED STATES ARMY
jfl PARIS, Jan. 20 In (ho Amoripa.i
fl ruiy nt' ncoiipiilior lliore wore iluriii ;
B Urn week ending December 25th only'
j thrily-thrco cao cf Mnerenl diswino,
H according to rcjxiitft to tho tthief stir-1
(.eon's office. Thin is u low rceort'.j
rpnictitjt)g a jwirl ralo of seven
w raHes out of a jiopulution of a thmi-i
H For tho wholo Anmrican expedition-!
H ry forcu the ruin hns been rcdiioed
to tbrity.four per thousand joorlj.
Ituforo tho war llio ralo was betweun
eighty and ninety per thoiunnd, which
n tna itself much below tho civilinu
1 Segregation cai.iia have been stab-
H Imbed at cnibiirkatign centers, whuru
U men found nffcctul will be placed in
tuuranlinc. Tho uvcrupo timo for
Ul uaranlinu, it is opected, will bo at
Bj least forty dayn.
ASKS FOR UNIFORMITY IN
I ALL ROAD REGULATION
I Tho development of lnghwnvH Iran.
iportntinn is one of tho prnctienl moni'H
of liroviding emnlovment during the
j-Miriod of doaiobilixatiou. at wr'l as a
vital factor in stimulating tho pro
our t inn of food, according to a letter
to flov. Rimon tUmliorcer from John
K. Crnveiifi, ehninimii of the highways
Uniform Itwslntinn for interstate
highway traffic will bo mado and
submitted to tho various Mntee foj
ratification and practice, according
to Cnncns. It is iho intention of tho
highways transjwrt commitleo to do
termino through tho state where
highways will bo most practical aril
to cx'Mjriment for tho piirH)B0 of an
cerlaining tho factors tending to lower
the cot of highway traffic.
Aecoinpuny boiled beof or ham with
string beans in white sauce.
EMMETT K. OLSON FLANS
BIO IRRIGATION BOIIEME
Kmmcll K. Oliv.n of Price has filed
with Iho si n I e engineer niiplientinn
for tho lire of twiuty seeond-feet and
(hreo thousand nreo-feet of water
from tho l'rieo uvtr, with which it Is
planned lo mid three thousand three
hundred and twenty acres In the irri
gated nrea of Curliou county. Tho
I land is in I he nt ighborhood of that
jfnim the l'rieo nvor with which it it
already irrigated ''ruin tho waters of
"Warning Wnxli on which Olson fileil
in 101.'). In tho pnwciit iiistnucc tho
appliciul plum tn ii M) Iho diverting
wmks and en mi I of the former Price
l.'ior Irrigation compiny, icceulU
wild tn tho Mute under sheriff's sale,
and lo he transferred lo m new tm.
pnn headed by .1 C. .leiison.
OImiu's plan is to umi this nam.!
for jni.-IOd feetin eondueting tlr
water of the Pru river In a jwdul
cIkdiI five miles I mm tho land lo It
irngs.od. This i.i at Miiminf Wntb,
where an eatih dam will bo eon
strut nil lame t'ltongh to Imlil three
tliiisnd ncr-t'1' in tlw witsb a
nm'rvon, tho reenoir to cover thrw
It is HSMirtwl in Iho applinutinu that
it 'will )h unueMrv It) onlarKo tlie
tUiu or eaual of the Priro river com
irnuv, a tho wnlei will 1m oundiiclwl
to the morvior nt timtM whan the
canal is imt being umhI by tho Price
, REPUBLICANS TO BANQUET.
Tho republican lnte Quiumitle and
Iho Women's HepKldJi-nli eliih. and tin
Keinibliean t'lulyr t'lah nniMrraii)
ing a eeltbratiyit for Liiieolnl. Dirth
tiny, Vebniar 12th, by bnntjuot iir.d
ipeechw at AMi Utah, Stall Lake
City. Some ilionker of nntiyfinl pron-.-neneo
is ox-W'ctod to bo lifosent. lie
iiublienns fiom till oulho klnto wi'l
bo there. Ahrtnilyfliero is a great
demand for tiekets. Carbon county
republican lire iiIm arranging n simi
lar celebration locally at Price. The
affair is in charge of .1. P. Mclvnighl,
county chairman, and I A. .Millet,
Many of tho long straight gown.
Imvo their Btfuiglitiu-ss emphasized
by box pleat 8. V.
For lhat good printing sco The Sun
IN PINK OF CONDITION AFTER
All Ef foils to rtnd Relief TnUd
Until Ho Began Taking tho Premier
Remedy, Which Ho Uncqulvocably
Endorses After Olvlng Fair Tr-al
of Homo Thirty Days.
"I lme picked up nt bust Iwetil
K)iintU in the past thirty davs bv
Inking Tanlac, ami now I'm jint iu
Iho pink of condition all around."
rills Mrtlemeiil was iiinde by William
M. Kdmniids a well known omplou
or the Sea I th- Si reel Car eompniiv,
living nt 7WI Xtirth Seu-ntv-Fourth
Hrecl, Siatlle, rcecnlly. ".My kIoiii
nell," he riiiitiiimd "lias beeii gixiliK
me all kinds of trouble for ean'
What I ale wet mil to do me harm in
Mead ol giNHl, hi it would wmr on m.v
Momiieh nml mum iho hi mueh iiini
ery. 1 cimbl hanllv (jet my breath
at time' on MCtimtit of tho hh, which
would pro on m heart and en mm
it to psIpiiNlo r-wi fully. I was Imtl
ly eoiistiMli'tl, in kidneys won in
IhhI shnic and I wan noor free from
win in the mmiII of my back. I
couldu'l eleep at all well ami win:'
lay awake lor Ihhii-n eery night be
fore gelling a wink of hlec'i. I alx
h.itl riietimalum in my arms and leg,
Mid my kueoN would get no kliff nl
times that T could Imidly bend uxor.
"All m errorl-i to find relier foil
oil until I begat. Inking Taulac, li.il
litis medieino has teilninl put mo in
great i.haH. M.v appetite was novel
better, eer thing I in. I it. giHid nnil
my Jtomach is in mkIi n good eomlitinn
lhat t can eat am thing. Ami hi nee
Iho gs has htoppetl formiiig, I V
never btdheroil with ptilpiliitiou.
shorlnowt of broalh or anv othei
nlgns or itidiKolioii. M.v 'kidnovH
t'oii't Inilher mo any more, all tin
pain has iliNtpinttiiHl, ami I nleip fine
even- iiikIiI. Mv vife has bi-en tak
itig funis'- for hoKiIacho ui.il a run
down condition nml her flmt IhiIIIo
has heiK-il her hi much that she told
me lo bring het another totlav. I
certainly m great to-do what It h".
for mo nml is ilit one mitlieim I
don't henttiite lo recommeml."
Tanliii is hiIiI ir Price hv A. I). Sul
len, in Helper by Louis lllorlou, in
Ilinwalii.i by Iho CiiiImiii-IIiiico Storo
(oiiipnnv, in Kenilworth by Keni1
worth .Mercantile eomimuv, in Splits
Canyon by Sipiaro Deal Sloro, ti
Castlo flale by W.iwilch Store ii.
unny, in Hiiiniyshli by Wawitob Sloro
tHmiwiny, in Winter fjunr. r b.v
Waenlnli Sloro eotupiinj anl in Sih
field by W. X. MoM'lej.- A.I.t.
MYTON BOY RECOMMENDED
FOR WEST POINT ACADEMY
Korttinnte in b.vmg been ihhhkiiimI
lo Camp Invis, Wash., fur I mining
al Iho same time. Mid later being sent
abroad as inemlKra of Company li.
Three Hundred 1 1 tl Forty-Sixth urn
thine gun bnttnlion of the Nincly
Pirtt division of the Umled Slntet
nniiy, II. Calvert Clark, 2.1 onni ol
ago, and his tuielo. .1. Morgnn Culvert,
2ft jenrs of ago, aro now serving wil
the army in IIcLmuiii. They fought
hide nlo throimh the lieretml bat
lies and in Iho lunihos under Kin,;
Albert, says Sail biku's Tribune.
Clark comei of a military family, his
fatlmr, II. (1. Chuk, filiO South Fifth
Kasl ntieel, havii.g cerved wilh (len.
lohn J, Pernhiug In Hie Sioux Iiidinii
o.unpiiigii of 1800, when Pershing was
u lieutenant in the United tltntc.
army. Young Clark hns been roenm
iiiemleil by the officers or his regi
meiit for imiiointiiient to West Poin'.
Older riMldenlH ol Price remeiiibi i
11. Calvert Clark as a baby when his
lareuts condurleil Hotel Clark at
Pnr, one of tli9 first htMtlelrin-4 of
TIFTn LIBERTY LOAN PLANS
ARE NOT YET DECIDED UPON
W. W. Armstroiw, chairman of tli
1'tah Male libuitv Iiniii oommitlee, to
luriied .Sunday trom Ban FraneisMi,
Cain., where he allrtnlwl a mufereiKt
ol slat ehainnen of librtv loan emu
uiitlcos of the Twelfth Federal ill,
triet. .. H. 1'ariu worth, nImi niavn.
Iht of the liberty loan eouunilltm, and
J. David Lurson, exoeiitive soerotury
worn also there.
Whll mi definite plans for (
dtieilng tho fifth 1hii wrt iWii1-l
iihhi, Armstnmg my it is prohbli'
Hitjt the work will bo similar in
gemirnl way to llial which mmillml in
xiieli Hpleinlitl sin toss in floating the
fourth liberty loan.
Tentative plans wore dUciisted, but
n in nil previous loans ouch state wil!
plan its own nrgsnixntion, olwrviny,
houtiver, certain features which hnvx
been found ndvcitftgeous in nil states.
MEETINGS PASSED UP.
Tho entire jirogrn ji of rnnventions
and etinfereiice, ibon' eighty-tivo i.i
all, of the Mormon church stakes will
bo disponed with this year to ic
count of health ooudilions gciiurnliv
and other disturbing olennts v ich
hnvo arisen durinj; UiO past few
months, according to an nnnouuov
ii out mado by flootgo 1). Piper, secre
tary of Iho Mormon church Sunday
sehool hoard. These conferences un-l
conventions hava in tho past been
held throughout Hit: entire intermoun
PROPER DEPTHJOR PLANTING
i Investigations of tho Exporimcnt Sta
tions Frc to tho Public.
flu t mIi i-h rimeiit station at
Logan lis. just tiiushetl an extensive
eenmeiii lo detirmiiie tho depth at
Hltich vantitm sitds should be sown
in order lo produce tho best result.
Iho vcoik was thine under the dlref.
intwrviiJon r Dr. V S. Harris, di
rtftor and fjniiH list i f the il it inn.
H. .1. Manghan nMiMnl. The cros
untler test were wheat, oats, corn,
barley, altnlfa, "as. ln-eis. b(ans and
sorgliiiui. A total of 17.2S0 determi
nnljoiis were maile in the expcriincnl.
The seils were planletl in galvanir
1 iron cans. The cans were fillctl
with a loam soil, rrom the station's
oxoriiiiciilnl 'rarm near (Iroe'ietCr
'fhroo sets or laiikt wen usetl. Part
of the tanks were miiintnined nt a
low moisleiuo eonlcnt, art at n nietl
iim conlenl nml pnrt at a high con
lent. The seetls were sown in the ko'I
of each can at iacli of the first eight
im lies. The work was so arraiiKcd
that at Iho end of ouch five, leu, fit'
fecu and tweiil.v tiny period from the
lime tif planting the number or n-etls
germiiialeil, tin Itngth of the nnil
tho lemilh til the Iiijm and tho htiglu
hIhivo the irniuntl totild bo determined
The reitilta of this work have jusl
leeii laiblifiheil b tho experiment stn
lion at 1-offHM as ttiillctiu No. 101, en
nihil "Factors Vffectintr tho Deplb
of Noumir Yanoiis Crow," which will
be mailed lo anv one iimhi retiiiosl.
The bnllftiii eoniNins In !. plailn
ttrHtdm shi.wiiHf the relative grow IS
ol roolii snd iniM at the five, len, fif
teen nml twoutv tlav iieriotls whn
plsiilml at VHrutti.. ilepllHt in soil or
vamms moioluie conlenl. In sum
iimnxiug tho work the authors Main:
"The plant usunlly grow faster
when the weds were hiwii from one tn
two inches deep. This rapid grow lb
especiall.v noticed with tho roots, mid
is no ilonbt one of the priinnrv rr-.i-hiiis
for a larger yield from niinllou
ootliiiK, III general the height nf
the plants nlsive tho soil dtvroaseil as
Iho depth of seeding inerened. The
largo! growth of the plants abov
K round never ot cur red from seeiN
him ii iht per than thiee inches Smaii
steiU hiwii below llnee inches fitilnl
! roach tut' Mirftcc in twentv tla.vs."
GENERAL BUSK FAIRLY GOOD
Denver ami Rio Oiando Man Talks of
W. K. (I recti, assistant gentrnl imtii
niter of the Denver ami llio (Iranue,
uisshI Ihroiigh Price last Sumla
evening in his private ear vu route to
Denver, Colo., luMdinuirlers after nti
iuKKM'liiui of the Utah lints or th.
system. He found Unit general condi
ions are good, nltliough the riulroaih
aro oxKriencing a seeming drop in
biisinoss been li ho of the null hefoi
the armistice wnt signed. Tho Den
ver and Kin (Iramle, being largely n
con I ami mine road, is not now v'er
busy wilh freight as Iho bottom has
fclleu out of Iho leal market, although
a sudden cold siuip will iiieau a grimi
ly act derated market nml it conse
iiieul iiikIi of coal shipment.
The iiiiuoh and smelters are uneor
lain as lo the demand for metals in
tho immediate future, ho reports, am
Iho railroad has not very much ore
hiikiiibM to move. Until tho period of
n const met ion is mst tho iiiicortiilut.,
Mage, mi Urceu believes, the markets
lire certain to b clogged wilh com
modities for which I hero is no great
demand. I'rgod to expend every
energy in tho production of coal.
Western mine owners aro now resirt
ed to bn nvcrslotkod with fuel, for
which tho demand bus deereasetl.
Tho routing svstem of iho railroad
admiiiistraliou hns something to do
with (ho volume of business nt thit
llmo of jwir, as Iho Denver ami Itio
Oriiudo is cousidcretl a wivstboiiml
route, while the Union Parifio is an
eaMbond one. Willi tho demand of
Iho wentliouiid truffle from tho miiioc
almost nt a standstill, tho situntini,
NEW OREEK NISTER IN
OIIAROE OF LOCAL CHURCH
I lev. Simoon IMatakis has eouie (
Price lo take charge of tho (I reel.
'rllwHlov ehiireli hero ami stteetils
Uev. Mark M. Pelrakis, but roewitly
lrsHsfrreil tn Savannah, Os. "I am
spHiihlid by th-j (Umk bishop of
New Yoik.'f Itwv. MiUUkis told The
Hun the other day, "In th (!ru
efiunaunily of Price as minister. T
am h-Tt and liav tiikon up my dulioi
I am plwl Iwesiis llw flrneks of
iho MHumiinily m all bimmI Iwiys-ant'
Ihey have lovr one Tor tht t4hr."
Ilev. Milalukis m I mm the rnivsrsiiv
of Athens sad h-o. I he litle of doetot
t f ilivluil,. He has Ihh hi America
some six twrs, inuoi of (his time iv
siding in tho fit us of the Hast, lie
si ready u most (sipular Willi his pan
plo and no doubt will be a 'tower for
LIST POTENTIAL SOLDIERS.
Complete lists of all male residents
between the ngot of 18 and 22 your
in the various counties of Utah nut
sqwruto lists of those between th
hks ot 22 and -tr yours, containing
Iho name ages, oeoii'Hitinus ami ail
drtiMMM, and stating whether thu ier
miiis lisltxl aro married or hingle, U
rquoitwl in n bulletin sent out to nil
county assessors by Major Fred Jor
Kcnsen, adjutant general of Utah
Those bsls will he used in natitmul
guard work. Hun ton Randolph will
comply so far as Cnrlwu touuty is
Delioious soups aro mado from your
store of dried jwus or beans.
INCOME TAXES ARE DUE I
WITHIN VERY SHORT
EACH PERSON UROED TO FIO- H
URE OUT HIS SHARE. H
Early Preparation of Returns Will H
Bavo Those Subject to Law Much
Troublo and annoyance Blank M
Not Here, But Promised By Col
lector Whaley At Very Early Dato. M
Willi the liiftiiin tax tetllius due m H
a few weeks, residents of the inter H
iiioimluiii seelmn nro being urged !V
W. C. Whale,, internal revenue col H
'ictor, in a slalemtnt itxiueil lust Tucs- H
lav to preimre tor Die lav by the H
"irlv cotiii-ilsliiiti of tiicoinoM for 1018. H
1 raetiealiv t.11 of lite btminomi for 101P M
if iyi cIhI, at-fordliig to Whalcv, H
rml wilh wags h-glicr than twer bo H
Into 111 the hlstorv of the eoiintr, H
utaeticallv t'Verv Irborer, nrofiionil H
man and ll beads iif all iiiiluslnet M
mil bo tiniilliHl in at least imiko tv - H
iMlemeiil nt his earning,, lty tht jB
'nth iin'-NtrAt'ou of fivnros much of
Iho dirrirnlly exit-rieiicetl in Inaklliv H
'iieoim lav iTluriii will lie eliminate). H
Allhouirh tho bbinks have not vet ar H
hvi-tl. I be fitmriH, tiwiy l(, oimipilcd H
fiid liv I he time I hat blanks are read H
Cur tlUlnb Hiiir tlur will lie no delnv H
it mtkttig the ift.irns. H
"The income Inv oblltralioiis Itr- H
ooeil bv Iho old Isms," Whalcv an) M
"as well as (be measiiro ihiw in con H
trreos, totitsl of n dl.lnct opcr B
elioiiK Out is to file return or state
iiteiil uf all items of Income ami item BVJ
tr iletbielioiH itlliiwable bv law, nn ' U
lo do this wilhiii the iieriotl mimed in HBl
Iho law. Tho ol Iht is to pay the tax, U
I au.v is ilite. N'tilber or (hose obliga PBb
lions can bo lael wilhouf a careful HBl
loview-of innime and oxpemlilurfl HBfl
for Iho tax at. That is Iho big Job
riuht now, ami thai is why I nay th BBl
iiieiiiae tax tlrivn is alreadr iiiuk.
wav. Kverv whore the Hneit is htisv
iho old ear is done. All its fruit pBl
art Kleaned and ever.v pcrwui win HBl
faretl well or eartnil n gootl couipe vAI
lepte iiiiikI analvft his own eno ill HBl
ttihl lupiri'. - hiiisI iiM-erlaiu nc t
enmlely his gro income rrom all
Minni-s. Thtrt's bin Halnrv or wagcu, M
iiicluilin overtime tmv nml imv iKinui jH
leceived as itdililttiual r-titi-ionsntion M
A uwiriiHl porwin having children M
under 1H ytsirs who are working M
should iutliidt the tsunlngs of surh M
"If ho hiIiI nu..- proiMirtv at a tin M
til Iho gain must la eompleil and in M
eluded 111 gross iiKome. If hn reiitut H
any properly to olher Krons, tho H
loliil rents ii'celvft.1 in the vntr tin'
bo locorlaiiicil, and from tlml figuio H
n tleiluelioii may ho taken 'or la'cv M
l-aid 011 1 tinted property, Iho ueM JM
sary minor rtiMii, lint iiisiimnre, M
anv iulerosl ho nm.v have imid on M
morlago anil a n-awmnblti nllowanr jH
lor annual wear and tear id' Iho rent fH
oil proKitv. Tin- Iwlanco is ineliuled fH
a gntM iiicomii Jor the tar j
"KvervlMidv wanls to know wlu M
iiieoim is rxeiimt limn (ax. Very for '
plums lhat fall 10 Iho average man H
mav be legally tliregnrdcil in ligt , . H
ing up his 1)118 'iieome. dills tut j 1H
liiMineots Cit 11 he elnilialeil. Also jm Ll
cevds of life iiisiiintico receivetlfl 1
the beneficiary of nu iiisiirtd 'aB ll
A Krsou who eakhed in an ciujH
ment tsdley need reistrt ns inctm "vl
oiilv thai isirliou which exceed Tt ha H
lolal of the premiums ho paid iivSII --1
vetirs on lhat isdiey Annuities nro H
not tnxAlile, nnliss the xions re H
reived in Die yeni iaymrn(s which M
roprosenl, when lidded lo nil prior M
linyuieiits on tlm annuity, an amount 1
greater than the original cost of tho tt
nnuiiily. Dividend on unexpired life , M
insurance policies nro not Inxablo in- H
come, but dividend on mid up ni1i H
eios must bu oonsiilurvd iiicomo. All M
tuonv is uol inaoniP to iho recipient, M
nor is it an allowable dmliieliou on the M
tart of tho (lei-son who pays. M
"From Ihe total of all items of in. M
come there are cer'mii ilediietions ul- M
lownble bv law. All interest latitl on M
liersoiml indehltNliiHasi ami all taxes H
liaid iluriiur tho var aro ileduclibk, M
i.teept federal Iimvhho and excess H
ppofits axes. iiiherilsneti taxsa and M
aosessweuls fur local imiirovouieut , M
i.iich as iiwnlks, M-wern and II'. H
like. Unumh ineuirstl in biuuncss tr H
Irado aro allowable, also Iihhmni an H
ing from fires, storms, shlpwrsek or H
olher casus lty, or from tin ft, in ease. M
whert sue 1 1 lo- an mit atmiiien H
salmi for by insuraiiMi or oUtrwic H
Umms iiiiiurretl outside of mhhii's H
regular business aro allowalds to tin H
extent of gains nNirted from similar H
IrMiisaetioiM within the ymr. Debl H
due to tho taxM)er actually ascer H
laiuetl lo bw worihless during tin- H
vear aro deductible. H
" Conl nhul inns or gifts aetuall, Jt
made in 1018 to orgaiiiaatious ojairnt B
ing exclusively I'm rlitfious, almrit HBl
able, seieiittfiu or cdiioatlou iurioe, fl
and to MH'ietiHS for the proventioi) of
cruelty to children or nnimiils, may M
bo dmluolot, tn fin amount not os
feeding IS per tnnt of tho not in- H
come computed without tho lit uefit of M
this dudiietion," H
Opinions ninong logisluloni of Ari
mu aro divided on tho advisability H
of selling to Utnb iho " Arizona Strip ' H
along tho dividing lino of (ho stated, H
fleorgo V. MeOoiioglo, stato cngiiii-er. H
reports on his return from Ariron... H
Ho had iinderlalei: the trip to lha H
slnto to leurn tho sentiment thor H
over tho proposed calo. H