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INCOME TAX ffljm_TION Ways and Means Adjourns Over Sunday to Consider 80 Per Cent Supertax. Propoaala by member? of tha Way? aad Mean? Committee to increa?? the Income tax rate? took a vrkl? range yerterday-some ?uggeetlng that the ?torn?I tax be rat?ed aa high aa 1? aar cent and the supertax to SO per ont Th? e??mlttaa ?djourned to Monday stri??oat reaching any con ciliatoti? upon any of tba proposed rate?. The relation ?f the niggeated tn creaae? to the tale ot liberty bond? entered Into the commute?'? dl?elu sion. Certain member? of the com mittee expressed the opinion tbat If the rata on Incomes above t300,rs*O mer? Increased to ? per cent, aa sog tested. It might prove difficult to gat the poaaeasors of the?? larg? Income? to rnveat In the bond Issue?. For this reaaon. It waa urged that the present figure of ? per cent on all Incomea In this claaa should be allowed to re main. Many ?autaeatleaa. Chairman Kitchin made the fatyow tag statement after the committee adjourned: "We have been considering tha In come tax. both the normal and au? pertaxes. We nave come to no con elusion? The normal rate? that hav? been suggested by members. In lieu of the present ?I per cent normal In come tax on Individuals, range ?11 the way from 5 per cent to 20 per cent. Tbe sufra-est?o? aa to supertaxes range from 1 per cent to OT per cent, tbla being on Incomea of ??0,00ft to, SIO.AOO __,_ over. There haa also soma suggestion of a straight bllng of tha taxe? on all Income from CO.OOO to SHIO.0OO.'? Mr. Kitchin sali that the como li proceeding on the assumption P.oon.ottxooo will have to ba ra' the bllL This Is being done, plained, despite the figure? kf the Treasury Department showing that incomes of Individuals and corpora tions generally will be less during tbe coming taxable year than they have been in tbe paat. Heavier Rates. "The shrinkage of taxable Incomes will have to be counterbalanced by heavier ratea upon all article? taow ?ubject to taxation and by taxation o? articles not now subject tn.tejra tlon. including the so-called li?ti ri e*** Representative Moore, of Pennsyl ?ania, on behalf of the Republican members of the committee, gav? out a atateraent to the effect that the minority will endeavor to co-operate with the Dem?crata to fra t*? a bill which will raisa the largest possible amount of revenue with th? least pos sible injury to business. OVERSEA AMERICANS LAVISH TO RED CROSS Gifts from Many Lan?? Reach $1, 500.000; Quota, $300.000. In every land under tbe sun Ameri cans have strengthened horn? tie? uy fdving either money, food or material to the American Red ?Cross. This was revealed yesterday when correspondence between President Wilson and Henry P. Daviaon. chair man of the war council of th? Red Croas, waa made public The latter explained how the territorial. Insular and foreign division of the Red Croas, with a membership of lOO.iX? adulta and ??.???? Junior member?, was set down for contributions of $300,0O3 In the second drive for funds. Instead of 1300.000 they "came aerosa" with ahnoat fl.?OO.OOO. and ahips from all over the world dally bring goods from them, which will aggregate about ?,.???,??? In valu? a year. "Of course." says Mr. Davtson's let ter to the President. "It is not the value of the goods or th? number of dollars Involved, Mt rather the effect such a relationship muat have upon the American who haa been so long away from home that he may have begun to believe himself a "man with out a country.* ** The President?? reply aay?: "Tour letter of July ? tells me of an exceedingly interesting thing, the work of the territorial. Insular and foreign division of the Red Cross. It Is a remarkable story and I ahare with you the deepest satisfaction for what these comrades of ours scattered throughout the world have don?.*' "We're DoIlar-a-Year Men And Can Have 2 Lumps," Said a Cafeteria Couple <"k>ve?tment war worker?, whether In uniform or dollar-a-year men. will receive no ?perlai privil?ges relit?ing them of th? conservation burden? of the nation. The Navy Department reoently called th? attention of the servie? to the conservation programs of the Food Administration. The War department la lined op firmly with, it. but yesterday tha Food Administration in a bulletin, without announcement of name?, bald up to national acorn the refusal of two dollar-a-y*ar men In the National Capital to conform to the nation'? food pledge?. They ?elxed sugar In a Pennsylvania avenu? cafeteria and refused to be satisfied with th? one tump allotted , to their coffee, explaining: ? "We're dollar-a-year men and ought to have more."? ? Though ?till eating In the cafeteria they now buy sugar at a grocery atore and bring It to the eating -platie to eke out their allowance. "With tba English getting only two thirds as mach sugar as we do, and tbe French and Italian? only about one-third. It la no time for aupposed war workera to be demanding spedai Indulgence?.** says Clarence Wllaon. ~ood Administrator for the District "I doubt tf these men can really be dollar-a-year men. Moat of the volun teer war workera are a fine type of men." NEW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS New Tork. July W.?The following Waahlngtoniana sre registered at lo cal hotels: Miss M. Brown. Martha Waahing ton; W. F. Carroll. Sherman Square: P. J. Doherty, BreaUn; Mra. O. A. Glaaabook. Martha Waahington; C. Heratngton. Bonta-Narraganaatt; Mrs. C. Harrington. Bonta-Narraga?tatt; F. W. Bart, Rev. M. B. MacBryd?. Holland Hoi??: F. B. Maltby. Herald square: H. W. Matthews. Mra H. W. Matthew?. Richmond: J. M McNamee. Navarre; ?. Pet??on, Netherland; W. Roberteon. Mra W. Robertson. Uentworth: R. L. Scoville. JAR Iherer. Algonquin: W. S. Ooldtng. Belmont; H. M. ?singleton. Park Ave nue: W. K. WheatJey. Albert: J. H. Boyd. Ix?na?e: N. J. Campbell, Bres lia. H. ? Farne, Harald Square, ? ' ' ' 5. ?Satro ?oroCo. TWE.BUSY CORNER* PENNA.?LAT 8 TH.SX Kaaa'a? the haoar of Sealed Tiefer "Rat??????. -V . ' <6. ?at?) &?t>$ Co. 'THE BUSY CORNER" PENNAAMLAT 8 TH.ST. Jaly ?. ma. a? t?.KatWtOomCo. THE BUSY CORNER* KNHA?tATBTX? This Coupon and $19.75 M I tl I I ! L Kasta*a ? Peart h Kleor. Buys TVs $24.95 GLIDING SETTEE -It ha? the popular . ii ding motion that doe? way with any nausea. Which 1? sometime? felt with the recular type ?wing. ?Settee I? made of se lected lumber, haa ad justable back, broad seat, and I? finished in' green. Complete wtth ranopy for tomorrow's price, ?toa. .old vvlthout Ktu'i earth Klaar. This Coupon and $4.50 .Buys This $5.50 ?Torch Swing ?Four feet long; at tractive and comfort able; a limited quan tity to ?ell at the price, therefore hurry if you want one. Made with high back, extra broad seat, finished in a beautiful ?hade of green. Complete with chain*, all ready to hang. ????* ?old without coupon. <*?>_-?_ This Cwpon and $1.00 For This $1.45 Kitchen Chair ?Selected lumber, nicely vai-mth ed. in oak ?tain; oval both, tpline ?eat; will not warp; height of ?eat, 17J/2 inche?. ?22. This Coepoo and $13.45 Fer ?e? $16.45 hm WkuCart ?in* back ?Wla, with uphol itered ?ide?. and thick cu?hions: fall thte, ftal?hed la the natural color. Thette bar? rubber wheel?. Vary Satwlal. ???I? aa?d III?!??I m.) This Coupon and 98c For $1,69 Rice or Double Boiler ?High-grade seamless aluminum ware; 2-quart ?ize. ?None ?old without coupon. Katta'a?Third Fleer. (H-> This Coupon and $1.79 For This 32-piece $2.81 Luncheon Set ?Good quality white por celain ware, subject to fac tory imperfection?; ?et consisls of the following'piece?: JSL? ? cup? ? lancer* 6 fruit di?he? ' ? breakf aat platea ? batter chip? 1 oval vegetable di?h 1 meat platter . Nane ?old Wtthevt Can*???. Kaaa-o?Third Kloof. This Coupon and 22c For 6 Cakes Kirkman's B?rax Laundry Soap ?-A new ?ize, a little ?mailer; limit six to a ?New said without (H.)_ This Coupon and 44c For Six Rolls Toilet Paper Ra-puan"** Sis Rol?, 00c. ?Aa extra high-grade baaae; 100 ?beet* to a rod. -flU This Coupon, with $12.50 For This $19.75 "One Motion" Coach Bed ?Thi? couch opens up to a good-tize bed and ha? legs on all four corners so the- bed cannot tip over. Complete with double-link springs and soft white felt maitre??. ?None told without coupon. (H.)_ Kaaa-a? Third Fie??. This Coupon, with $9.95 For Coucb Ham mocks Selling Reg ularly at $16.95 ?Price doe? not In clude canopy or stand. Select from plain, heavy khaki or fancy striped, vrith Chick mattress and deep wind shield. Complete with chains. ?Mome eoi? wlthoat Massa _?2J_ ????'??Third Flat?? This Coupon, with $1.95 For These Hammock?. Regularly $2.98 and $3.98. ?"Palmer*** a ? "Hohlfeld." wel known make? in plain white, striped khaki and novelty effect?, with or with out valance, spread ers and headrest. ?Nane ?old without coupon. <"*'_ -Third Hoar. This Coupon, with $13.50 For This $24.95 Contimi oes Post Brass Bed ??With I-inch filling rod? aad 2-inch One of our popular num bers. ?? ?ize? from which to choose, in ??tin or bright fin tine?. ? fvOBC ?old JJLL Cretonne Pillow Slips Top and Back ?Sewed Together All Ready to Fill ? ?Great variety of patterns and colorings. Pillow slip? suitable for any chair, for porch, lawn, hammock, canoe, etc ?Sizes 18x18 in. to 22x 22 in. ?Our regular 69c kind. CHOICE MONDAY ' 29c Kann*.? Third Fitter. ' ??. Dressing Sacques Are a Temptation This Weather ^Siy^y not have plenty of them?cool, comforting and inviting?to slip on dur ing your rest" Jtwiitt while the weather is hot? ?DREs?NIC SACQUES of lawn. I ? Negligee? of figurad Swiaa or in many pretto design?, with | figured mull, attrae- **?G ?? collar and cuff. Iin?ft?? ?1 ?? I ??v??* ****? **.#U.VU in hemstitching. Choice ?W ? VU ! _LAWN DRESSING SAQUES. ?DRESSING SACQUES of^rtttl?; polka dot 'patten?, with large. Swiu. in a pretty new ?tyle with >>medium and ?mall ?lota, alio large the peplum or skirt of the ?acque j fftw?^ design?, finished with eart unusually long. The collar is broider-J^ scallop and little ribbon trimmed with fine val. lace; sleeves are gathered and finished with ribbon bow? at wrist. Back it finished with a $3.75 gathered and ribbon bow. At . bow?; al?o <dbi?a lawn ?acquea finiahed with colored ^llops. and plain colorad crepe ???a ' tuirrt? sleeves, el attic at want, ribbon trimmed to match. f *| ?G Choice .ePl.LD ?NEGLIGEES OF DOTTED SWISS, made with square collar in the back, pointed front, elbow sleeves, gathered at waist line, with ribbon run through to form belt; thi? F*? "TC ha? little pocket?, at.f?)a I D Kaan's? Seco.i Floor. You Can Cut Your Gas Bill Nearly Half By the Use of the "Blublaz" Gas Saver $*7.50 7 Fashion Triumphs "Through Thick and Thin** in the LATEST HATS with Velvet Crowns and Maline Brims, at.... ?You would think it was hottest midsummer when you glance at th? transparent brim, and then conclude that fall wa? close at hand when the crown of velvet is noted. ?However contradictions always are fascinating and that is one reason for the popularity of these new ?tyle?. They are all in black, with a bit of ?elf or other trimming. Majority large or medium shapes?rather the picture styles. ?At this ?ame price are becoming ?tyle? of navy blue, black, and white Georgette. These are in many different shapes. trimmed with ribbon, fringe or pearl pin*. (>** G? At .,... f/.?? ?.??? ?eremi Floor. These Are Big Values ?Eagle Steel Swing?, with broad seats and plenty of room between*, the entire frame is made of steel, with 3-inch slats, which are bolted to frame. Complete with can opy of blue and white striped Sf>? ft C A canva?. Price . ?plOaOU ?Latra Swing*?finished in red and natural ; four-passenger style; extra broad ?eat? and high back; these are reinforced at the top, the car hanging from steel rod*. Price d? -| G ?? with canopy_?l?10.?7v Kann'a? Feartk Floor. BLUBLAZ WAY NOTICE 6AJ T?MCDONOmy> a? much sr?b ?The Blublaz i? a pateV.*^d device that concentriti? all the heat from your gas burner. You t ee<1 ??,? *?"> the gaa ?? about half way to ?ecure all the heat formerly derived from your bur ner with the gas turned oa full. ?The Blublaz puts the heat whert* needed (under the cookie utensil) and doe? not di?seminate A"* of it in the kitchen. ?Let the demonstrator show BlublA to yoa tomorrow Sala? 35c 50c "Just David," By Eleanor Porter A Copy, 65c ?Anybody who ha? read and loved PoUyanna will delight in making the acquaintance of "Just David." ?Thi? it an opportunity to ?ecure thi? in teresting and delightful little ?tory, by thi? well-known author. DO YOU HEAR IT? The swish of die waves tumbling up on the beach, then gently slipping back into the deep? Doesn't it insist that you (7 Buy Your Bathing Suit ?right off, and hustle down to the seashore a? early as possible? Well, we are ready for you with a fine line, including -COTTON POPLIN BATHING SUITS, mohairs, surf satins, and ?ilk poplin?, &? ("? .,_ priced from.M.OUUP -WOOL JERSEY and Fiber Silk Bath Suit* priced from ^,..$9.75 ?Swimming tights in extra sizes, priced from f? ?|G $1.69 to. ePOomtU ?Swimming tights in sizes from 36 to 46, and priced from E. $2.98 ?Bathing O?.a> m Cap? from mvC Kaaa???Straa? Floor. WHITE SKIRTS in Smart Midsummer Styles ?Every woman wants two or more white skirts in her summer outfitting, and at these low prices it is almost less expensive to luve enough to save laundering than to have fewer and send them to the laundress ottener. ?New White Gabardine Skirts, excellent quality of material, made with patcljt pockets wide "or narrow belts, some shirred all around, others shirred in the back, with flat front All sizes, with plenty of the large ones to select (frO QO htftn. At.f????? t ?White Corduroy Skirts, in the latest models; especially charming when ?vorn with tbe new lin gerie blouses and the sleeveless overblouae or sweater of silk or Shetland wool. Theee have all the new little touches?buttons, pockets, belts, etc.?which distinguish them as up-to-the min ute styles. Good'assortment of sizes. F S ?|" Choice ..?.?^a\?? 200 PAIRS Miste?' and CUUna'? PLAY SANDALS la Sizes 8'/2 to 2. Broken lines to doee Monday 50c Pair 25c White Shoe Polish, 15c ?Choice mi Blasco, P?eefcaa, Uno. '?