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lEXIT, HOLDS n of Revenue Ma. Held Essential to t Prosperity. (j4EMAND, Sept. 7-Busines 1"0a tjking a more optimistii Mi *saa fo)1wing Postmastel ya's speech hqre yesterdal life underwriter's conven 0win which he said that there il the greatest area of expansioi preaperity that the country ha "LAt's Go," Ie Urges. TIfrasperity is oming and it's thm -go out pad meet It." the Postmasta Geftdal declared as he outlined th atevernnts of the Administratioi ifilo MArch'4. '1 have no %fbetoi al slackers," he said, as h business men have led ou It not" and more o teltS go. dM~bt Is considered a national ad inibastration Ifidorsemenpy of the sl txby Hay'in the cours " believe, we should change o aptom of taxation so sn lne to Put such a -hahdicap on saving, A ~~en tsystem does taa& on destroys the in ,AogaUve to save," he -urged. -The present dzcessive income tai As Introduoe a differenrial of any fram 4 per cent to 60 per cent J a against the man who is try to accumulate a competence. . Tresmury Department. I , estimated that it woulc MOV* months to accommodate it owi -to any considerable change al tahbPi The time io too short an the Government's need of money toc great to turn around Immediately Ir this rev"m. but I express the hopf and expeetatlon that oon we shall N &We to cbange our system of taxatiot so as to . raise less of our revenu4 tAroud burdensome Income taxes and more of it through some other formi ofU direct tax on the production oi .seeumption of goods." President Harding. he said, wai the met moest and self-effacing e =en and that the President's curins and restorative qualities were ex actly those needed to bring tho country away from the turbuleni Sure elief -,dt waer ow I V inf BE.'k&AR Habit LUks every other habit that of saving must be developed. Xvery one should develop the' habit of persistent saving. And it Is just at Impor tant- for your future that you develop the habit of consistent, sfe Invest ment. as well as persist ent saving. O u pent offerin& gages earnIng 3 per cent Interest enables you to take advantage of the full earning capacity of plete mafety. it cm $100. 5505 ad .1000 * sk About Our Invest. sment Saving Pha Call or semi fqr Th. FeM .SMITH 00. add1173 815 Iteenth Street "43 Yqars Proven Safety" o~r f N. Y. "Pkysicians WesWhe" Aenes Use ~ Bit.-Phaphete By ,T iNprves People Al that wh ouee weeba GAY HEIRES "MAY BE Dl Friends of Mrs. BerthaSamuels *111 win the forgiveness of her fat] wfll keep his threat to disinherit he when the bride indicated her Int Sinclair, former Brown University a ago, being arried at Mystic, Conn, reached Mystic. It was raining, a stalled. The circumstances were no found a touch of romance in the fac she will 1:ave to be content with S allowance.. passions of war and 1.ck to. the normal human nature of peace. Must Equalise Taxes. Mr. Hays stressed the need of tdx reformation. and thrift. Taxation adjustment, he said, was one uf the greatest problems confronting the Administration. He asid: "The country has been confronted. as far as the present year I con cerned, with an almost insurmount able difficulty. War debts must be i paid. of course, and shall be paid. Irrom the wealth of the country and the earnings of the people must come the payments,. These pay mesW must coine, however, in .a ay to work no undue. hardship :n the paying, and mvot certainly in .t way that sball not destayy the Ipitlative and earning power Itslf of the labor or the wealth which must make toe payments. "There must and, of course. will be a refunding of the entire war debt on a proper basis, and it must be spread over a great nulber ot years. There is no reason why the present genera tion should bear the whole burden of a war fought for all posterity and that must not be. Taxes which kill initiative must and 1ll be , repealed and steps are being taken as rapidly as possible to that end. It is the idea of those carrying the largest responsIbll4y that for the Immedi ate present the method of raising rev enue can probably not be fundamental 11 changed. but that there shall be a re adjustment,of that method prvding new and lower rates, with the re peal of abortive features. such as the excess profits tax. After the refund Ing, which must come in due season. it will no doubt be possible to devise a method for the ultimate collection that' will stimulate rather than in any wa retard business and spread the buren in rit proportions. "An element In this final readjust ment, of course. too, is the adjustment and evidencing of the amounts due this country from other countries, and definite steps are being taken to that end, as you know. It is obwiously ee sentinal that that be concluded before the program of the ultimate ate i esn be consummated. Tax Reforms Urged. "Peronatly, I any willing to say moeet emphatically that this countz'y cannot go en. and must not attempt to go on. indefinitely during peace $iie with either the form or the de gree of taxation which was originally devised to tmeet the eknergency of war. Ou ossal income taxes were adopt ed han eye single to one thing, ,raising of the money ,In the largest quantity and with the greatest seed. We took the device ofgog stuhight where the money wasan taking it ruthlessly. The war ,tax iaw was, passed in the spirit of the draft act. "In thes emneey of war this was per enough but to keep up sthis arm of tIoin the sam, do tree durin peace timne would, of course. be intolerant. .I belIeve we should change our system of taza tioeas no Jonger to put sueb a handicap on ,aving as the present systemn does, Detweenp the man who consumes his day's werk as fast a4 he creates it. and, on the otiler lland. the qsan who wmtices self-dinial and eavbe part of his day's work andl putu it In savings balks, in Uife 1*, suranee policies or iji ~their feins of investmaqpt--between those two meop I may lb I. the business of wise gov ernmeost to tax the former rather than the latter." Cites German Pee. Regarding the approaching die Iarmament conference at Wpshing ton, Mr. )tays said: "Iti Isay opanion that the .meeting a:,h p agi event in the lat 21i years. And in the confidenee of deep convietion I pre Idiet that the forces worktgg for its succefil eenpuqnmation, gided by 'th sin great mind -ai symp techeart working the miraet~s for lin ths ountry, and i edoby feonos a iesult ush WIll he yes. gnsdas the meoet important meet ing of men's minds in all hiory and the most fruitful upward step taken by the world since the day Christ first preached.'Peace on earth, t w~uiktowad pea.' " ihGt s-P6PE $1HBRIT E D Sinclair are wondering whether mhe ter or whether Col. Joseph Sa ~els r. The milliouae made this threat mnton of being marripd to James thlete. The couple a few days It was late in the ng when they nd the engine in their motor had at all romantic, the heiress t that if her father to his word inclair's salary in lieu of her large many was one of the biggest concrete achievemente of the Admintistraton. and stressed the 'difference between management of foreign affairs in this Administration and the last. Illustrating the success of present Governmental housekeeping, Mr. Hays said that on March 4 the War Risk Insurance Bureau wan 200 000 claim@ and cases behind In its business. "Today all these back claims have ben cleared up." he told thu under writer. weDiscussing his own department, Mr. Hays described his efforts to Improve the morale of the postal erviee and to put it on a sound business basis. He was trying, he said, to strengthen and broaden the civil service to the snd that merit may govern. "LILY.BLACKS" NOMINATE 0. 0. P. CANDIDATES IN VA. RICHMOND, Va., sept. 7.-John Mitchell, Jr.. president of a negro bank here, was nominated as a can didate for governor by the "lily black* wing of the Republica"l party at it convention here last night. Thedoe Nash, of Portsmouth, 'was nominated for lieutenant governor; J. T. Newson, of Newport News. for attorney general; Thomas E. Jackson, of Staunton. for State treasurer; J. Z. Barnes. of Lynehburg, for seers. tary of the Commonwealth; Maggie L. Walker. of Richmond. for superin. tendent of public instetioa; J. L. Reed. of Roanoke. for ate corpora. tion co anissioner. md A, P. Brick house, Eszmore, 'for eo..i.mi.mer of agrleultnre. A resolution was adoped authoris ing J. R.'Pollard, State chairman of the "Ily black" faction. to arrange with leaders of negro Republicans in other States to Vl a national con terence In W ncton to protest against the "lily whiteism" in Repub. lican politics and to determine the tuttre relations of negro voters to ward the national Republican organ. isation. QAKLAND, MD., BANKER DIES WHEN AUTO SKIDS OAKLAND, Md., Sept. 7.-Darius M. Dixon, fifty-eight year. old, pred dent of the First National Bank et Oakland, prominent merchant and business man and a candidate for the Repubiban nomination for county commissioner, was inutantly killed at a poisit on the State road a mile north of Oakland this evening whim his automoile skidded, upeet and ea thIm beneath it. thMr. Dixon at the time of the aceident were his son, McCleIIa Dixon, seven years old, and an egt year-old nephew, thes son of Mr. and Mrs. M. N.-Wilson. of Elkins, W. Va. Neilther of the boys was hurt. Mr. Dixon is survived by a wldow, two sons and three daudhters. .Mayor Calvin Quita Rage. CINCINNA TI. Ohio. Kp.7. aorJobn Gelein, who was 'nmina. 5. fui #8n o the Rpbla nei~y~qtr~athat he intensda to 2frO. l fgave ill hsealth as the opuse for this action. CONSTIPATION~ asMSe eepaed by SPAW- PAW PILLS Don't asubr another w4h olubipation. Don't be a ,idika ef indigeution e liug wrouble. This. alments are sa. neee Munyon' Phew-Paw P~b put the thee lato activity, arydfe bbeand apm ate the e.T i nay eat antigthey want wit~ent dietrees. DAIDS Osnman arnd Prison Revblt LsadV Arrested in SAn F14P BALTIM4, t. 7.V-DAd 3M d e. New York *gunman dftd slayer of Patrolman George Sauer, wh Leom from the pe~ntent ru7 wbile an armed guard a o sur t night ina rSD , ng to a dispatch , recsived at he envict was arrested an Xwrkpt htreet, San Prancsco's principal tbor otghfare, after a piAtni fight wt three 4MOWotvs , u1~ r r ~ff lgI0 many shots were fre but none tool effect. Ther, disteettp attemo d it wrest who Dqjpdl =on~ei to 4pr. bend4r Who Usitear of tbe St te penitentiary last year. wh c~ onsidered by the guards ZAli convicts as a "hia man," fld the prisn b d n the side on 0 rove ladder. An armed guard. tandin 6M the top of the wal. ht. thl pripner flee, b4 failed to shoot. Bender aW Hary MeQue wer 1 CIUCAGO, Sept. 7,-Speed and bight will end ebjetiobable dane Cn$af aut t -Ward, speakig. Mrs. dall reached the conclusion after a long javstimAtn of Chicago's aplace ad public dane ball, ' 1Vssix as there ii* *t h and slew zMaic. de *11 be bad," she said, "if thi.febestra plays a fast tempo there ii no op 0r i dawA. a be ogm~aMt~ snadpp~ hip " lotha w401ith Furthermere, Mrs. Crandall said pay I~siiWna qn~ Qooe ,I. Of wes an t rh qx P Tt yemft laohe MtKavqan.v sakt wh he cornared the men Inn tntien Hsrs. tet atW they adt.rIft& I*ftAMd. eIr tW e"of the fnien prwnors w, on August 0 1i brokweso thefr ce". -ThpIF was waged In dormiltory C and Priaon turniture and ey~ythlng motabf d stroyed. '13 P~ or' IOT' y flOWE Moto be, his e: car canne to your oj Most -drio vidual cai We do no isproved Gasoline have heai on the mu to try it - iag tojy alone, we you deci you-shou "Standar is ei hgh't, ernables IIEIiT OF Rumsr Starts -Electric Price Skyrookegg--4.atr Found BERLIN, $ept. T.--Sesational re ports of a v.Jp by J. P...rgan, to ,eawe augc of e man Genst* Elso. to skprocket 100, 000461g p*M tal" 9 ip AL A gan tfteed much of the responsibility to an: magiative re, pmtmwon. tba "scH16W. ~wAlp American who r~vhgtatrd M "Parker PAIV," of .q4w vTork, at the aribw 904k and pro4u~d 4 bnUme :we* th e r at thi e tenf e Anertwaf bankr who wa traveling incognito. The BerlhW'Taebltt reporter who zsf~te*#: s &at VtER W nte oeft naraL E1. tric Company, who admitted that "PArker Mier" was Morga. kAn that the -two Wp conferred upon business matters. t Aer, to an Intursiew with te IwG Test ryoursef VER sincere one rist'e ist aregiay tperienee with his it" b o -G aolne volatile of u which you acaro to ustare SALE Curb Sales Dy iwas sI es. - One bootegger in the ' United Uso or at Aldet Oe each, tok * twered vie t asly jag ikoticlg can save the liquor problem. and put an end to rum-running and run-selliug. This un-named boose purveyor has mitten the t of jute fromne ta he0 00sr Ofter, Ingfor %gratui and grft whic he seems to regard as a part of his game. ,Attanwy- Odmeral .Douxlherty sid today the letter eamn to thi departmient in, the form of com a t .g Officials said It Is the first tim'. since the eua y wnt4f that a wIfeye Agotc handerhas ro plan that weam* sla atd wipe out his sudIiw ped fortune. - - tornational News 8ervice; ewr Deutach dend that he had eon "Mr. Morgan." The Boerse committea has started an investlwtlbn tb ikomne whethr the report Jr Mg~an's prpqnee bi'e were started with the. eof in. ftuenci a price. The Mittag Zetuns folkwed fp the MWrIn 'I's.1latt story saying . Morgan was in Germany. this Gas ,on the easierandrufime It has extra pu The 7cent impr the product, mad the~ work of oir ment Departmen "Standard" Moi the best obtainal But remember il test of gasoline qi it performs in; Try "Stiadard" line for yourself i road and , an us.It, will begin at once, Agreateombinati ard" Motor Gi power and Polari cation.' [)L COMPA JEltSEY). Congressman's Yoipg Hopen Prefers Cho Man's Job Jimmy Gallivan. Jr.. the ffteen-ye old son of Congressman JAmnes A4 s thi a musiesi emedy In spite of strong PS rental disapproval and orders to quit.. qut ':W. S. danced witi the other", aers agils last wibt at the one. ing here of "Thh O'Brien Girlt" wb hem left Boston after a long run Comu6e v4 the- 1deM at 5eeis4Sw A* actor a~cut a month ago andoi the chorus at that time. Congrmman .jlnIy. we r ' Alht it 'ever a ago a tu~ 11981 to com* boo". at .mZ a= . get ready for schowf but the young. str played out the Boston run. t here now and innda to. go with the hmw to Now York. 'Wait" on *wMft-1 Co. ealeo of qartM =eeV We44e. D..t we'so aiona gad out. rana from cost$ t AX et e eon * am Psi usced -S 16 ease. pea -peAdwt., -0, 01111 Road rasmoothlyo Lng power. Gvements ha a possible by Lr Develop t, have mad or Gasoline at thefinei lality is how your motor.I Motor Gaso under vary 'eather -con pay you to onliS"Stan~d asoline for ine for lubst.