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Decembor It, ittX SALES TAX MAY BE USED TO FINANCE SOLDIERS' BONUS BILL 19 TO C ORAFTEO FOR NSW , CONGRESS HAROI NO FAVORS PLAN Resolution It Adopted By Veterans Executives Urging Revenue Frorr ' Feedetvffe Measure Mutt Providf i Mum to Rslae Revenue to Cet , rrooldonfa Approval. ' Clndnntirt, (. A direct imwmwrt 'town rrmlclocrt Warrrn O. Harding pkHlirlnn hla snppwl to bomw f"i former arvlv men. providing a fen IM imRns of flnnnrlnR Ihr- burrtor ran be found, iiieh a a autre tnx was preaentwl by Coloni'l C. K Kortaa, Ulrector of the Vvlerans' Hi rcan at WaxhinKton. before a J'Hni conference of tialioniil and depart mnt etpcutlvo of the Vetprnne oi Foreign Wars at the Hotrt Gibson. lnaimurh s Colonel Forbes' an noanrement followed a lone distant totorrfione, conversation tie had wltt the rreeiaeat earlier in rna f. preaent at th conference Mined at ImprewHoB that the approval f a ale tat plan of financing fbe bonoi bad It! Inaplratlon ! the Whlt Ilrue. Thla Impression was eonflrro ed by Colonel Forhe after the meet inr "Yon may aay that M la the Pre dent's view that aalea tal would bf ini I table method of financing tbf bnrdrn," Colonel Forbes aakt. "That method of financing- also baa the ap proval of myaelf aa the director of the Veterana' Itnreau." Tha Prealdent recently told Con gress that It la useless to ni'k hli approval of a bonua Mil whlfh rt'e not provide nionna of fln.inlni payment. In message to Congress several month ago the President suggested a sales lex na among the methods. Imtnodlutcly following Colonel Fifties' address and a d1senlt.n which showed strong approval of a sales tni plan, the cte'nilves nnanl ir.nusly adopted a resolution Indors ,ig a asles tax, with foodstuffs ex empted, aa a nieana of rnls'ng the tiPieMary revenue t finani-e tlie pay ment of n bonus, wIidsp total It waa estimated nf llie Ht session of Con gtvs would he $4.lX.0t. Indictments Returned Omaha, Neb. Forty-thre peraona Including prominent New York aa Chicago men end 28 well known Ne bra ska banker, were Indicted her bj a Federal itrand Jury, charged Witt misuse of the malla and conspiracy If misuse the malla In connection wit) the afTalra of the defunct Uon Bond Inar and Surety Company. Amoni those Indicted were Joseph Troggatt former President, and Clarence le.in ard. fonner Secretary of th company Millionaire la Dead Denver, Colo. John It. Porter multimillionaire broker, wsa founr dead with a bullet wound In his rlgtil temple In a field 10 mile northeast of CastJe Itock, Colo., Mi mile froir prnver. Porter hud been missing foi several daya when he went for a nio tor ride. Ing tb wreck, win located at ffockley Texaa, by Ma eon, Knrln 4. Smith, ac cording to tel arrant received here The mcwsge stated that Rmlrti It Buffering from ahock and waa unable to account for hla presence In Hock ley. The wreck resulted la the death of 10 persona. Accused Watchman Found Austin. Texas. JotIt II. Smith, wrtclimnn, who is held to have boon responsible by a railroad board of In qulry for the train wreck at Humble. Tex-u. and who disappeared, follow MEASURE DEPTHS BY SOUND New Device to Be Used In Plumbing Abysses ef Pad fie Never Yet Measured. Snn Franclsm. I'neparatlnna are being made abonr I two Cplted Slates destroyer here t' chart the Pacific's bottom with new device. A sound la acnt from Die apparatna to the Nittoin of the nceun, nnd echoea back to the sti'p. The elaaed time la a measure of depth. Ky this method nn attempt will be made to ascertain the doplh of Nero- deep in the south I'aclflr, a hole In the floor of the ocean believed by many to be the opening tunnel con necting the Indian and the Pacific oceans. The deep baa frustrateil the efforts of 2r.000 fathoma of rattle to reach Ita bottom. 15 H m ! We Are Headquarters For I Christmas Merchandise I g, . ft Coats Suits Dresses $10.00 to $79.50 $19.50 to $49.50 $6.95 $39.50 Skirts Blouses Sweaters $5.95 to $8.95 $1.00 to $8.75 $1.50 $12.75 Hosiery Purses Parasols 65c to $3.50 $1.50 to $12.50 $1.50 to $19.50 Millinery Handkerchiefs Traveling Bags $1.50 to $15.00 10c to $1.00 $5.95 - $12.50 Beautiful Black English Broad- Handjflade Waists $2.95 C!th SLXernetian UniUgt aU Silk HosaH Colors $L00 sizes. SPECIAL - dOO 7C Silk and Wo1 Sport Hoe --5 ip66.tD Chamoisette Gloves $1.50 Fitted Suit Cases $14.50 to $27.50 Sport Hats $1.95 Gloves $1.50 to $4.00 Silk Sweaters $4.95 (INCORPORATED) 4 Exclusive But Not Expensive MAIN STREET ORDER IT BY MAIL 9 ra ijfagfejaasattaOTeWst pj J n Pushin's Fashion Shop RICHMOND, KY. Our Appreciation and Christmas Greeting YliARS come, anil go, and arc for gotten, hut the loyal support given to this hank hy the citizens of this community from year to year re mains fixed in the memory of its officers ami directors. Berea Bank and Trust Co. J. W. STEPHKNS, President JOHN F. DEAN. CnWri MAIN STREET BKKKA, KY. For Sale or Rent Having decided to move to the (arm I have recently purchased, 1 will s-.ll or rent the property in Berea, Ky., on Center St., where I now live. The dwelling " a two story, 9 room, plastered, frame building, furnace heat, electric lights, toilet, and bath, flood barn, garage, and ail necces sary out buildings. The lot has a front age of 75 ft. and is 200 ft. drep. 1 also have 4 acres of creek bottom land in grass just outside of city limits that 1 will sell with this property. I am offering this property at a great bargain, and will sell on easy terms if terms are desired. Can give possessions January ist, 1923. T. B. STEPHENSON 58 Conter St Phone 75 Berea, Kjr. Mudnga ef a Motor Cop. Hort.nM Maai. jrou ar. a )k.. Vou rok. rvklMM Hart. And tblno ot .very km y.u ferok.. Including mj poor hurt. Wahin(tn timr. Coaraa Stuff. Ladjr Friend (admiring hla new villa) You'v put a lt o' nionry Into your new home. Ranj Yen, lnWl! My ll-a waa to have It In vry reaix-t a flltlnf ahorle for a rMiOman ! I.nrty KrlMvl llnve ymi Itii'mlit f renting It out? AUTHORITY ON INDIANS Oiff.ranoa of Optniaa. Amhler Mmtm mn rao apprvdaM alnitl. blraMHlnraa. KiMH And tumr ara rt aaHafl4 until tlM-y ar doubly bl tlflc Aimrliiin. Mora Than Qrantf. rirnt rinanrler Tbey tall dm nifh flyer'a wrecking of that kank waa frand larrrny. SroMid r-inmirl.-r flraadl Aa, at waa magninfrat I Tuwa Twiiica r 0 ! oiitica aid tha Palice. Pci you think tha anthorttlaa around hero will arrive at aolutloa of llila -rlui nil-ryT' "I d'no." ri'iKod TurMirr Cerntoaael ; "I d'no. T1i riiwutln' aitomry la a dry ItepuMh nn 0' the prlorlpnl da trxtlve a Ii-iuM'rt, an' It muy be prt'tty hard fur Vm to git (stli." WeMtilDgton Slur. WORLD NEWS (Continued from par 1) nowera in South America that wa had not apparently reallted and whii-h may at some futn-e time pre a.nt a problem with which wa may be concerned. ft 'f, Dr. William lieaurhauip of Byracuaex N. Y, la the greattmt Uvlof authority oa Iroquol Indiana. lie la niuety Utrea yeara old. but remarkably actlva. Sooner the latter. -Jul Ihluk, GKrg. daddy will pre -i nt ua altli a check on our weddlaf lay." ilow lovely, dear. We muat ha 1 he weiJding bella la the morula-; tha hank cloaee at threw 'clock U the afternoon, you know." Attention la belnff called to the rapidity with which German prop erty of all knda la paaaing into the handa of foreign ptirchaaera. Tho atatiatira are nor reliable at thU time, it ha been eatimated that tt fercent of Germany 'a property haa ihanfed hanna ince tha war. Tha lew pricea, in good money, due to tha depreciation of tha mark, haa tempt ed foreign capital to enter tha coun try and make tha purchase. Ail nations are represented to aoma ex tent Caecho-Slovakina capitalists have bought up whole groups of aUrea and factories. In soma cases, without aven an Inspection of tha property. Much of this la doubtless speculation, and tha property will pass back Into German hands, bat much will remain la foreign poeaaa sion. Thla ought in time to Imp re re Industrial conditions aa foreign cooa triea will have iatoraata la Genua.