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1 TRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920. THE SUN, PRICE. UTAH EVERY FRIDAY. PAGE THREE IH
I DR. E. P. CHAMBERLAIN
, 1'lirslcl.tn nnit Burgeon
Office, SIlvnKnl Ulock; Hesldcnce,
North Seventh Street, Price, Utah.
DR. CHARLES T. ROSE
I'lirnlclnn nnil Stirccon
514-616 curt nuiiiiinK,
Salt Lnko City, Utah Office Phone
Was. 497; Iteslilencc, HeHelere, Was.
170, Office hour. 10 to IS a, m.. and
2 to 6 p. m.
DR. H. B. QOETZMANN
Permanently Located Over the Prleo
i Commerelnl Ilnnk.
DR. SANFORD BALLINOER
Miles Building. Price, Utah
DR. T. J. ANTON
Rooms 9 and 10. Sllvngnl Building,
STEWART, ALEXANDER ft
Eleventh 1'loor tho Descret National
I Ilnnk Ilulldlng, Salt tax t'ltjr, Utah.
Sllvsgnl UutldlnK. Price, ttah.
L. A. McdEE
' 'looms S and , Mlvsgnl lll!t(.
717 Judge Uull.llnc
H HALT LAKB CITY. UTAH.
' OLIVER K." CLAY
Offlco Boom 0, Sllvagnl Building.
Office around Floor, First Door
i Wert of The Hun.
B. W. DALTOH
Office at County Courthouse.
Iloom II ami II. Stlvsirnl Mock.
ERNE8T R. GRIFFITH
I TltAt'llKIl OP VlOI.tl.V,
I Price, Utah
j( Address, General Delivery.
J. E. FLYNN
i MCIINHHII UXIMtltTAKKK AND
f 8ueeceor to C. V. Tlngley
; PltlCB. UTAH.
jj aTkOPF'B STUDIO
IIIrIi firmlo Pnrtnilla mill Kuliirgc
J HcconU I'loor
, I. Price Commcrelsl and Havings Dank
( PltlCK. UTAH
DR. J. B. HENDERSON
J At Price. I'srker-Weetcr lulldlng,
10 to i:. noon 2 till 4 p in. At Hel
per, over Helper State hank, 8 till S
p in., except 8undae other hours
, nt home. Call by appointment.
KNIGHTS OF PYTniAS
Price I.odno No. 32. Meets every
i ecoml, third and fourth Tuesday in
Mnsonlo Hall Vlaltlng inemuors nl-
tvnji welcome J. 1'. O rowan, C C.J
P. K. Holdnett. 1C. It. 8.
lNOi:it for next rcnults and
I'l'WIMl MACIIINIth mean
erlce not now. hut many years.
JJ. K. Jameson Mill see 'hat our
mnrhlne la taken care of Corner
of Fifth -ind J atreom "h. "i y
; For llml bmii1 jiiinttnu' The Sun,
LOWER TAX LEVEL NOT
DUE FOR THREE
NATIONAL TREASURY OFFIC
IALS MAKE STATEMENT.
Secretary Will Make Suggestions For
Raising Money Exow Profits
Tax To Go Now Tax to Put
Heavier Burden On Largo Incomes
Tariff Question May Cut Figure.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Nov. 7.
Tho nation will face h continuation of
Ihe animal (nx bill of H00(),'XMM(l()
I fur a )iriol of at least Ihree years if
eoiwrees adopt recommendations
I lrHflMt liy treasury officials, and
J which, it is understood tonight, have
Iweti laid hefore Secretary Houston
t for approval. Hottalon, prolmldy will
include such recommendations in the
I form of an aimlyaia of the govern-
I inent's financial rejwrt (o congress.
I The anaelysis will show, and aceoni-
llMHyinK recommendations will sug-
llPMt thai a Hires-year program for
tax revision is mprired in order to
J inert maturing fcoveriimenl oldijra-
j lions mih! wiver mrretit federal ex-
I HM. That aiiroxiHMtl 98,0M),-
i 000,000 in victory twlen, wa savinffs
teettrilies and treasury pertirieal
of indktpdniM will lw due for tay-
metil wilhin lite h1 three years,
treasury figures Ihiw. Itetenlio"n of
I llie renl agirrirate level of (axes,
I or maintenance of the annual revenue
of th govemmetit at altout W.WM),-
i (MK),(XM), then is held lo lw tmawridalilt!
I on the faco of averago extetHlittira
I entl.liated for the teriMl.
I Heeommendationa lo Itc ma do liy
Secrciar)' Houston, will inMHM
i oboliahmrat of the excess profit taxes
l in their entirety and the suhstitttim
therefore of a government income tax
'of a snlmtsnlially detier cut than
I under present revenue laws. It was
lielieveil the new Ineonw taxes would
aitly only lo lutmcs slnive I60IMI
1 annually and that jHwlsiou would lie
( made for a graduated increase even
i on the additional lax as the amount of
! incflino grows larger.
j The nerrelary is exiweled lo advise
etingresa that the strilctest eeouoiuy
in federal aprpriatiomi is neeewr'
it the program outlined on llie ImsIs
! of a fl,(Hl(,(Xli),(XH) lux Mil is lo lie no-
complished. Ho has said thst there
nan no wax to estimate with Hiiy
Igree of accuracy wlmt even tho pres
jent lawn would Nicltl In revenue le-
cmiim ot the rnjildly clinojfinK oondt-
' tlotis In InwinwM as n result of i-fler-
i the-wnr Iraiislliun nud readjust uient.
1 Houston's view of this Is that tux re-
1 reijits would he mnlerinlly lower later
in the prwM'iit fiscal year, which ends
'I June 30, 1021, and that, therefore,
the gtiverniueiit incomu tiudor the
i present revenue laws could not lie
taken as a I main for calculating fit-
l ture rweiptn.
I This attitude, which itaUmld also li.v
practically nil treasury offloinU Imv
iiiK to do with tax rollcetioiM, fore
pants a tack of great difficulty for the
f ranters of the new rexenuo net. Tlit
treasury will insisl slronsly on legis
lnlion winch would produce $1,0(10,.
; (hhi.ihmi lr lite next three yours, liul
the vwn ' mid ineiuis of gelling it will
j I Another Royal Suggestion j
i i COOKIES and DROP CAKES I
( From tho NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK
j XriIEN the child-
J VV rcn romp in hun- i
f. nry licrc are sonic
ij wholesome dellshti that
I will satisfy the most j
I ravenous appetite. 9
I fl cup shortening I
I u toaipoon KTatcd nutmeg HAW Bz aM m
i !ifa"'"" KUTAL
linking Ponder .,
; Cream shortenlnr and su- M B V WA lvT
airaln: auJ tlowly to
creamed aliortenlns and
Buear; add nutmes and .
?10ru,rt0,1ms1?.n0.Ut5thdo,3,h,: V " JW.
ltoll out very thin on
(loured board cut with mm n
IL cookie cutter, iprlnklo AbmOluieV PUI0
with sugar, or put a ral-
sin or a plsee of Enslleh U
walnut In the center of
each. Dake about U tnla- H
utes In hot oven. Mld, (fom Crf4ro cf tuittt U
Cocoa Drop Cakes darlvtd from srapei. 1
tablcipoonssUertenlnjr osrivso iroro irapes. m
1 cup sugar
U cup milk I
j teaanoons Itoyal B
U cup cocoa
il teaspoon salt . .
1 teaipoon vanilla 1
KP .?dortewln,f.l.a8.2n COOK BOOK FREE
iSftfn. ' SJiSar Salt an coatslntof 40 d.llbtul re- 1
lHS'lntn mlmturat a?!r "P". Wl be tint to TOU , 1
cocoa into misturet ur - . v. wU. ..,. -.- J
until smooth, add vanilla. IVS. anu addriii T 1
Tut ono tablcepoon of tu" ou aa""- I
batter Into each greaied ItOTALBlKINOfOWDEUOO. B
multln tln-and bako in luratuBtrt,WiwVkCltr. R
moderate oven about M U
minutes. Cover with boll- I I H
ed Idncr. I H
loft in congress, oxcept fbr iho bur
gostions contained in the treasury's
rcorU In fnct, tho tnx lnw frnmcrs
will bo informed Hint thcro is no
nllornntivo lo Voting n revenue, net
that will produce tho required amount.
Tho program for handling iho nn
Honnl debt enn bo accomplished only
through nnnunl revcntio of $1,000.
000,000, trensurj' officials hoM. Willi
the vlclory notes mnturing in 1023
and the war savings securities falling
due in iho interim and until 1024, it
was declared n Kssib!lity Hint the
1,000,000,000 tax level might have to
be continued even until tho latter
Treasury views are exited to
clash with those of the republican
majority in congress on questions of
ways and means of obtaining the
needed revenues. Hut with the
changing administration it was under
stood Ibe present regime nt the treas
ury would merely suggest and offer
little argument in support of (heir
stand for rejieal of the excess profit
laxea and reiilaeement of Ihe amount
so gained by higher income (axes.
It was e'xperfed that tariff ques
tion would be brought into the d!t
cnssioii and that lliose in charge of
lax legislation might seek lo offset
some of the deficit by higher duties
and customs, according to the treas
ury's argument for wiping the profit
tax provisions off the statute books.
The treasury is committed to n
continuation of the sale of saving
securities. Although amounts thus
obtained are small, I hey help ma
terially in reli'fring current burdens
of demand on Ihe treasury. This fea
ture of Ihe financial status of Ihe
government also will have lo be con
sidered in Ihe next lax laws since of
ficials believe it offers one road for
Ihe distribution of small amounts for
the lax burden over several additional
yeans. It was said to lie the only
means of deferring jmyment, but
after Ibe victory notes hnve been re
tired, securities on which Ihe pay
ments have tbHs lieen deferred can lie
Meanwhile Ihe treasury will earry
mi its announced program of short
lerm financing, hutting ertlfleitles
of indebtedness lo meet current r
qniremenls in anticiatlon of quar
terly imvmenl of Income profit taxe.
It was said thst Ihe certificate issues
proliably would continue on a bl
monlhlv ImsIs until congress indicates
what it will do in the way of tax legislation.
UTAH SENATOR PROMISE
THEM SUBSTANTIAL AID
All jmmmIiIo aid to save woolgrow
ers of the intermounlniu section from
financial ruin was promised the Utah
Slate Woolgrotuirs' asaocintiim last
Friday by Hunuloni Kinoot and King,
wlio addressed the members nt h
meeting at Salt Lake City. Dolh con
tended that there was little chance
tor an iminedlnto embargo on foreign
wool, ns proiHHted by Ihe nssoeiitlioii,
but that ndivf lies with 'lie federal
reserve banks. Resolutions were
drawn tin by n coininillee loinixwed of
losepli it. M unlock, .1. W 'llionilex,
IT. M. Howe, J. C. dordou mid Oeorge
Austin. Tliey were iwed at the
iiHirnlng session and iHttr preseuteil
to Ihe two senator. The tesoliilious
in sulHtlnnce follow:
"That nil eiulmrgo be had on all
iiuHirtations of wikiI and meats into
the United States and that said cm-
Iwrgo be placed immediately.
"That the federal reserve act or the
. federal farm loan act, ir Imth, lie so
I auiHiided that live stockgrofter and
:' farmers be allowed loans, as other in-
Idustriist, to pnqierly eouduci their
business, and that said loans lie based,
not alone on their 'quick assets,' but
on their holdings, ami if such auu-nd-
iiuntH csniuit be had lint a secsl de-
Mrtmcnt Im' established tu lurther
Ihe fuiancing of said industries."
Svimlor Kmoot addressed the mem
bers in the morning ami stated llml,
while he favored an embargo, he felt
thst there was little chance of effect
ing it now. He )Hiiiled out that Ibe
present federal reserve set provides
lor such aid as is needed aim that il
is a matter of getting those who hsve
the administration of the law to
"IcHMrtm up" to Ilia wool situation.
He said that ho would ask 1'iesidenl
Kiwi Harding to cull an extra session
of congress wxui after March -1th to
consider the wool situation.
Senator King, ndtkossing Ihe meet
ing in tho iiftoriioon, agreed that
there was little hope for an embargo
nt this tune, but promised to do all in
his power to assist the woolgrower.
K. J. Kennis was teiujMiniry chsir
mim of the meeting and Oeorgge Aus
tin pernuiiiont liininuim with Willsrd
Hiiuseii, Jr., hecretury.
Due to its increased postal busiuesi
the li'tirth class itonife nt Hunt
irgton, Utah, Ima been mlviuiced tu
liu'iitiuntiiil grade, or third cluss, Re
cording to ndt ices received nt Ihe Salt
Lako City post off tec.
When prieos coma down to earth
ngaiu it is to bo hoed Cupid wiinei
with them. Wedding bells ate be
coming rusty from too much idleness
and tho county ol"rk and tho preach
ers need tho fees.
Onu now Dritish law provides for
tho registration of proprietary medi
oines nud upplinnces and their own
Many u gem of wisdom roinos from
tho lips of a fool. 13 ut we are not re
1 l'ening to anyone in tlus comuiumt.
I: "ESTABLISHED" t I
l sssssassw NO ONE QUESTIONS THE QUALITY OF sWgnsw f M
$W$m Castle Gate and Hfik I I
! Clear Creek Coal VSgMS? f I
t 2 I I
Y Ke ef the "eldtimers" tmt recognise the pesiteen these tw fat V M
Y lssld in to West, It Is net nery te "sell" you on their merit, .
Y t wc deem it advlsbl to ttMm yon of the neeessity ef enJerin; ,. H
Y yow- winter supply NOW wMle Oiere is plenty ef seal U he ksst . M
wsl wWto baaUiic tosslittom art favwsbU. I M
X ASK YOUR DEALER t
Mined and Shipped Exolaelvely By V H
UTAH FUEL CO. I I
1 i i ip""! ptinling Tin' iiii
Itct Jsiiumwe McnliHiiiIlM1 of
i-rl(tc to the trade of ree-
hi. i in ..f iho ral ram anil sur
i.i.t urn tjror.vriovH
i n rfi- liuilitltiK fioiith N'lnlh
Hirrrt. I'rhe. ftah
I PRICE BOTTLING
stuT imtNKs .xi rt..vott-
INCI SVIlfl'S. CAXIIV
AMI Dllt'.M (1AH.
looils itellvercHl nt our homes
pr mptlr. Out of town nntcrs are
MUrlte1 anil nlven the best of nt
UUlon. l'hiinn 24
i And other rectal diseases are cured
without surgery. No time lost from
! busineM. Writs for my book on rec
Ul disossM. SENT FREE.
I. R. PARSONS, M. D. i
'11 Continental Bank !
8ALT LAKE CITY. UTAH j
1 Savoy Barber Shop
I Snny lloicl.
I .1. (J. CALLAWAY, I'ropr.
I1 Heel of workmen anil courteous
treatment. CatcrlnK only to the
flrcl'i Inm trade Hatha In connec
tion rrl'd. I'tah
I nllna an fen I" ha t.i 11 flier lit H
rty num. live rl. a The Bun H
POOL HALL I
Soft llrloka, Climro. 'rntNicr, H
t tsareltes. H
Cm miles. Nothing Hut the Meat H
Vmir Trmlo Hold ltet. M
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rarkcr-Wi-elcr lllils.. I'ckv, H
CnrtHiii nier. ruMier nands. Upe H
writer rlhhoiis The Hun. H
Libert u lire and H
Wwt Hide North Ninth street. H
True. I'tMh. Vuhsnlslng and rail I - jH
slur reimlrliix Ymir liuolneos H
Hilled Cllh the Iwet ot work St H
rciiMiimi'lo iirhes. 1'rumiit service. H
I. lliai t'ooil print imr The un. H
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m liingstacktliG ml
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W mi& satisfaction W
j-;jl in Gvei'ij Lottie. M (
ffiSSS Known Everywhere. Buy It fM
jjp'J HJ8S. by the dozen for your home jmj
ilii ilk Anheuser-Busch lil
Jfiiprtisi' vCw rV llalll
MmSP P, fetors cordially invited
II Mi Price Beverage Co. jl I
NlilSa Distributors, Price KsMl