The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 17, 1921 · Page 2
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SURTAX RATE !N HOUSE TOD AY Gkftfige In Flpres Considered Issue of Revision BIIL DAILY iriWS, F11PMUOK, MP. t THURgPAT, NOVEMBER 17,1WL Advance Kete*«M for Conferee* Will Consider Other "High Spots," Including Bcore Levies--Hit Parcel Post Excise. Washington, Nov. 17.--The big issue In the tax revision bill--the senate amendment fixing the maximum surtax rate at 50 per cent--1* to come to a "te today in the house. Spokesmen for the "insurgent" Republicans and the Democratic minority express confidence they can muster the necessary votes to keep the ·high rate ia the bill. While making no predictions, Republican leaden* genrally were hopeful there would ·)«» n compromise uWmately between the senate rate and the house rate of 32 per cent, probably around 40 per rent. Chairman Campbell, of the rule? committee, said the vote would be under a rule limiting debate to two hours nnd insuring a decision on the stralgTjt-cnt issue of accepting the , senate amendment. This wns reqne«?t Hl by the leaders of the "Insurgent" group, who said they did not wnnt the Issue confused with a motion first to in«tmct 1he conferees to ngre» on a maximum other th«n the fiO per cent Should the proposition to accept thn senate amendment be voted down, tin* hou=e then could agree on a compromise figure or permit the content to resnnje negotiations with «cnnte managers without further ln«tni After the house litis expressed It«df r»n fho cnrfnT niiwnilmpnl, Ihp *nn ferees xvlll proceed to dispose of the other "high spots" In into hill, whloh include the corporation Income tnt, the Increased estate tax. tlu« tax on Sifts of property, (he li'\Ie« nn medicinal beer, wine and \vlii*kv, the re- pea! of the $2000 nonuul exemption to corporation^ except where the cap- ttftl stock Is $2i.OOO or ]*«;, the treat- 7uent of Insurance companies other than Hfe, and the nmeniiinent'i ilotln- la? capital gain and los«c At their sessions the conferees agreed to senate amendments striking out original house provision* for the exemption from the Income tnx of Income recPSved by foreign traders nnd foreign trade corporations from sources outside the United Rtn1p«« Tt was understood tlie conferees w o u l d accept the senate provision's designed to place Americans doing business In fhe Philippines and Porto Rico on a par with foreigners In those Insular possessions so far as taxation is concerned. The managers also agreed on the senate amendments repealing the tax on parcel post packages and on bond* of Indemnity nnd surety. Another senate amendment accepted, provides that if corporations issue capital stock · at a value of less than $100 a share, the tax shall be one cent on each $20 of the actual ralne or fraction thereof. The present law Imposes a tax of five cents on each $100 of stock, irrespective of the par value of the shares issued! Other senate amendments accepted 'included, those re-enacting provisions of the existing law imposing taxes at the present rate* on: Capital stock of corporations. Brokers, proprietors of theatres, circuses, bowling alleys, billiard rooms, shooting Railleries, riding academies, persons operating or renting passenger automobiles, brewers, distillers and wholesale and retail liquor dealers. Manufacturers of tobacco, cijrar? end cigarettes, dealers In narcotics. On the employment of child labor. On owners of yachts and other pleasure craft PHONE GIRLJAVES LIVES Suspects Trouble as Call Comes From Gas Victim. Mantua, X. -T. Nov. 17-- Ml-* KM.- Carre nnd her lirolher rimrlc* WIT.- overcome by coal sro«s ami !m for tin- quick ail of n tflej'lionp operator both might have dleil Karlj in tlip *\««n Ins Chnrlee roniplained or fot-lins sleepy and \\cnt np-;tair«! to lie down Shortly nfter Mi«« K'«!P 1if-ann- ilrow- sy and tlfuclt 1i«*; to tfloplion^ "ii^r snint- She renacmlteix j-«*aolilii£ the phone and r.'sklwr for a num!er. bm - that 5s all. fijp operalor T«-!t that «ni«"tliinc :itnl \\--rc !-r«th»r. Mrs. Er.rigM Recovers Jewels. J?,' "·*· Y.I. 3.. X,-\ 17 Mrs; i; - h- trorth sr in B foil,- Gcrfs Proved Coftly. Ita 1 ... Ted Ixm-bt JkinU | r.lmlnl Bay T«l Lcwl« Band I Hay It With Music- - - - The Columbians) Just Like a Ralnlww - · - The Columbians J Canadian Catcr» . . . . I'vl Blcso Trio \ DangorouH Blues . . . . I'aul Blc«o Trloj SATURDAY-You've Made a Clilckeu Of Your } Mother Nora Bayes j Dapper Dan Cruinlt} Ten LIHIc FiDgerx and IVn Little Toes · Knufmao ] SOLD EXCLL'SfVELY BY A-3473 10 inch A-3472 10-inch A-3470 10-inch A-3471 10-incli A-3477 10-Lnch 8Sc 85c 8Sc 85c 85c C. E. CLINE Handkerchiefs Dainty and Serviceable 1 f Did anybodv ever have quite enough handkerchiefs' ' (Yrtaihly, never too many. These dainty squares of linen ave "here by the thousand. Hemstitched, embroidered, initial, silk, linen, and crepe, in a multitude of pretty designs that will he welcomed by many who want them for themselves or. happy thought! for friends at rhristmas. Of course, you may get the single haiidkerehiel or choose from some daintily boxed, rontaining t\\o, four or u half dozen. 5c to 75c ea. -- 15c to 1.75 Box Society ^rmri (Slothes fORTOONGMSNAND Kemp's Shop for Men (Formerly Bosenstock Bros.) The Crossett Shoe for Appearance and Service 6.00 and 6.50 ·u-» built to fulfill all a man may demand in a shoo. Of the best grades of leather, perfection, in shape and workmanship, Kiiulish ami the broader toes, iu Black aud IJn.wn. these Crossett models for present xvoarinc arc unexcelled for smart ap- pearam-e aud foot comfort, both of which points are appreciated by the man of judgment and :j«»od taste. Pin Seal BUI Folds of the kind any man will be proud t«» use are made in the most earcful manner. Sterling silver corners add to their appearam-e. \\hrt-h bespeaks refinement. 5.00 i\tTfopt icon! of ha? in i-rotcct th? *li-!e? from tbe ^at of ttH* ^tyfct «»»4j- ' t Tb» News grow. DOLL BROTHERS ANNOUNCE THEIR DISPLAY OF ' HOLIDAY NOVELTIES ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I9th · T . .!__ T« of Fundluw b to TUok of if You Were Unable to 0 Attend Carty's Christmas Opening Sale Yesterday Be Sure to Get Here TOMORROW It has boon many a year since we've been in position to offer such splendid values aud mob large assortments. Our response to our Christina* Opening Amioum-emeut ypstorday was most gratifying and if you were unable to get here--make it a point to come Ninorrow, if i^ is merely to set) what is. new uiid beautiful at Carty's low prices Carty's Furniture Store X «, 50,52 Patrick St., East, Frederick, Md. BUY YOUR SHELLS EARLY And be sure you get the loads you want. Ovtr Line of Shells js" Complete. OUR HUNTING COATS are the Best. CENTRAL HARDWARE CO., Frederick, Md. Old Newspapers For Sale. Apply NEWS OFTICS SOME REAL in BARGAINS MEN f() r WOMEN CHILDREN II A TC n A I ^ **"' mi - r oOo MEN^S ·· Felts and Velours. $2.5O and up -- oOo WOMEN'S and MISSES' All the latest styles in the most desirable colors. $2.98 and up - oOo CHILDREN'S Felts, velvets and beavers. $1.79 and up - oOo BOYS' Chinchillas, with ear warmers. Blue, Brown and Grey. $1.25 and up CHARLES^EGALOFF'S SCHOOL SHOES for BOYS and GIRLS Every Shoe correctly styled and every style a fit. AT PRE-WAR PRICES. LOWENSTEIN WERTHE1MER HEAD TO FOOT OUTFITTERS, Frederick, Maryland. mmmmmmmmm. UNDERSELLING STORE 11 SOUTH MARKET ST. Frederick, Md. !· Vlw SIM* Tk*t B«feM BtOl 9M«* Of T*»r DMtar 1 WATCH THIS! WHY Should YOU Belong to The i$ American Red Cross? BECAUSE It Is Helping to Safe-Guard American Life. The American Red Cross Nursing Service, at tjic request of the fJovcrnment, provides the re- s;-i've out of \vhich nurses are furnished for the Army and .Navy Nursing" Corps and the U. S. Public Health Service. 19,877 NURSES WEEK FURNISHED BY THE RED CROSS DURING THE WORLD 37,787 nurses are now registered and sub- u't to call. * 4,7,94 nurses were in active service July, 1, 1,163 nurses have been furnished to the U. S. PublicHealth Service. 1,036 Chapters last year employed 1,3'35 public health nurses. 1.726 INSTRUCTORS HAVE ENROLLED 258.710 STUDENTS IX HOME HYGIENE AND CARE OF THE SICK: DURING THE LAST YEAR 86,r70 PERSONS COMPLETED T£E COURSE AND RECEIVED CERTIFICATES. During the year 500.445 children have been inspected for physical defects, and means of their correction recommended. Your Membership Dollar will help to ' America. 1 i Ideal Painting and Trimming Company, I" Phone 1064. West South and Ice Sts. ! Frederick, Md. «*. ·····pjlUUMM*1

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