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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - March 1, 1924, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                WEATHER Mostly cloudy Saturday and Sunday iprobably llffht now Sunday Not lunch change in temperature VOL 59 NO 222 BTABLISHED JUNE PUBLISHED IN TITUSVILLE PA BIRTHPLACE OF THE OIL AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY IL REGIONSCIRCULATION OVER SUOO DAILY SENATE HAS STORMY LENROOT AND HEFLIN PASS BITTER TITUSVILLE PA SATURDAY MARCnl 1924 Original Irake Wall THREE CENTS DAUGHERTY SILENT Attorney Cvmral Harry M had nOtlUMi K v tent ion wi he iuade Heflin Hem IK could submit a KHer Vriiti b the attorney instruct iu a dJstricl Oil Committee Chairman Scored for Visit Paid ExSecretary Fall SHOULD HAVJFSAID Former of A Mitchell Palmer Denies That He I Bureau Named in Four Sought to Have Underwood j I BPpf JRQ i Indictments Use His Influence I kbULJlU LUUiVJ HiTLHlliJ I ACCEPTED AND GAVE Feb Philadelphia Laundryman Robbed i BRIBES IS 4 LEGFT in the oil inquiry were made the By Girl and Male Pal jecl of a sttrnng debate todav in j 1 1 il I L ur TI senate which culminated in a bitter i rep A PC FA AM Gtlt J John inompson and forensic encounter between ChairmanLiLAri1 ift AU i UiYlOlSlLE j Exoffcial Are Charred Witk Lenrcut of the oil committee and tiri I r r j VYIn senator Heftin Dem Ala i HiLAiacLiHJA Fob LJerrauding liovemment This clash grew ont of the visiiother bobbedhaired bandit made h vl which Senators Lenroot and SmootJ on the neet j Rep made to Albert B Fall lttatUcc tiu liomil commit Likewise liaiielir y noihng to ay when inform d in the senate WJUl him SlO Ill cr to Murila where Mjs is ill 1 T o Vi ivcpUfL i Regulars Is Sanctioned by Vote oi 408 to 8 REPRESENTATIVES 25 PER CENT REDUCTION ON PERSONAL TAXES DUE THIS YEAR No Increase in Existing Personal Exemptions is Provided in New Bill j But it Keduces Levies and Also Present Surtax MakinoMaxi mum 37 V Per Cent upper House Into a Violent Session BATTLE RAGESMORE THAN FIVE HOURS By Associated Press was Former Private Secretary to Mrs Harris Appears on Witness Stafid uuuuweu vuuuuu trom Edward ft Numimiri i v in tout nd ct McLean publisher of the Washington mtl rollDWl nim o today bv tho federal Post lueir motor car directly in fund Jury which has spent t month Resenting what lie regarded as in llon t Schuman tlu pair smuations of Senator Heflin that iad aided Senatoi the most Jt anything more despicable than appeared before n M the visit of tho senators to the criminion the police nlo the bill the original Melton schedule m which was supported by Sepublican Lniled j 1 r Ul I I naliy charged under indictment Sixteenyoarold Dorothy Mav ilmu in a hirtl on j Walsh Sees no Impropriety i erswho was arrested yesenuv l l Ciile tninn hv CM iher male i m a lonrth cha Laueu nnon oy Senator Lenroot By Axxnclateil YORK Feb Tin re above i cent above had shot and seriously Sensational Developments It to The house also approved a Another incident of discussion he employment by McLean of W Smkhers chief communications of icer at the White Rouse to man the trivate wire the publisher had in railed between bis palm Beach cot age and the Post building here Sena or Dill Dem calling alten ion to this declared the trail ot this hing goes the rounds of the execn ives oflieers and it seems even in his connections Paying court ung itio HDL iiMiveil a the wifes legitimate hit1 iOr a lhli of Lf per nniirnamn SMITH IS wlnii lur tIilllinaUl s i onvj mni JUKI neid iij and jiusdution ol th court n RDFi nrfclTIR r robbed a grocery siore the day befor Iut1 or Pursued i AfUr reading deoosition an nLL in the I N U r she was captured not the specia re several wiinessis W h lKCOlno until i UU1 I IflL e nrr Ihni il son of kli Rnv M s mule nex year on nnrTPrl Of oC mr girlbood 1 urollts olTit excep tUN U fl tl F M IT 3 Jlla JUrVat Unie toinikolMMi I1 levies which t UMIJIRLU UiiSUJMfflL or these transactions Thr priucipa depSirU admit PCMOnorn nn nnrrrn vyner jnooihl iuoi ot Lainlng nnome DrnnrCT PAMrc if Uif toduvs ball c s1r ly fr me of in ft VK vhn i f heuule tnajir jirovisioiis of the bill LUMES AS SURPRISE Attorney olUcrti reKvl the sovrmnen wherein I thgirls edncanon he said are vrrvr nilur or Susie e Incomes Under Earned AUIANK V V Feb VMTMOr clsil Mnnv vero b ior of spec Harris iMilvrs is his A r pe ce vlnetiu KilirhlS lu on nyw accusation was mndo by jressrnsn Got Money i1 under i candidate for the Dem AlaJ ivmney Raunpr tr elined UK atttnney genera had wHr V l Uii i u Associated 1rcxs UASHINciTON Feb L0The row over Attorney enoral OauglKrt v Plunged the senaie inio a violent soft Nion unprecedented lor tne evchanges of bitter porsonalitioK insinuations of misconduct action was forced over morrow on Hie proposal for an in vestigation of AI 01 nitiil Th storm which broke about the nvesiigation resolution of Senator Dem Mont swept over all boumliuics of scMiuu rules and d iorinn Thore were charges and rom ior charges or attempts to puckthe committee thenwen uttackK upon nnmorous olllcials pruc amf past from the White House down and upon the personal conduct and aihlfations of presidential Candi da tits and senators Battle Rages Long Time For tive hours the battlu rJfKou amid rrequum outbnrsts Crom crowded galleries despite repeated warnings and threats from Uu cliair Hie senate recessed tonight Avith hAsks Name bo Withdrawn From Prmiaries in Illinois I Ml voinorpow after n Juciic r v i w uxi by the present TI ceiit Qii incomes exceed ill tax exemptions would Of Misconduct Fob rlinatlon Before the senate inuuiry got under HAURl vay the oil committee heard flat de tho West rfciUuklnhia Genera Home Miltlls uals of several of the sensational Tfij i i i Congressmen Got Monev i llil miner v v 41t n iS V for 2 That certain sums f mmrv Honest Man i eavnod for preferential prim tn f se 7 r l iMiijfxj Orfi i iuj posirjs ol tins ivluci ion aris in Illinois on AnrJI s ir V to protect from orrednLion of niany of ilo known here j1 IOfl nSmM Republican u OI man would ll apinxciated Uul adin he is our man Hmtor Wheeler charging tho at intimi resident up ation Willis Only Defender Mr Datigherty vas defended by r Ohio who thai the aitoniev general vindicateri coinpletelv if civen in Partial rial Tlie Obi senator wis the state lupublicaii to spfak in Mr Hhiims has bee ierl d hereby j Iaughertys belialf lut Sfnator nques ptlrim th statnts of lm MI whiln expresHine tho Is Baited atBinghamton jnrKli pninirjs iti lo be proven that he m in v i Feb by afiiavit honorab nian mis notary jmhlif ceriifying At the ourscrt today an unexpected a a frMties t Ihe loeitiicrt by Snalup had aJOJiiKxmrji ih governors I isu into the fight alnarlvMr f wiihMsj a surprise at the canri1 wny ov the investigating COPJ IMlihoiiKh it was known hedid persrnnei n mOrlified Iifs nof approv hi name nslution by providing that ihe com lhr Illinois primaries 1 Hhikuiil he iKrtod by the sop V as noi believed hi I Jl irovijiel m iusen is ils but seldom followed Son nuIT dropped his original plan the jnHuding him Contract Made With Fall isronKhart oriow Warned to Keep Cool j I HiJid sijtii i t You UT i if wns charged in connection with T1 I nsvM l nf for sohiiers for which he witness said apjjropriarer F i is hfl imu vho 1hili i hief of ti buicenain additional eamlnnients orknr nov the mysteries their examination iticiztl the of mollic iud t lett including the identity of nnl skill on the t or P m apricots apples peaches and ofiicer of the UVS i Th in Un w PP i dclpina General Homeopathic hosTe ceasei Lawyers Recalled iitn conignt tha ncvssary prorantions The contrars we t Sx Summons Sent Out taken to prev nt a i cnrrfnce They include Francis VcAdoo son n t G McAdoo Zevely Fran ayment OI OChoOl Money Homer a Baltimore auorncv Ml7 Q A J XT i mithers H starling of the Be Started Next Week House secret service staff Rochester confidential adviser to H ARIMSIUKf Feb ttorney general Daugherty of slateaid f fourth school A demand that thfr committee may fej re ibpoena William Boyce Thompson of cnnfren hicago was made today jn the senate Auditor General Stituuel s Leu is ni ISearch for Missing Girl c the pivvent 1V ffe never irl I fd suicide af was tin indict promise fi INJUNCTION TO BE SOUGHT y Senator Heflin who charged that f iecht hompson borrowed n Iirjti of public insTruciion i a dummy note securer by Sin his month had i air oil stock for use in the presi rn ntial campaign that yer TO the A broader Held for inquiry will be igislature irnished the coinmitiee if Prossdnt lr oolidge complies with a reqnest in ir t resolution adopted bv h rii lisijcts mi j i nate that furnish th income TX m turns of Fall Doitenv Sinclair TifJ mentavv e1v v ie Sinclair and Doheny Oil Arrroxiniatlv IHM At the House it srid vould his under th lauhee ct ing Additions Counsel While the innate wjs in ful was msde a White Hous That Prsidem Tooiid woutI appoint additional SJXM rr iei to bring looking To rti ftsive in now eperrvv y h Sranhirr Of if California was hst would Versed 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