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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio ENY LOANED J a it a i a TO FALL ii yl tll lll Anderson Says Stranger Gave Him Small Fortune f VERY MUCH ABA Ohio Friday Jan 25 1924 1 imes Recorder SLATE ENDORS Says John T King Offered Him Job Back in 12 and Failing to Hire i Just Deposited Cash to His Organization Give Chief Prior to Lease On Government SENSATION I INVESTIGATION OF fill W California Oil Magnate Made Loan to FaH Liked His Kind Darn Fool NEW YORK Jan 24 William H Anderson state Possible Ohio United For President When He Defends His Course The story was reluctantly unfolded at the direction 01 afd under the or Assistant District Attorney who is by head an indictment m catena Prosecutions Loom as Probe of Teapot Dome Deal Continues Lewis Denies An That He the to forgery in The strange involving the gift of a tive stranger who Anderson said provided the small fortune because he liked his kind of a darn was made with Anderson on the stand in his own d after he had made a categorical denial of the accusation's John T address unknown was the given hy Anderson of his mysterious stranger he said introduced himself in the Baltimore offices of the league of Maryland fete in 1912 After a futile attempt to induce him to fake a job guaranteeing him a year son fold the jury King because he liked mv kind of a darn and believed in the prohibition ed his own money for the league head's account and accumulated the tidy fortune for him Thought It Justice to Split Commissions -s vras gives greater impetus t tha state acd s Uve committees county chairmen j leaders SUon candidacy and choice for the seven 10 the convention endorsements j picked the banner at the are B- and Simeon D Harry 3L sherry Cooper tor of Cincinnati who managed I campaign or or the presidential Con- of of h'S Governor Whitman sort told his of past in a -s only fair that I following Ust o S for jear I assisted was in subscriptions of I I think it over Fred l he the WASHINGTON Jan B FaH j tary the interior received a loan of in cash on personal note from E L Doheny California oil magnate r Doheny testified today before the senate Teapot Dome of Et- sn it John m a and ovations U no at J s of and i out- Hi f his arms jn a fen or he cried 1 gone to niy in Almighty for our t Mr protect Scores es met aad some You can't so into the Tne date of the Joan was jrven as Nov 30.1921 or more than a year before Fall signed the contract to Doheny interests in the California naval out of which reminded has he expects to make n profit of Doheny declared to committee however that the loan had no relation to any of the subsequent that it was made by him and that in connection with this loan there was no dis- cussion between Mr Fall and myself of any whatsoever The transactions themselves in the order in which they occurred Mr Doheny said dispose of any contention that they were influenced fay makiri a- personal lean to a life long friend The nil that he had advanced the money to enable FaH to his ranch and he had fully intended to collect the loan if Fall's health remained good and that if necessary he had planned to employ the former secretary to look after his Mexico holdings so as to enable him to F of the Teapot Dome by A B Fall then in the arj of tbe Harry I ea they I paid the money I received to reminding the OC ADS on collections Defied 510.000 any noising said 01 k June 1913 over ij ins superior This matter still to be definitely the he -1 Sinclair and mth Caraway of Arkansas is dominating distributed at the senate probe of the money fron Who Oci for OOO in Vork hank that of carh from turned tr-iito- in lot he thought Th on a of t son be deferred ro time Senator turn ocrat Arkansas league Jhe Always Raised Limit When of Tiffin o the Teapot Dome lease was to consent the -5 i L r ncte or discharged the investigating g lie he had from further h to them before or the resolution C H o returnee to zaa after Deposited th his personal t ujc remans mis party 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