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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 17, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota 8 pages du1 Sims latter prig 8 pages Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Freeborn county to m est Twenty six year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday August 17, 1921 Quot fifteen number thirty Koi it tax revision shooting to about this time o. Year Bill is Laid before House Bill now before House suggests repeal of excess profits and j sur tax rates. By associated press Washington aug. 16.�?reduction of $790,330,000 in the annual tax Bill of the nation will result from the changes in the 1918 Revenue act embodied in the new administration tax Bill chairman Fordney of the ways and Means committee declared in a majority report filed today with the House. Washngton aug. 16th.�?the attitude of the democratic minority of the House toward the administration tax revision Bill was introduced late yesterday was to be determined late today at a party caucus. Decision to have the democrats on the ways and Means committee file a minority report on the measure was forecast by some. Washington aug. 15. The administration tax revision Bill Van Laid b fore the House of representative. To Day alter the Republican membership of that body in conference had changed it so As to make repeal of the excess profits tax and the income surtax in excess of 32 per Emit effective next january 1, instead of last january 1. This change on the basis of previous Treasury estimates would result in the corporations and individuals with Large incomes paying to the gov eminent in the m it Calendar year something like $2o<i,00q,0 0 More than they would have paid had the administration plan of making the repeals re t Roa c t i v a p r e v Ai 1 de. Total tax collections for this fiscal year under the Bill As wire estimated by some majority members of the ways and i teams committee at $350,000,000 As against approximately $500,000,000 planned by committee republicans and the total tax yield at about $3,200.000,. As a result of the can Yves made by the Republican conference majority committee members further amended the Bill before its presentation in the House so As to make the corporation income tax twelve and one half pm cent after next january 1. Ins read of 15 per cent As originally planned and the manufacturers tax on Cere Al be. I rages six cents a gallon instead of twelve cents. Under plans adopted by the party conference the Bill will be fasten up in the House wednesday. Two Days will be Given Over to general debate and i two Days to consideration of Amend ments under the five minute with amendments of committee Mem a Bers Given preference. Democratic members of the House plan to hold a caucus tomorrow alter noon to decide upon a course of action while the measure is under consideration. They also Are expected to do Termine whether democrats on tin ways and Means committee will Nice to pass finally upon the i but the is expected to be a Mere formality j tin Republican conference lasted several hours with Western irn minis i leading the Light to reject the plan for retroactive repeal of the excess profits j and higher income surtax rates which was agreed upon at the White j Blouse tax conferee e last tuesday i representative Frear of Wisconsin a member of the ways and Means com j Mittee was understood to Hare insisted that the House pass on the effective Date of the repeals but the con Terence finally adopted 96 to 97, a motion by representative Mann of 111 Innis that the repeal Date be next january 1. Continued on Page two trawler is washed ashore by associated press Halifax aug. 16. Trawler no. Fat. Which recently arrived Here firm Norfolk. Va., went ashore last night on the Hen and chickens Shoal Oil Point pleasant. Efforts of a tug to pull her off were resumed today. Be unlawful on City lakes Fairmont game Reserve petition goes through without opposition. Commissioner Avery at meeting. Fairmont aug. 15. Hon. Carlos Avery state game and fish superin tenth it was in the City today closing up arrangements for an addition to i the game preserves which includes All i the big lakes in the Chain at the head j of which is Lake George. The proposition was not opposed. Fifty seven of 60 property owners j affected by establishing the game i Refuge protecting Amber Hall Sise a ton and George lakes signed the be j tit on. The East line of the preserve will be j the state Road East of Fairmont and the Road running North and South West of the Fairmont lakes. The South line of the Refuge is the South Shore of Amber Lake and the North Boun Dary is the North Shore of last George. There was no opposition to the Refuge at a meeting at which or a Viry presided. A few property own is came to protest but when they Learned that their land was not in the affected area withdrew. When the refuse is established even the owners of land within the area will be prohibited from Hunting on the grounds except to shoot Black Birds crows rabbits and gophers. Transients will not be permitted on a lie grounds when armed and Are j liable to arrest. I Ope t y owners at the meeting were in Lic Nant that their farms were made the tramping grounds for Hunt j ors during the open season. A i have counted As Many As 75 Hunters blazing away like an army in j Battle format Ion Quot said one Farmer a and i am willing to give up Hunting if it will Only keep them from scaring and shooting Ray others said that the pleasure of Selt ing hundreds and thousands of ducks swimming peacefully about on Hie Fairmont lakes would compensate them for any shooting they might miss As a result of the Refuge. High freight still May be rates hinder cause of fire agriculturist in Minneapolis Bankers economists and Farmers Mother and five children trap hearing for r. W. Brewery Case sept. 1 by associated press Minneapolis aug. 16.�?state pro bit Ion director Jesse g. Steenson announced today that a hearing to determine whether the Render brew Ery of red Wing will be allowed to continue operation under its permit for the manufacture of Cereal beverages will be held at Hastings sept. 1 woman May help police solve mystery disappearance of woman leads police to believe she May be accomplice in murder of Rev. Patrick ides Lin. Bond Issue for Farmers Aid is discussed by associated Chicago aug 15.-$20,000,000 Bond Issue pay 5 per cent and press a proposed which will from which the Farmer will be loaned Money at c per cent for periods of from 10 to 35 years was discussed today by Bankers from 22 states representing 23 land Banks. The meeting was under the auspices of the american association of joint Stock land Banks. The association operating under the Federal farm i Tan act of 1916. Had failed to function for the past two years because of restrictions which eliminated the possibility of any Success under Low interest and Long term Loans. By associated press Sun Francisco aug. 15. Efforts of the police to solve the mystery of the. Death of Rev. Patrick Merlin c r tired today in the is Arch for doll Mason the woman William a. High Tower itinerant , declared Gaw him a clue by which he local d to Riestis grave. Hightower who is charged with murder rested today in the r d von my Urdl after Days of sir Nous cd a Mil nation by the authorities of a Mateo and in Francisco a it our s. A woman who had been ident fio by a san Francisco newspaper n a a answering the description of 1w by Mason disappeared today from an Oakland House who a she was known As Dorothy Fisher. Two men one of we on said he was a member of the san Francisco police i Force told her to a company them As she was under arrest. They de parted in an automobile according to the Landlady of the Rooming House Captain of detectives Duncan Mathe son of san Francisco denied that his j men had made the Oakland arrest. Workmen unearthed a number of 30-30 calibre shells on the Beach to Day near where the priests body was found. Landini then on the assume a lion to said that an accomplice to j the slaying of father Heslin also h Frlj been killed and buried in the Sands offered in behalf of sheriff Sheehan and citizens of Colma a Reward of j $1,000 for the recovery of the second body. Wants to Settle question of evacuation siberian matter to come up first before the opening of the far Eastern conference at Washington. By associated press Tokio aug. 16.�?the disposition of the japanes government to Settle the question of the evacuation of Siberia before the opening of the far Eastern conference at Washington gave a special interest to the Mission of Hajime Matuchima of the foreign office who recently went to Vlad Ivos Fok. It is understood that or. Matsushima. Who was formerly Consul general at Slabin is empowered to take up actively All questions pertaining to a working agreement with the government at Chita which would include As one of its provisions the withdrawal of the japanese army from Vladivostok and the adjacent country. In an interview in route or. Matsushima was quoted As saying that he question of evacuation As a result of the recent military and diplomatic conference at Tokio had now reached the stage of execution. England he said by her conclusion of a Cominer Elal agreement with the soviet govern men had set. A precedent in connection with negotiations with the Chita gov eminent by Japan. As for the evacuation of the japanese troops there had been much discus a Sion about conditions to be imposed upon Chita the fact was the f vac a Mon p re up poses that proper Steps Are taken for assuring the safety of Jap 1 anese nationals. The confirmation of special rights and indemnities for damages seemed to him secondary me added the recent decision to deter mire to study carefully the situation Belo �?~0 reach no a final decision. All soldiers on furlough Are recalled by associated press London aug. 16.�?All soldiers on leaves of absence in Ireland at Aldershot and Farnborough have been ordered by Telegraph to return to their regiments immediately. Belfast aug. 16 it is reported Here that the military authorities in Ireland have cancelled All leaves of absence for both officers and men and that All officers and men who Are away on holidays have been recalled. It is stated this step was taken merely As a precaution against Surprise and has no other significance. Customs men will question n. J. Residents by associated press Philadelphia aug. 16. Several residents of Camden n. J. Were to but questioned today by customs officials in an Effort to learn who financed the Schooner Thomaston a recent trip from the Bahamas upon which it is charged the vessel carried Liq nor seized in Camden several Days ago. The officials intimate that n Syndicate was behind the alleged smuggling plot. The Thomaston seized Here by i customs men last week was unable to get away yesterday because of in Yin libels for alleged violations of customs Laws. It was said those 11 Bels wore More than double the value of the Schooner. China to Send Large number of delegates Senate i. C. C. Refuse to Call i for testimony tarty one members will be in China a party to disarmament by associated Piess Washington aug. 16. The Senate interstate Commerce committee roused today to Call William g. Modoo former director general of railroads to give expert testimony on th1 a do Joist rations railway re funding Bill. The motion to Call or. Mcadoo was male by sen. Pittman Democrat of nov Ida my was Defeated 7 to 3 senates Pitt in. And Stanley dam Socrat of Kentucky and la Follette Republican of Wisconsin supported it. Mystery still unsolved by detectives meet in Washington. By associated press peking aug. 15.�?china�?Ts delegation at the conference on disarmament and far East questions to be hold in Washington late this autumn will bail e1reann holds first session today Eamon de Valera declares Irish Republican body Only government recognized by Irish. Ridicules British attitude on safety guarantees. By associated press Dublin aug. 16th.�?in opening the Dail Eireann at its first Public session Here today Eamon de Valera Republican Leader reiterated Ireland a claim for separation from great Britain and declared the Only government the peo pie recognized was the Dail Eireann. The Irish Republican body. To and his colleagues de Valera declared had adopted the principles Laid Down by Cardinal Mercier of Ebl Gium for Germany that external auth Only was unlawful. Ireland Fie said stood for the ideals enthroned in the american declaration of Independence. Or. De Valera provoked laughter by describing the British Altitude As that of a great nation demanding Guaran tees for its safety from a Small one when it should be a great nation guaranteeing safety to a Small state. The Cabinet or. De Valera declared did not think the British proposals were just. Or. Ltd Valera pointed to the virtually impossible Condil on surrounding negotiations with the British government for the position was that of a Man unarmed facing a Man Point ing a pistol. Tin y were people who wanted to negotiate to save their faces he said hut the sinn fein would not negotiate to save faces but to save if possible bloodshed and Lor right and principle. Belfast Ireland aug. I61i1.�?after a meeting of the fist r Cabinet which was Field today an official report was issued stating that the general situation was carefully reviewed and that there was absolutely no change in to sit Ion so far As Ulster was concerned. Fire Breaks out on Board steamship Tell Commerce commission that High rates on Grain cause for Western farm produce plight. By associated press Washington aug. 15 rankers economists and Farmers testifying to Day before the interstate Commerce commission attributed the present plight of Western agriculturists in a i arge measure to High freight rates on Grain products and Hay. The Testi Money was presented in a ease grow Jing out of complaint against present j rates by the Kansas Public utilities commission and joined in by 19 other state commissions and by various shippers and producers organizations the bearing is expected to be Oon Elud de Friday and arguments will begin immediately thereafter. F. W. Peck director of the Agricul-1 a ure Extension department of tin University of Minnesota said that the Farmer depend <1 upon his profit on labor and that Grain producers now were receiving but 15 cents an hour on the average for their labor. Any decrease in freight rates would he added directly to this 15 cents an hour he contend d. And would materially in crease the profit of the Farmers. A decrease in freight rates of two cents a Bushel would represent an increase of 22 per cent on this profit he said. J. R. Howard president of the american farm federation Bureau said that prices on Grain wore placed where the surplus accumulates usually in Liverpool and that this prime less commissions and the Cost of transport ing the Grain to the Points where the prices Are made was what the producer received. Therefore lie added any increase or decrease in freight rates was Felt directly by the Farmer. Com Mission Potter injected into the hearing several times the comparative Price received by the Farmers for his labor and that received by their employee and while or. Peck was testifying asked that the economise prepare for the commission a table comprising the two rates of pay. In reply to a question As to whether the farm or the Railroad Security holders or the Railroad employees suffered most under present conditions or. Howard cd pressed the opinion that the Farmers and the Security holders probably were both a hard a we must All share alike in the present readjustment and the Farmers taking less than a reasonable or. Howard said in Reoly to a question As to whether the railroads should to denied a reasonable Revenue. Both or. Howard and or. Peck pie sen Ted figures intended to show that the car it Al Cost of raising who it and Bay Vas greater than the Proe Tor which the commodities Are being sold. Detroit May be Center of smuggling by associated press Detroit. Mich., aug. 15. Federal officers this afternoon entered the Campaign intended to Stop transportation of Beer and whisky from Canada across the Detroit River into the unit i de states. Several government agents went to Corne a Detroit suburb said by state officials to be the Center of liquor smuggling activities and began an investigation. Roy c. Vanderstok state commissioner of Public safety arrived Here from Lansing today and took charge of the state forces combating the liquor flood. Quot adequate measures will be taken to halt Beer and liquor smuggling into. Michigan a Vandercook said. Mosquitoes Are descending in dense Cloud Ped in Home. One child is severely burned before rescued. Mother under arrest. By associated press Minneapolis aug. 1.th.�?fire, which is believed to have started from a still left operating in the k Tynen trapped mrs. T. Ruben and her five Young children in their Home Here Early today and did several thousand dollars Worth of damage to the budding. The Mother and four of the children made their Way unhurt to safety but a ten year old child was severely burned before she was rescued by a. B. Saks Foreman at a bakery nearby. She was taken to the general Hospital where her condition is said to be Crit Cal. Mrs. Ruben was placed under arrest by the police pending further investigation of the fire. Pol be investigating the fire reported that they found 200 Gallons of Moonshine and 400 Gallons of Mash in the Kitchen. France accepts disarmament invitation by associated press Paris aug. 16tn.�?official acceptance on the part of the French government of the invitation extended by president Harding to the conference on disarmament and far East questions was forwarded to Washington last night. Over five million Are out of work by associated press Washington aug. 1 est mates available at this time Shew that 5,735,000 persons Are out of employment in the United states. Secretary of labor Davis reported to the Senate today in response to a Resolution for figures. Head Teller of trusts company takes $75,000 by associated press Denver aug. 16.�?edwin a. Morse 32 years old head Teller in the International Trust co. Here is disappeared along with about $75,000 in currency it was announced today by John Evans president of the institution. Miss Mable Renford 22 years old filing clerk in the Bank is also missing. A big Belg May inherit Large sum of Money Hay oods first wife is said to have left a Large sum of Mcney. In by associated press London aug. 16th. Fire broke out the Hunters of the Steamer Saxon comprise 31 members. It will consists aboard which general Jan Smuts of a chief and four associate delegates Premier of South Africa is proceeding ten councillors and sixteen clerks a to Capetown hut was brought under cording to a tentative decision reach control the Steamer reported by w ire de by the Cabinet yesterday. Or. Philip k. C. Tyau at present councillor at the foreign office who will probably be the chief Secretary of the delegation will leave for the United states Early in september to make preliminary arrangements. It is generally regarded that the so Lection of or. A. W. Yen foreign minister As chief of the delegation would meet with approval in China due to the fact that he is not affiliated with any party and is familiar with foreign affairs. Selection of the personnel of less today. All passengers Are Wel gov. Small is charged with legion control by associated press Chicago aug. 16. Charging thu gov. Len Small through political by associated press Des Moines la., aug. 13.�?the disappearance of Ambrose j. Small from his Canadian Home is As much the delegation is said to be proven Dif i patronage and backing of state com a mystery As Ever so far As any clue ficut As three powerful parties Are Mander Mccauley had obtained so i developed in Des Moines is concern urging the qualifications of their can Ecret control of the american legion Day . And mrs. De de. He is not Here As announced by dilates. Several of which officials have in Illinois was made today by major of new Richland to private detectives nor is he believed been mentioned but their chief draw David Hannan announcing his can with to have been Here since his sudden Back lies their ignorance of a for Dudacy for state commander to Suc a disappearance in december 1919. Eign language. Joeed Mccauley. Ward Donovan rates stored Down and spent the Day i relatives in the City yesterday. I by associated press Chicago aug. 15.�? a plague of baby min i Ltd which have descended in Clouds on suburban towns surrounding Chicago recently has resulted in Many appeals to the health authorities j for Aid it w As a nuanced today. At Hinsdale it was reported citizens were appearing on the streets like roman victors carrying blameless torches to combat the pests. The torches Are made by attaching the top of a baking powder can to a Broom stick. The top of the can is tilled with kerosene into which the insects fall and Are drowned. So numerous Are the insects that a twists have complained that they have stopped their cars by filing into and plugging up the radiators of the machines and thus causing the engines to overheat. One Golf club recently placed an order for hundreds of Bird houses to be placed about its links in the Hope that the Birds would eat the Mosquito. I by associated press Chicago aug. 15.�?a hidden Romance in the life of a. D. Big Bud Haywood who feed to Russia several months ago to avoid serving a sentence of Twenty years in Leavenworth prison As a result of which the former Leader of the Industrial workers of the world May inherit a Large Fortune was revealed today by Charles f. Clyne District attorney. Haywood according to or. Clyne married Jane minor in California some thirty years ago. Later after two children were born he wus a Aid to have deserted her. Although he never obtained a divorce be my a de again and then became Load r of the a a wobbles a which i suited in id arrest and conviction with Oiw i. W. W. Officials of conspiracy to obstruct the United a faves War efforts. In the meantime or. 1 Dyne so i that he had been inform Haywood a first wife s father amassed a Fortune in Nevada and Arizona which went to his daughter at the time of is death. Recently it v. A a said the daughter died near Winnemucca nev., leaving no Wii under the Laws of Nevada one third of iter estate would go to her hot Bend. Or. Clyne said that he a m invent Igat my the Case with the idea of collecting an unpaid Fie a a a a against Haywood at the Lime of Hir n v i aft

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