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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 14, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota thursday february 14, 1924. Number 117call Vanderlip tomorrow Shaffer Tell of More Teapot dome dealings attitude. I done to think they were give a in Al a n a of the opinion Mcadoo to throw Sutro then related a conversation j with assistant Secretary Finney of j the Interior department in Waich he expressed the Hope to feet the attorney general would pass on the opinion. A letter to or. Fall from h. Foster Bain director of mines transmitting an opinion by or. Sutro against the Validity of the leasing j policy a put Chicago publisher is witness into the record today before senatorial inquisitors his Fate to hands of National meet did no to want to p i it Elk by. It a id that a none of us want or Debeny to get into a Roubos and pro. A a. ,. Po., to to everything in our pm wer Nav a a a a Quot i Quot it she to meet Washington. C., feb. 14.�?a National conference of Mcadoo supporters. Representatives of labor Farmers. A and other liberals a to consider the availability o the former Secretary of the Treasury As a candidate for the democratic presidential Nom. _ t make it easy for Nim a is interest personal or. Bains letter added that object Tlene had been raised and that he Ltd ii or via attorney also would Puggi it a formal opinion he of i 1>ttoxfto a Vano or lip battled from the attorney general in j j i Xiv to Tark stand accordance with what he understood i _ had been a an informal and verbal Bain then added that he a realized the objection to asking for such an attorney general Daugherty previously notified the committee no opinion wan rendered by him. Ret alls Schaffer Deal e. Finney assistant Secretary of the Interior testified before the Oil committee today that his recollection was that Secretary fall told him a to Hgt i p. Keb. 14.�? Aith. Frank a. Vander in v<4. Pc Cut when the Senate to Minniee resumed its investigation of the Teapot pome leases i morning Tho new York banker kept Cooling his Kim i on the Side lines. It had Bot. Oil cited that or. Vander lip none sensational charges in ruin notion Quot us the Sale of the Marion. Ohio mar formerly ounce by the late president Waif i Harding stirred the capital yesterday would be called. An Early witness today by after the hearing got under Vav. It was Annot mid that or. \ my clip would not he Given an Opportunity in testify until tomorrow. In Chicago february 22. House leaders ready for War on tax measure new farm Aid company Given ready support corporation can borrow ten times amount of capitalization from War finance funds ready at once Hoover Pecka res agric air Tirk most by rehabilitated to save balance of nation income tax rate Section will of Taren of tuesday according to pea is Short time Betone the Teapot dome Washington to. Feb. 14.�? up a i lease was announced that arrange the Revenue Hill was taken up by j mens had. Been made with Harry i Sinclair to give some land in the re a serve to John c. Shaffer the pub i usher. Or. Finney testified that the legality of the leases never even was referred to the Interior departments solicitors. He declared the distrusts. Or on. Feb. 14.�?John $ Iff Quot publisher of the Chicago eve in a St and a number of other papa was questioned by the Oil of no re today about a reputed Fra to him of a one eight interest a a a Pioneer Oil company a Standee us a a a for services rendered be tor Walsh. Democrat Mont a produced what he said was a of d of proceedings of directors of the f a scr company making such a Grant. Or Shaffer said he never heard of rho a drop endings. He did hold an of Ernst in the company How Evv he said. But had sold it. A a k a d what a a services he had rend ered. R a e witness replied he added that he had had land Teapot Dom. S said his payment from the Chicago 111., feb. 14�?up a oversubscription of the $,10,000,000 capital for the financial service corporation created a to assist in the emergency of the agricultural Northwest was reported to the organization meeting today by chairman John my a Hugh president of the mechanics and metals National Bank of new i York. T. Jaffray of Minneapolis pres Sterling to open his Campaign at Huron tomorrow Sioux Falls s. D., feb. 14�?senator Thomas Sterling will open his senatorial Campaign in the state with an address at Huron Friday night. Feb. 15. His schedule follows feb. In. Favour and Wessington Springs feb. 18, Letcher and Woonsocket feb. 19, Wessington Springs feb. 20. Mitchell feb. 21. Artesian and Howard feb. 22, Madison feb. 23, Oldham and Lake Preston. Canada wheat grows cheaper than american report avd figures seem to Bear Oft demands for increase of tariffs face value the House today for general debate Frant of he a Koo Una a was a Lect i after two months consideration in j Charm Ltd of a Board of the a a committee facing United let democratic. Corporation Headquarters will be is opposition to its income rates As the j table Shad in Minneapolis. Result of a party caucus yesterday Tbs in a corporation which will leaders of both parties have agreed to Clear the Way for speedy consideration of the measure. Chair a ions were conducted a in the manner than Green of the ways and Means of private tha get fall committee was authorized yesterday instructed him to formally deny that by the committee to bring up today for unanimous concent an agreement to end general debate at 4 p. In. Monday and begin consideration of the income tax rate Section tuesday thus bringing to a head the main fight on the measure. Ender the committees plan it will then be in order for the democrats to submit As an amendment their income tax proposals after which representative Frear of Wisconsin re leases had been signed a week after Teapot dome actually had been leased to Sinclair and that the real reason was the Secretary wanted no publicity until the Doheny California lease to had been consummated. Farmers accuse aged virginian of being Witch Ann Arbor. Mich. Feb. 15.�?de Hart Hubbard. Michigan s coloured track and Field Star. Hopes to hang $ nun paid that company by the 5 meld a a interests. I Cit they had interest t Pioneer people Felt we bad a in non interest in the Teapot a a tidings n Case the dome Ever was open to the he con re a they made the proposal to Civ to me. I gave up nothing. It was their idea a a it or to assistant Secretary Fin from Shaffer dated april 19. M. Was put into the record in it in p Blither said he had a a person Rte est in this deals and added a u. Rrt Arv fall had arranged with or s 1 r for some acreage for me a before the leter was read the w a testified he had no in or it c s Clair lease. A of of h s memory now was re a Deshod bed that Hack in 1917 e a d App cd for land on Teapot d been promised 200 by fall. Thought anyone could ask my it a it or opinion that r.ny-. A go to Secretary i All and d a share in the Sinclair lease Rev for it a he was asked. K so Shafter replied could distribute the interest a no is he saw fit a it Ink i if it was on the basis of t of a claim that he a made d on fall for some of the he replied. Rot at All. I made no deist to urged that i get it Rafer testified that secreted him in March. 112 i j company came out of the up a., new Mark in the running Broad jump this year. And Many there Are who believe the Cincinnati boy will turn the trick too. Last season his initial one with the wolverines Hubbard came within an Inch and a half of equalling the record of 25 feet 3 inches made by Ned Jourdin of Harvard a few seasons ago. Inability to hit the take off properly is Hubbard s chief fault. If he can overcome this failing he is almost certain to put Over a new record for this event. On one occasion Hubbard was credited with leaping some 25 feet 5 1-2 inches Only to have the jump disallowed because he Over stepped the leaping Hoard. Oddly enough the three greatest jumpers american colleges have seen of recent years have All be9n coloured boys. Besides Hubbard there were Gourdin and sol Butler. In Competition Hubbard had beaten j both of the other two. Obviously. Hubbard looms As America s Best olympic bet in the Broad jump. He should be heard from in a record breaking Way too. Make available immediately $109,-900.909 for farm Loans. Should he ready to operate next week or. Mchugh reported to More than too hankers and business men who attended the meeting. Oan borrow too million by virtue of its organization As a debenture institution the corporation will be eligible for Loans from the War finance corporation to an amount equal to ten times its capitalization. Members of the organization com of hitter told the hankers today How Ever that it was not anticipated that anything like the maximum Republican insurgent member of the sources of the corporation w Ould he committee May offer his revision j required to alleviate permanently the program As a substitute to the dem stringent credit situation in the wheat socratic Region. Or. Frear proposes to reduce the 2nd and new form Gide Normal rates 50 per cent and leave Secretary Hoover said the member the surtax tastes uncharged while the a of the committee should remember democrats seek to reduce the Normal rates to per cent and Cut the maximum surtax rate to 44 per cent. Both chairman Green and representative Garner ranking Democrat Washington d. C., feb. 14.�?tho Cost o producing hard Spring wheat in the United states last year ranged from 85 cents to $2.19 a Bushel while in Canada it ranged from 53 cents to $1.19 the Tariff commission found in its investigation in connection with the application for an increase in the wheat Tariff. The commission has prepared statistical tables As a result of its investigation in this country and Canada and has issued the information is there Sun h a thing As a billionaire to facilitate its hearing to be held face Here Are two of the richest Here feb. 18. The statistics it is men in the world. They look like pointed out Are tentative and subject twins. The upper one is John d to revision. I Rockefeller and the lower one in nine tables were presented the this pose happens to look like him. First giving by localities in Minne-t3ut he a no other than Henry Ford Sota. North Dakota South Dakota j by Nea servile1 and Montana and in Alberta Man Gigantic bread Trust gouging Public charge Basil Manley of Peoples legislative service files claim Vith Senate loot is million a Day bread now at 9 cents a pot no met eve it should re Only 5, he declares in approaching the problem before them that they should View it from the standpoint of Farmers and not As Bankers. The time had passed he said for sheer ruthlessness of eco on the ways and Means committee j Norn c a re us. For a he business have predicted that unless a hitch de Structure of the nation was interested or body lined by the committee the Revenue Bill May be disposed of by the House within two weeks. G. 0. P. House must be swept Hiram declares i t a the 8 tour d a i 11 ask hat s 3 Den a ro.5t1 r Johnson will come to state on february 19 pm Vav Sioux Falls. S. D., feb. 14�?sea-was coing to lec Teapot i tor Hiram Johnson candidate for the it a try f sincla5 Quot Republican presidential nomination mum is Mit chs wil1 prs it his views on agricultural was also Given by Oscar p�b3ms in a series of addresses in gunsel for the Standard Oil of California he told hat he had suggested to that a department of jus an he sought regarding the f the leases a a a a reply witness a was that it a wish of the Secretary of a no t done to think that he said the Secretary of x or considered it Unne Ces a a it the opinion of the Atter Walsh. Democrat Montana n g or. Sutro when the South Dakota next week it was announced last night by x. Way of Watertown his state publicity manager. Of revisions had been made in the itinerary to include several More speeches As follows Sioux Falls. February 19 Madison and Brookings. February 20 Clear Lake and Watertown. February 21 and probably Aberdeen in february n 0% final arrangements have not been completed for the Aberdeen address. Or. Way said. Hut he expects they would go through. Another City May \ a session began. He asked he included for an address on feb a witness Kne w of the a1-e issued by the Navy de or the construction of Oil inks at Pearl Harbor. Red or. Sutro. In it company hid a m Bink we made a formal Rumary 22. London statistics show that one j in three of the War widows receiving pensions have married again two out of every five men who in i Lilied during the War have received some form of pension. in the plan of procedure out it a was to assume the character of a chef Agency he continued and not. Merely an expedition to save tottering err badly damaged Hanks. Must bolster agr4 on i til re a we can have to permanent Prosperity until agriculture has fully recovered and is re established on a firm economic basis Secretary Hoover a a id. A agriculture need not Only Money but help and advice. There Are three times to Many Hanks in the territory involved hut fundamentally the corporation should he concerned with the re establishment of the the formation it of the corporation a it in done under a Section of a Resolution adopted at the presidents con Ference which pro Tod for creation of a $ 10,000.099 corporation to Aid agriculture in the Northwest. The meeting today was to Complete organization through working out such details a charter and by Law of the corporate nand methods of i operation and it also was expected to outline a plan of cooperation be teen the Treasury agriculture and Johnson opens Illinois campaigns Woith oust Denby ant Daugherty Toba ind Saskatchewan the total a Range of farms the area in hard Spring wheat the 1 923 production and acre yield and the average annual yield with the number of farm Cost records obtained in each to indicate the nature and scope of the Cost investigation. The a Emi ining tables were to a How the differences in Cost of production in certain representative localities in Canada and the United states. The commission has in process of tabulation 1,844 production Cost records obtained in 79 localities of which 89 records were from 3tf localities in the United states and 954 from 43 localities in Canada. Statistics made Public today presented costs for Only 28 localities. 16 in the United states and 12 in Canada. Citizens seek ways to bring Herrin peace Danville. Iii., feb. I 4 a a a the Republican party must a sweep its House and sweep it clean if it is to retain the Confidence of the electorate. Senator Hiram Johnson of California declared in an address Here in opening his Illinois Campaign i the address was the first in a three Day peaking tot. Of the Tate the. R Orn match Par int Quot and the. Head Paramount sue of the. Campaign the of the Warp Nance torpor at a we a a senator said. I. Quot an Issue of just cot jts. New vice corporation. Mon honesty in Public service. He i p suggested the removal from office of Secretary Denby and attorney general Daugherty declaring a a the Public service must be put above All suspicion whether that suspicion arises from criminal guilt or stupid a standing by the Secretary of the Navy now Means nothing less in effect than approval of what he did. Or a vacillation concerning it. The Senate and the president alike have j a expressed so far As acts can express Secretary rays immigration it no Confidence in the attorney Gen Rill would undo work of a Quot i a Washington meeting devoting virtually his entire speech j _ to Teapot Dom. Senator Johnson j Washington. C., feb. 14.�?up a stated developments clearly indicated that a reaction and Progress must taxpayers make Effort to Settle off to Ali Elk and relieve troops Hughes urges House to drop. Jap exclusion fight it out Arain in the Republican party in the coming presidential a the system which seeks to exploit Section of the immigration restriction measure pending in the House would operate to exclude japanese from the country and such exclusion would he a a inconsistent with treaty for individual gain what belong to of hons with Japan. Secret airy All must be challenged in no Uncer Hughes contends in a letter to chair Tain fashion. To must he broken and j than Johnson of the House i Migra driven from government. Selfish a committee made Public yester Teria ism again encroaches upon the i Day at the state department nation and this time in the hideous t am unable to perceive that the Guise not Only of appropriation hut of exclusion provision is necessary and Purchase of the Public Doma roust strongly urge upon you the of i advisability in the interests of our in a contortionist s feat ter National relations of eliminating it is almost impossible for a con Secretary Hughes said Gress to keep it nose on the Grindstone while keeping its ear to the ground Easton a express. Cotton k that the propos to furred to me by either the vice president of our with the usual request that it was my opinion that subscription Faker still at work f accepted would not j information reached the Republic Hathaway one Check he obtained valid contract. Can office last evening that the sub near there for a subscription to the make an investigation a eruption Faker at work in the Vicin j Republican was cashed by the stand a thorough investigation i qty of Mitchell is still working the Ard Oil company of Huron but pay cd Pablo of making and Ren i Rural routes and taking Cash from j ment at the mount Vernon Hank had Riften opinion to the vice Farmers for subscriptions for the re been stopped by the subscriber upon a f a he company who was. Miliran and other papers. I Findig that the Man was not repro publican and other papers. I Findig y to charge of the Purchase j mrs. Fred Cropsey. Living North of setting the Republican. Contract would not a i Mitchell telephoned the Republican sheriff Ferd Wingier has been no i it a do approve Var inc. That the Man called at titled of the Many a activities and will found. Any who know of his whereabouts Are asked to Telephone Sher Aad the formal opinion which red to his company under a. 1922. In which he the act of june 4, 1920, did the Secretary of the j Rev a Rye fuel Oil for anything last evening that the Man called at her Home yesterday and offered to sell her a Sioux City paper at half the regular rare. Upon being told Iff Wingier immediately. That she took the Republican he said he could sell her this paper also at 5 Oil. Exchange for any half rat vol the a name hem Quot . The opinion continued j and the Addry a general de h defeat the intent of Congo Esau Vavy. Mitchell. To others he has posing the act authorizing the Sec j offered to sell any paper in Sioux a a Fri to work the naval Oil reserves. Falls or Sioux City at half rate. Rho Navy department advised thie apparently is the a ame Man f 81 asked senator Walsh know they were advised of our who was working near mount Bertlon la amp to week under the name of h. H. Emerson us be Blank receipt the Man is offering to a Ell the Republican for two years. Sometimes for $5.00 and sometimes for $4.00. The Republican is making no Cut rates. It has two subscription solicitors working outside Mitchell and they have the regular printed subscription receipt books of the Republican. The Man Hathaway alias Marion iii., feb. 14.�?a Solute of he situation in Williamson county is Wing considered by Rummy it and influential citizens who adjourned Early today after an All night conference which was attended by major general Milton j. Foreman and Black state adjutant commanding National guards men on Dum in the county. When the county Board of supervisors meets tomorrow the citizens Are expected to present plans for establishing a stable nonpartisan government to assume control when the Trot is leave. General Foreman has urged such action be taken while the troops Are on duty. Quiet continues to prevail in Marion and Herrin the Only untoward event last night being two Calls from the Home of Samuel Stearns exalted Cyclops of the Williamson county Kun flux klan that suspicious persons were prowling around his residence in Marion. Details of guardsmen searched the premises twice but found nothing. A guard stationed at the Home last night was removed Early today. An Appeal to the Federal government to intervene to protect lives and property in the county has been made by or. James t. Black owner of the Herrin Hospital which was besieged by a crowd of men last Friday night. In a statement issued last night or Black a Aid bullets fired by the mob into the Hospital after h4 bad taken in John Layman Deputy a sheriff. Wounded in a fight in which Caesar Cagle Constable was killed endangered the lives of the patients broke windows and riddled doors. A total of 48 indictments were reported returned by the Williamson county grand jury yesterday. A it was rumoured that among per Mellon denies duplication in Federal Bonds Washington. a. Feb. 14.�?Secretary Mellon in a letter today to president Coolidge declared unfounded the charge of Charles b. Brewer department of Justice attorney. That there had beep Bond duplications in the but eau of a nor Ravin g. A the same time it was announced that major Wallard a. Kirby of the army Ergino or corps had been do fail so today to act As director of the Bureau succeeding Louis n. Hill whose resignation has been accepted. First of closed Banks in Montana opens doors today Lewistown. Mont. Feb. 14�?the first Flat Hank of Moore on of the first Fergus county Banks to close during the at few week resumed business be Ste Day. It is the first of the closed Hanks to reopen. Two Lewistown Banks. Recently closed Are expected to open soon. I Washington. A. Feb. a a a report charging nationwide prof i tee ring in bread and that creation of 1 a a coh Asal bread Trust in impending was submitted Friday by Ball m. I Manly director of the people legislative a a Rio a to senator to it a Follette of Wisconsin its chairman and a other progressive senators and repro the report which was outlined in an announcement by the organization recommended Congress orial action to a deflate bread Price and Check the growth of the bread million a Day is a air it nth an investigation of wheat and bread prices made at the request of he senator and representatives to whom the report was submitted showed it was a a that the american people Are paying a a million dollars a Day a too much for their bread the average retail Price of bread in the United states is nine cents a Pound whereas on the basis of present wheat prices it should he five cents the report a Aid. Adding tha bread made with american flour is now Selling in England at an average Price of four cents a Pound asserting Millers makers and retailer were a1 making a enormous profits Quot the report cited As an example fib general baking company described As on of the in largest wholesale baking corporations in the country. As a result of the profits made by to s company it was said. One Dollar invested in it common j Stock in 1916 is new Worth $309.�?� economic Law suspended alleged a retailers said to he supported by the wholesale Bakers either voluntarily or under threat of Boycott were declared to have suspended the Law of Supply and demand. Resulting in artificial bread Price in Many cities a an a Xam i pie of the effect of the condition the investigation was said to have shown that a bread costs 2 cents a Pound less in new Orleans and Houston. Texas far away from the wheat and flour milling states than in Chicago. Omaha and St. Paul. All in the heart of the wheat ome Tim ago was arrested and indicted on charges of malicious mischief and wilful destruction of property in connection with raids he made. War finance life extended by House a the japanese government has already brought the matter to the attention of the department of state and there is the deepest interest in of of indicted was 8. Glenn Young the attitude of Congress with respect a Aux Kjan dry re i Leader who to this subject. The letter added. Secretary Hughe called attention to the existing understanding Between the two governments under which Japan undertake to prevent immigration of labourers to the United states added that the japanese government a now regulates immigration to territory contiguous to the United states with the object of preventing the departure from Japan of persons i to Are Likely to obtain sur ref Titus entry into a this country to connection with his opposition to the japanese exclusion features of the Bill. Secretary Hughes said a the japanese Are sensitive people and unquestionably would regard such a legislative enactment a fixing a stigma upon them. I regret to be compelled to say that i believe a h legislative action would largely undo the work of the Washington conference on limitation of armaments which so greatly improved our i relation with a v until december 31 Washington. A feb. 14�?by a unanimous vote the House late yesterday passed a Senate Bill to extend until december 81 next., the Power of the War finance corporation to make Loans. The measure now goes to the president who recommended the legislation. Mora or Tom Germany trouble an Over Issue of mrk and an undertake of Bismarck a Colorado Spring Gazett. Fortunes fool by Rafael Sabatini author of scaramouche and Captain blood begins in the Republican today like All Sabatimo a salaries. Fortunes fool is a tale of action from the first Page of adventure of love making of vivid character painting and of breathless interest and suspense to the last line. Done to miss the opening chapter of this thrilling serial by the greatest historical novelist of today having begun it its Safe to say you wont miss an instalment till it ends. Democrats vote to Back Garner plan in House Washington d. Feb 14�?�? democrats of the House hound themselves last night by a party caucus vote to stand a a unit for the fax revision program proposed by representative Garner Democrat Texas As a substitute for the Mellon plan. The act Cut of the democrats Means that of the 435 members of the House vote on the income rates Section of the Bill. At least 296. Twelve less than a majority will he cast for the Garner plan providing for a of a to percent Cut in Normal taxes amp a maximum surtax rate of 44 per Cert applying to incomes of $92.99a and Over. Mrs. Harding and friends sought to buy Back the Star Columbus. Ohio. Feb. 14.�?minority stockholders of the Marion Star of which mrs. Harding is on offered to buy Hack the newspaper from Roy d. Moore and i Ouis to. Brush after the feet a of or. Harding at the Price for which it was purchased Hoke Doni then. Ohio manager of the Coolidge Campaign said Here today. Weather forecast Minnesota increasing cloudiness tonight becoming unsettled Friday colder. Tows mostly Cloudy tonight and for Lav. Becoming unsettled Friday not much change in temperature North and South Dakota no v probable tonight or Friday colder. To Al tempera turn maximum and minimum temperatures a recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a in. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum. 54. Minimum 27. At 8 a. In. Today. 2 weather and roads Tbs a bulletins Are flied to 30 a. In. Daily by the ass rated pre a Gravid Fork. Clear. 22 above roads Good. Minot Clear. 24 roads Good Winona Clear. 39 roads heavy. Mankato Cloudy. 34 roads fair. Mitchell Clear. 23 roads Muddy. Duluth Clear. 25 roads Slippery. Sioux Falls Clear 38 roads soft. Pierre Clear. 39 Road Good. Pargo Cloudy. 28 roads Good Aberdeen Cloudy. 25 roads fair. Watertown partly Cloudy. 34 roads Good. Huron Clear. 29 Road fair. St. Cloud Clear. 20 Road eo4l
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