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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 16, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages the evening Republican vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota thursday february 16, 1922 third edition number 118 sales tax for Bonus decided on by Harding president in letter says otherwise legislation should be postponed Only feasible method vets help keep Back thousands Mitchell Host of curious at Taylor funeral by oven Farmers fake telegrams Harding ask Federal position for negro pow would add no Dahdah is. Executive writes a will sell War properties by associated press i ceased wire Washington. D. Cd a feb. 16.�?president Harding informed engross today lie considered a general sales tax the Only feasible method of raising funds for a soldiers Bonus. The executive in a letter address cd chairman Fordney of the House j ways and Means committee and chairman Mccumber of the Senate i financial committee suggested that unless Congress saw fit enact a Sale tax passage of Bonus Legisla j inn. Should temporarily postponed. Will soil War l Roj it critics declaring that the government had under consideration the disposition of surplus War properties and other transactions which should bring j army. Great Relief a the Treasury Tho president said it would Wise let he legislation go Over if Congress did rot deem it advisable adopt the sales tax. I believe a the president wrote a Quot he american people will accept the Levy of a general sales tax meet the proposed Bonus payments and we should contribute thereby no added difficulties itch problems of readjustment. If Congress will not adopt such a plan it would be Wise let the legislation go Over until there is a situation which will justify the Large May Cut appropriations with neither Tux nor Bond proposal neither the tax nor Bond proposal for financing the soldiers Bonus receiving general support and both known he regarded with Disfavour by president Harding although Congress continued without official word from the executive Oil the subject Bouse leaders were giving close study today the possibility of providing the necessary funds by slashing some of Tho annual appropriation Bills. Although not prepared without careful study of the subject estimate How much Ltd a the Bonus expense might be financed from this direction it was indicated that the naval Bill and flu army Supply measure would be carefully examined determine what savings might be diverted for this purpose. Complicates matters the president s letter was regarded or neurally at the Capitol us leaving tin Bonus situation even More complicated than before. Senate and mouse sub committees wore meet late in the Day Reserve and consider the White House communication. When the sales tax was discussed in the sub committee s last week it was understood that senators were informed that Les Shan too republicans votes in the House could be mustered for a sales tax As a method of financing the adjusted compensation. Such a tax hat been considered by House leaders As a possibility but virtually bad been discs re cd. Two plans \ get a Casio la the president s letter addressed chairman Fordney of the House ways and Means committee said a in accordance with the Promise a Lade yourself and your associates Quot a the Senate and House committees. Charged with the responsibility of formulating proposed Bonus Legisla Ion. I have carefully looked into a he program of taxation which has been suggested. In addition thereto i have made inquiry into Tho feasibility of Issue i lug either Short time Treasury notes or Long time Bonds meet the Anan Cia obligations which the proposed legislation will impose. It is not pos Chile commend you either of the i ans suggested. Would distribute Burden Quot it contours be my Best judg rent that any compensation Legisla gathering probably largest of its kind Ever held in the entire state optimism is feature More than persons dive in spirit of Bood Fellowship at Corn Palace British i �3 it an in Nav Lac in ii i lev Chi crowds at i a i i a a. I Fri los tue fun Ejmi services Angeles Cathedral trying press their Way in toll Kar v military Salute w As fired Over his grave. The a i love you letter in in in a a a Urti. Amp c nth l Alv ii a Earl adv it a 3 j Josg i jul Jivu us it Ijac >9 a gtd in la c j it 3tri ii aka j u it in too no it <0>j Aav a i jct a "3cru g m i away in g j a / ukr. 1�, a a pc a 0>v j cd a tout. My l o g o a it ii 4t%\s Rutur Onia com. Aoi by re t., r a this is Lim love written in code and found among . 0 a fleets of William d. Taylor re turd Rcd movie Rector. Jux Mitchell gave the biggest party in its history wednesday evening Whin 6 i a it Farmers of Davison and sur rounding counties were entertained at dinner by four Hundred Mitchell men. It probably was the largest j party of its kind Ever gathered under one roof in the history of the state. The entire Cost of the Mammoth banquet which totalled $1,000, was i covered by personal subscript Ion 1 made by local business men. No part of the expense was paid by the appropriation made the chamber of Commerce from the City tax Levy. I he City scorn Palace auditorium was converted into a vast dining i Hall for the occasion and 1060 men were seated at one time at the tables which radiated in fan shape from the stage. Community Good Fellowship which was expressed in the very spirit of the gathering was voiced by j. W. Met Linton of Chicago the main speaker of the evening in an address in which lie advocated a spirit of optimism and told of the need of co operation Between people Iii every class of business. I Ach haul name card As the Farmers and business men gathered for the big dinner their hats were checked by a committee working under the direction of Arthur Bjodstrup. Ach Man was Given a Large tag on which his name was written. Below the name was a command a obey that impulse. Grab your neighbors hand and Teu him who you music by the Mitchell municipal band and the 147th Field artillery band. Tim hundreds of men took their places at the table in a grand March led by or. It. A. Hob president of the i a Ruber of Commerce j. K. Fox. Chairman of the City and country relations committee and the speakers. A few of tile places at the tables were not taken when the guests marched in. But practically everyplace was tilled before the evening was Over. A delegation of forty men by associated press in ased wire Philadelphia. Pa., feb. 16�?fake letters and telegrams sent president Harding form Pennsylvania today caused w. Harry Buker Secretary of the Republican state committee seek a Federal investigation. Or. Baker revealed today that fraudulent telegrams had been sent the president purporting endorse Tho candidacy of j. Overton negro Beati waiter at a West Philadelphia hotel for appointment As Register of the unite. States Treasury. The telegrams bore the names of mrs. George Wharton Pepper wife of senator Pepper mrs. John Wanamak a a Iii. Mrs. Baker and others. Baker said that none of Tho persons knew anything about the telegrams. Troops gather i at fort Bliss concentration of Cavm by division m a Klave St in f. Relation Mea lid feeling is tense Elpaso tex., feb. Ian i riling tense Iii Juarez today and at i a it ill Isis where re a Orts int pc cause emergency Mcew in taken get ready for a threatened rebel attack on Filar it. I Ive thousand american troop iut of been mobilized at for min protect the Elpaso. Texas feb. 16�?officers and enlisted men of the first cavalry division were concentrated at fort Bliss and last night for the first time in Many months no soldiers a re be seen on the streets of Elpaso. General r. L. Bowse division commander said no orders for the movement of troops had been receive from Washington or san an-1 ionic. He declined continent on the report that. The calling in of tin troops had any connection with conditions Iii Mexico. A by d f i he ii j Juul 13 3 my i a Are re by for Thoi ble Elpaso Texas feb. 16�?five thousand troops at fort Bliss were being held today for any emergency which might arise along tile bord i or. They were mobilized last night j when rumours were scat a red in Jaurez and Elpaso that three thousand men were assembling in the from Loomis arrived late because of Hills Stith of Juarez and that the train delay but were served when Juarez Garrison was expected they arrived. Representative were a turn Juarez military and present from Many other towns in civilians strongly denied each refile Vicinity of Mitchell. I port but admitted they Are aware too serve dinner that revolutionists Are trying re a Philo the men Sang South Dakota 1 Cruit 1.rn in Chihuahua. This i a facsimile of Tho Quot i love you a letter written Oil stationery of Mary Miles Minter movie Star and found among the effects of William i. Taylor murdered movie director. Below is a new picture of miss Minter. Naval seniors May be dropped Hoise committee Lens new plan i strength of american Navy Legal Point delays Madalynne a trial by associated press leased wire lob Angeles cal., feb. 16.�?a technical Legal argument was open today s session of the trial of mrs. Mad f Lynne Obenchain. Charged with the murder of j. Belton Kennedy. This argument was ordered made out of the presence of the jury by Sun in enacted at this time ought j Perior judge Sidney n. Reeve Irry with it the provisions for rats defense attorneys contended the g the needed revenues and i find acts of Burch co defendant subset unable suggest any com quent the commission of the Mur Washington d. C., feb. 16�?the House naval committee in trying discover some Way of reducing appropriations for the naval establishment next year is reported have agreed informally recommend thai the first class at Annapolis o be graduated in june be turned Back civil life without commissions in the Navy. Although members declined Dis cuss this proposal it is understood that such a recommendation probably will be made along with Tho further proposal that the number of men he admitted the Academy each year he reduced from five two for each member of Congress. Cid Ahie plan other than a general tier could not he admitted against till Secretary Denby proposed that Jue woman. reduction be Cut on a congressional i allotment from Jive three. There Are about 540 members of the first class All of whom naturally expected he sent sea. A committee Man. Urging that the entire class be dropped declared final decision on this question would be reached at the earliest possible time in order let the midshipmen know whether they could expect remain on the government pay Roll. Weather report sales Tat. Such a tax would distribute the of rewarding the sex service men i such a manner that it will be me by All the people whom they a red and does not commit the up verment imposition of class j a aves or the resumption of the Burfe pcs recently repealed the main j Anco of which an be justified on 0 by a great emergency. More it is fully realized How great is the difficulty Winch confronts the Congress in solving this difficult probate. I am the Strong sentiment j a a Congress is in favor of this addled compensation. T have spoken approvingly myself always with the reservation that the Bestowal shall a a a made when it May be done with j but such injury Tho country As will 1 111 i f y the benefits the cd service j r in themselves. It is not an agreeable thing suggest that action he postponed again. it frankly i do not find myself Fin a arable the piecemeal payment plan. Which is manifestly designed void embarrassment the Treasury j me Long drawn out payments will not Mold an effective helpfulness the a vice men. Military Rule at Nebraska City is ended by governor by associated it is leased wire Lincoln neb., feb. 16.�?military Rule at Nebraska City which was declared january is at Nebraska City restore Law and order during the recent packing House strike determinate this evening with a proclamation by governor Mckelvie recalling the National guard troops. And forecast South Dakota partly Cloudy Toa and Friday rising temperature ministration of affairs was restored of night Lalli fas and Outh portions local civil authorities. I Friday. Spinning Tho of Wise instalments have no serious problem in allotments of Public j and and Tho immediate issuance of Caid Itji insurance. The real diff j airy Fie in e payment of the Cash onus. Rather than provide that the j maximum Cash payments shall extend a yer a period of 2 1-2 years it would Quot a vastly better Bestowal if we could hit the Day when we May safely Onder take pay at once in full so oat the award May be turned if us by Vantage. We will run your want and Friday saturday and monday three Days for the Price of two if you pay for a want and for a two Day run in the Republican we will run it on saturday free. If you pay for one Issue we will run your want and in the saturday Issue for in a word. Bolide used tile Alf five kor Ami deciphered the code Jitter thus Quot i love you or i love you so. I had come flown because mama remarked that i always seemed feel rather Happy after having been out with you. h a i am. Camouflage. Furthermore i am feeling unusually Fine. I will see you later god love you As i tile signature was not divulged. Taylor a Cash gone robbery murder motive j songs in by professor l. It. Put-4 nato of Dakota Wesleyan. And heard i uric by Tho band the dinner wan served by a corps of too Mitchell men. Among the servers were mayor . X a Robb Bankers and ministers of the City and Mon from practically every profession. Continued on Page seven receiver for Union sought Cage festival at auditorium even children Are slain by Irish snipers casualties in Belfast already number 114�?More republicans arrested Collins Home again republics la Kad Sis hits s i isl i fit with \ it rang a mints ii Mac in London commander Ulster Hull Belfast Ireland feb. 16.�?the Day opened with the death of a a year old child who was struck by a Bullet while playing Iii the Street. A Workman proceed inf along a Ford Street in the rally arca was hot Doft. Youthful gunmen Beld Iii workers in the Low Market a strict and wounded one of them. The authorises have commandeered Ulster Hall the commodious St no turn on Bedford Street Ordinary used for concerts arum assemblages for Tho use of the troops now engaged in combating the disorders up in of clock this morning the casualties had reached a Iola of 111 with Tho deaths numbering �4. Seumas Monaghan local commandant of the Irish Republican army. And two other Republican officers. Patrick and Michael Murney have but in arrested at Newry by Ulster special constables. They were taken , where they were searched and afterwards were conveyed Tho Newry military Barracks Limiter heavy escort. On prisoner raid it is stated we an Automa in i a d was found in the Possession of Monaghan and seditious literature in the pockets of the two a limes. Subsequently John Mcdowell and Richard Doran were arrested by other special constables near the silent a hey Reservoir. The sour a of Belfast a water Supply. Five Young men arrested at 11 i 11 town Smith Down last Friday after the funeral of a Simi vein commandant will be tile at Rathfryland tomorrow one of them is charged wit ii carrying a Rifle and the others with unlawful assemblage. London Ling. Feb. 16.�? Michael Rollins return Dublin after Only twelve hours in London and bus Al Mission that he was not dissatisfied with the results of his conference with government officials Are taken i i 4r that the British evacuation of South Ireland will be resumed forthwith anti continue uninterruptedly. No troops have been moved from the South since monday except a a a a cavalry men who embarked at Dublin for Liverpool last night. Of with Tri Miliru a la he Tia several we the leased yesterday Only three have reached their Homes according latest dispatches from Belfast where there is in Relief in tension pending arrival of the others. Huron clash with and Mitchell of it Gayville tonight. Bic a fall f plans oppose. Partition plan Dublin Ireland. Feb. 16�?the situation in northeastern Ireland will College and Gayville be an important Issue at tin meet teams were j ing next tuesday of thard Fin is or Mitchell this annual convention of the gaelic Huron High school basketball scheduled arrive in afternoon for the big High school league of Ireland Tol do company would have affairs of rail shop labourers taken Oyah by associated i res in him wire Toledo. Ohio feb. 16�?appointment of it recover for the United brotherhood of maintain ence of Way employees and railway shop labourers is asked in a petition flied in Federal court Here by the Bacon Brothers company of Toledo it became known today. The petition asks that the receiver take Possession of All property of the brotherhood within the jurisdiction of this court including All Money on Deposit with the brotherhood of locomotive engineers cooperation National Hank of Cleveland. And that a temporary restraining order be issued enjoining e. Frank Grable. Individually and As College double header at the Corn Palace this evening. The first game Between the High school will be called at 7 30 p. In. Huron squint suffered a 36 20 defeat at the hands of the University of South Dakota wednesday evening. This was one of the first notice has been Given by Kevin o Sheil Legal Secretary of the provisional government of a series of resolutions pledging support Quot fellow citizens in the six counties areas Ami a ailing on the Public representatives in Taos counties formulate a policy which will defeat victories against Huron this year As the movement for partition. Gil securities of dead film director also missing i Quot Olick discover by Atolia Ted press Lvi Mii wire los Angeles cli., feb. 16�?Oil Stock mid Money believed have constituted part of the estate of William Desmond Taylor murdered film director Are missing according Charles a. Jones investigator for the District attorney. Jones made this statement after checking up Taylor a personal papers and belong Ings and then conferring with miss president of the brotherhood Ami an r. M. Berger an income tax expert other officers from with whom Taylor is said have j transferring assigning discussed his 1921 income tax re i in an it it the funds of the brother port a Short time before he was i Hood on Deposit. Slain. From this it was Learned Accord their team is leading the Dakota conference. The Huron line up for this evening is expected include Laughlin at Center Schroeder and Newton at Forward and Bloodgood and Smith guards. Of Chicago police Are on Lookout for head of swindlers gang withdrawing or in Cutner Chicago ilk Fob. 16.�?poiiee were awaiting word from Palm Reah Fla today in their search for Leslie har the application is an amendment ring ton. Missing Imad of on of three and a supplement an original Bill i concerns Here said have defrauded. J ,.0nu>laint in which damage for foreign born citizens of millions of ing Jones that Laylor was pre i complaint in Mui pared pay a tax on Neou Ritie breach of contract is asked by the dollars and bloody which have not been j Hacon Rothera Toni pan. Regarding the Boundary commission provided for under the Artigl Iris i try Aly one re solution Quot Calls upon those responsible for its Init it Tion never consent till exclusion of any considerable body of nationalists and Accuro Al necessary safeguards for tile dissenting minority who May happen be in the temporarily excluded czechs May be made guardians allies Ink Fly Miki new Repi blk r is Pon sible for peace i n i Stria rated. Further investigation into the murder was planned for today. Thomas Lee Woolwine District attorney stated witnesses would not. However. Be summoned i office but would be questioned at their Homes by his agents. It was believed the publicity attending their visits his office frightened persons into keeping themselves what might prove valuable clues. Farmers Are ground Between business and a woman said by the police be i Harrington a wife was located in j Palm Beach and Federal authorities think Harrington is on the Way there i join her. Labor Senate told Bavm Dolbow Washington d. S., i it a. 15�?de caration that the Farmers must be lifted out of their condition or the a a i country a entire business life be officials Frank in drawn into a Gigantic sink How was admitting their defect made before the Senate agricultural i of Angeles. Cab feb. 16�?de committee yesterday by Frank w. Tec Tives investigating the slaying of i Mish. A member of the Maryland William Desmond Taylor motion j state Senate. Picture director today continued in j Farmers were declared by or. Ter viewing persons thought have Mish be Between two Mill atones information possibly bearing upon organized labor fixing prices on one the Case but without definite result Anuj organized business fixing Indianapolis. Ind., feb. 16�?albert j Reverdie. Formally announced by associated press Lica cd wire London eng., feb. 16.�?the designation of Czechoslovakia As a a guardian of Austria is declared in diplomatic circles la under consideration by the allies and will be a no it of the matters for discussion Betws in or. Edward Benes the it a a a who Premier and foreign minister and the British government during the visit Here this week of or. Benes. As reported the scheme would make candidacy for the Republican Nom j Czecho Slovakia a sort of overlord of nation for United states senator of Indiana today. District attorney Woolwine announced late today. None of the persons questioned was brought the District attorneys office. A speaking Frank y Quot he added a we Are no nearer a solution than we were the Day after the Cheki yet Una it a sold through the publican wan ads. Sau Driy free xviii two it la or i a them on the other Quot and we Are being ground pieces Between Quot the f witness told the committee that unless the government would go the Rescue of the agricultural producers there seemed be Only on alter native the organization of a Gigantic Farmers Union. Five Dietho hebrew is cause police say by associated prows i based wire Ridgefield n. J., feb. 16�?five j Persona Tiave died from drinking poisonous liquor Here in the last file Days. Before John Best alleged seller of the liquor could be found. He too had died from alcoholic Poi j i Honing. A i yesterday net press run of the evening Republican was 5,985 watch it grow Austria standing As the Jarter s first Friend and securing a preferential position in a political Anil commercial sense. In support of the statement that this action la be taken recent developments Are cited among them the Czecho Slovakia s note Austria. Great Britain a project gtd loan the signature of Curcho austrian treaties at la a arid some conventions Between the two countries As yet unpublished. In fid i on of the conventions it is said the czechs would be Liberty mud troops into Austria maintain order in event of internal disturb. Banjos. It is pointed out that if Czecho Slovakia is appointed Quot guardian she thereby would get Protection for her loan and also would a a responsible for any further Loans by the Ulics Austria. Mcinnis indians Boston mass. Feb. 16�?johi a a Stuffy my in is first baseman a agreed his Transfer from the bos a ton americans Cleveland and expects go South with the indians i not week
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