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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 5, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota wednesday March 5, 1924. Number 133coolidge starts woks sir so six pm tip into is a doing Welt i reshape House turn Light on tax scandals whispered enormous exempt hems Are granted big tax payers clause for publicity Poi a i Xiv Bill contains pro is a in Opi Ning Riti uns to 1 Maui thus of ingress it Harles p. Stuart \ la \ sorrier writer Etton i. I. March 5.�?ro- it is through with Oil in \ inquiry probably will he a i Bla St. Noceti Gatio has dealt with a of National riches Only in tile Oil we still in the Tim income tax probe will extent to which individuals it n robbed of Money already Newton a j., mar. Hana today reported the birth of 19 Pound boy to or. And or. A Lenion of Ogden Aberg near Here. Mother and child a were reported As doing Well. Say Daugherty i failed to act against trusts sen at probes want to know a Boit 50 cases Given him by commission tax measure Coolidge blocks Oil committee Independence of probes mystery the Philippines of a a principal $28,000 Hereford Bull sold with Pinnard Herd admitted Wisconsin Leader president tells filipinos he holds the whip hand in opposes separation at the Senate this time strange telegrams to Mclean refer to unknown As Power in Oil inquiry dooms Mellon rates Gen. Wood endorsed i counsel an a Oil Many str Egger of Repp Bic is president rays Kaim re to it my be to present increase in the surtax it rates appreciate his Rule shows Peoples incapacity alleged that attorney to so e Standard leases represents Standard Bank i Washington. D. C., mar. 5.�?a care i fill canvass of the Senate situation 1 today pointed strongly to the conclusion the new tax Law will not be a1 Bill that tax publicity has t the Congress that Oil Public Noo Ais thought Oil Public Only the republicans e for it. When they found ii Emse Ives involved too it tic for Quot hem to Back out. I hit ans and democrats Are noome tax publicity in and is too a to be a grossly my. I a thine it s whispered that exemptions have been i big taxpayers exemptions re my to be very hard to sex Ever they have to be sex i at the total amount of nip ions run up into the of millions. Gue so necessarily be he Treasury a secrecy Rule. A put something across in if an income tax return the Treasury officials to to you done to a to worry unpleasant publicity be a a fret by Law. Rotary Rule likewise stands in of a congressional in i the very fact that the Washington to cd. Mar. 5.�? the special Jae Nare committee a ported to investigate attorney general Daugherty today called into private conference John w. To. A Nim. In charge of the veterans Bureau grand jury proceedings at Chicago. Or. Trim s advice was sought As to procedure toward securing information from the department of Justice and elsewhere. Committee members want information about the two House members said to have taken Money for securing pardons. This evidence was developed before the grand jury at Chicago. It was suggested that or. Crim might he in a position to throw some Light on the reason for or. Daugherty s appearance before the Chicago grand jury just before it reported. Washington. D. Mar. 5 a up Flam for the investigation attorney general Daugherty have advanced sufficiently special committee elected for the purpose both Senate will take up first the charges of failure to press anti Trust Law cases transmitted to the department of a Trade commission the anti Trust Law cases which climber about fifty a re emphasized Washington d. C., mar. 5.�?president Coolidge informed the Philip Pine Independence Mission today that in his or Rinion the time has not yet come for separation of the Philippines Terry substantially from the Hill that i Una two s atm passed the House. J to a letter to Manuel Roxas. Ealr the Hope entertained by some that Man of the Mission the president a1 the Senate might turn around and and \ declared that the United state a a. Government a has full Confidence in opt the Monon program and thus Fairns a Force a further Compromise with the and sincerity of governor general House is faint and largely vain. Wood. There is More Chance of the Senate in present state of world re ultimately raising the surtax rate the letter said. A the am i Erica government owes an obligation to continue extending a protecting 1 Arm to the people of these or. Coolidge a letter was written in reply to resolutions passed by the than cutting them below the 97 1-2 per cent agreed to As a Compromise in the House. The democrats As now planned. A will not have a party caucus and to Bir d the or senators to a Island legislature asking for ind Epen for a democratic plan m i1 door and attacking general will attempt to rally All democrats i for one surtax figure probably 44 to have weight in House consideration per cent. The g. O. P. Strategy . D. C., mar 5.�?�?ot think the a principal referred to Here is the president a senator Heflin Democrat Alabama declared a Day in the Senate in discussing the Telegram which Ira k. Bennett sent from Washington to Palm Beach last january 2 9. To his message Bennett who is an editorial writer on the Washington Post. Informed his employer. E. B. Mclean. That he had seen the a a principal who had assured him Here would he a no rocking of the boat and no resignation a Wessington Springs. S. To Max. It a the Pinnard Herd of 134 Hereford cattle considered one of the largest in this country has been sold to Stoll Brothers bleeders of i it Ake Byron Beadle county. The Sale carries with it the Bull Baron Fairfax for which or. Pinnard a d $28,000 when it was a Claf. The Price paid for the Pinnard Herd has not been announced. Coolidge again sees Borah on Daugherty Case president puts grand jury on latest charges directs sweeping investigation into disclosures opened at Chicago Congress is involved not Only bribery of represent it Ven by t other mis con Dit t is to re Rin Down Wood. Expected of a Bill providing for Independence Washington d. C., mar. 5�?<jp a while the Oil committee was obtaining More important information in a private examination of telegrams today. Opposition developed to the confirmation of Samuel Knight of san this measure comm covery 0f California Oil lands from the members say was Brough in Mere v Standard Oil company of California. To place the question before the. Francisco to be special government re a a Thlu and Quot &Quot"5 r a Ned or the insular Ltd Quot Quot it Oouns-1 in the litigation for the the strategy of to r ? us aft Mittee this measure. Comm 1a f.,. A a will be to try to Start the fight with the Mellon program of a 25 per cent maximum surtax rate. They. However have no Hopes of putting Over this plan. But will use it for trading purposes. Their real purpose is to try and hold the 37 per rent figure Abington p. Mar. 5.�? president Coolidge conferred again today with senator Horah of Ydalio who is one of the he in Allcan senators most actin Iii urging that attorney general Daughetry lie Reid cited front the Nahi net. The visit led to renewed reports thai or. Coolidge might be considering a formal demand upon or. Daugherty for his Nesig nation. White it Misc officials declined to make peed lotions hut they reiterated that no such demand Hail been made. They also denied report thai the Post of attorney general had Bren offered to anyone House Ftp a of for diseusi9on. Endorses Wood s rcom re a the Gye rement of the United states a the president wrote a would "11jt. A a hint the not feel that it had performed its full to indicate Tomt the i passed it it i it. Duty by the filipino people or Dis in to so. But Are not certain. A can do so. But Are n Tho Senate finance committee will Start work thursday morning on the Bill. There will be no Public hearings. Senator Wolfch of Montana prosecutor of the Oil inquiry announce that he had been a reliably informed that or. Knight is counsel for the equitable Trust company of new York which is a Rockefeller Bank. According to this information. Senator Walsh said or. Knight now is engaged in litigation for that Bank in for National in California he add a that if the Story i proved Correct it would be a Bani for a in Uspicio transact in the impeachment proce dings it proves that somebody against or. Daugherty about a Yar thrill and the Nalty Aire. And senator Wheeler Democrat heavy Fin and a prison Montana prime mover in the inquiry 1 is a dealing with them. Preparatory to the exp cd opening of the inquiry next w k. Or. Wheeler who has been signed the task of determining pro Dur als has decided in his unofficial Rol of a a prosecutor to employ an attorney to assist him As Law clerk. The convinced continued Why congressman lamer of Wisconsin fixed the Bill to make All income tax Public to everybody a res court proceedings or real transfers or marriages births old guard in the House of Tati veg dido t Dar to kill i Stone dead they Amend Init publicity to two or a go a Ess on a1 committees. Nor committees Paw Over records a they please it for just what they 1 Ole a i a her or Bill vet aug in a a re have t Isnit Dane w the the unlimited i get Back Ini be a Epa Rae nog As income tax i proceedings a veiled much of an i Vestiga possible and the demand vital disputed Point. Most of the passes to he heard will he Treasury who a experts. Strangely both Republican and democratic leaders predict Confidence the debate will More than a month they believe the Bill. Embling papers and complaints considerably before May i. J a it i. Defern and to sustain him and i Follette has whip hand i its purpose will he to encourage ii broadest and most intelligent Cooper til Sippar it off it of not i million dollars actuaries sax the Bouse Bill might create probably. P a. A will not be made up by income tax in i look no a the w Wraase but from other tax source fairly and impartial Fitt ail the Democrat will insist the but feel thai if tie filipino people i Treasury figures a tool Wand that. Cannot cooperate in the Lipport and i there is no deficit in sight. The obvious political aspect of Tho is ration 1 tax situation in the Senate is that in a tor Lafollett of Wisconsin. Insure it Leader holds the whip hand More securely than d d the insurgent bloc in the hous. As yet he a not indicated which Sid a will to n. The i party with which he does work will reshape the tax Bill. Or. Knight Ivas selected by Prest Farmers Union Woi old charged All of its obligations to civilization. If it should yield at this t a to your aspirations Justice by the fed an<1 h some the government is convinced the i opposing confirmation by the Senate.1 Iory a Saint most of the wit president said that general Wood. Attacked in the Resolution the philippine legislative bodies i with had intended a to act and has acted not run within the scope of his proper and at the outside. I constitutional will be passed organize to keep Corn off the Market apr ice in it \ nos of com a Mittee of fifty situation cannot i 200 delegates for Coolidge during March Sotira i to govern As Good an admin a has been afforded under Genera Wood their fail or will he rather a testimony of unpreparedness flt rth full obligations of citizenship than an evidence of patriotic preparedness to Advance their Dent Coolidge to bring action under1 a i Resolution offered by senator Walsh and unanimously adopted by both the a a a House and Senate. Senator Walsh was Kankakee. 111., mar. 5.�? a3 a not consulted Iii the selection. 4 committee of Al Ftp will control foregoing its usual Public hearing the Price of or in in America of to examine Telegraph record sent her for National Farmer a Union a Oil from Palm Beach the Oil committee Nuh pan Olaf a a Rrt Herr today found further Refe Iem <0 today at the convention of Corn a a principal mentioned in on of the of Farnier he pail r Xai Hof Mclean telegrams previously read in of farm from to ? if re. Or. Illinois. Indiana. Iowa and Man som committee men a a Aid the re she a the a of possible a nto we in the a,.rtton�? ant High importing -. Ivory Effort la h Lrtil it Ltd mrs i a a a Aryl no inn made to establish the identity of the Quot it amandine t of porn dec a a principal of in p11-1 h Repiso Nahle ire e. Bennett an editorial writer Talbor and other speakers deep Tho Washington Post was the a a red the Farmers must return to Thor of one of the a a principal Mes their own communities and pledge a is vent from Washingion Jan. 29 enough Corn Farmers to withhold next to Edward b. Mclean publisher of season crop from the Market to a Fth i to to. The committee has inform sure the National Union Power to Tion that the reference was not to control the pric Farmers will accept. Washington. P. ?T., mar. a a not Only the charges against two Mcm Hirv of Congress hut Cid Cnoc relating to other suggestions of wrong doing by of in Washington As Well will lie Laid before a Federal grand jury Here immediately. White House officials said Folia y that All phases of evidence added men to v by the Chicago fury and not passed on fiery because of Lark of jurisdiction would he gone into by the grand jury Here. Tile subjects expected to come under inquiry involve charges that one or More High officials used official information for part non of speculation that liquor permits were wrongly pro Eurard through use of Money arid that official government files were turned Over to persons not entitled to them. For the present no official will discuss details of these charges nor dildos in what direction the inquiry May Lead. The development has created a stir in official Cirri however second Only to that which followed the Oil disclosures. President Coolidge announced last night that the charges against the two members of the House involving put acceptance of Money in connection it econ in very Urgino Williamson in attack upon Ford offer this to Prosper t of or Fri Dent in primaries Anh t on mentions of month rat to Dakota congressman or would give away Proberta of Ai ii ire people nne a pub Jean Bureau. A he building a so Nifon. P c. Mar. 5. It Jorge in. Authier or to ? pc w. I Lia me on of Olith i a by attack tip a a 1 off of muscle it �?o-.1 a if on the dons Williamson said a5., giving away to belong to ail the on attempt to constitute pub c guardian under r a of a Public Benefactor. The r a a lets that of Doit r which has in a1 to a High inter-1 nation. Weather forecast rehab la fair on get and a tie change in tempera r a generally fair Lay. A it opt Sony tonight s Perior colder tonight no of Ort on. A Koto to generally fair to a thursday colder tonight. Dots generally fair to i thursday no decided so r a denature. Micral tem pc rat no i d minimum tempera-7 a its erd a to 7 a. S a card a by the official Quot a thermometer Washington d. Mar 3 a i by Robert Barry in dispatch to Phila-1 a phia Public to it Der a primaries and conventions in Nln states Are pro a to Roll up an impressive total i of instructed delegates for president Coolidge during March the Prospect was said today to a excellent for the president to have More than 290 votes for the Cleveland convention bagged a for the Clos of the month platen to ram t r delegates during the month a March 4�?tows. 29 Dot a to a chosen by con a Ion instructed for Coolidge it a March <5. 7�?Minnesota 7 dle a at a to a co san by convention. March 11�?nw Hamn Shir. Old Gates to Hel dec i a a vat wide primary. March Llu Kar a 24 to a p oked by a convention in March 12�?colorado 15 a Gates he be selected by a convention. March 1$ a North Dakov a 19 do Ega to be cd for a stat wide primaries March mud Gnu a Dako a 13 delegates tog it cd r t a primary. Mar h a Idaho ii a Gas to a selected at a Sta convention. March 25�?mississippi. 12 delegates i could by to to be aimed by a convention. A truck i a in Glenla and South Carolina already t 8 1 held the ii conventions and instructed a heir delegates for the president. Those Stafeil have fifty four votes among them. Veterans ask Bill providing Cash Bonus urge settlement to be of a de in this Way instead Oery insurance few bad spots found in s. D. By farm body agricultural sit Eli it i or portion states condition Tyron glad retorted minnea pol mar. Up it i attorney general Dougherty As he inn himself in Florida at that Tim. The Bennett message said there i would be a no Row Ling of fac boat a and no resignations a and added that the i a a principal was expecting a reaction from a political attack?.�?� i on Nocton denied new York City mar. 6.�?alvin a i Krech chairman of the equitable Trust company of new a of a today denied that Samuel Knight was coun 1 eel for the company or that lie was i involved in any Liaiga Ion involving Standard Oil companies through the 1 Bank. I later admits employment new a Ork City mar. 5.�?alvin w. J i Krech. Chalern an of the let suitable after the four a Orga n sized. Fifty District or Mer will a Ereat d. And from a a District an Active Farmer will a 1cfd in the to to Stica commit Lee which will deter min be production Cost and announce the country wid minimum. J Corn pric Farmer Wil demand. Washing in. P. mar. No it ave final organization of the $ in t Trust company of new York. Admit fold Holder Bonus plan provid a agr Feu a Ifa Credi corporation to re 1 id today that Samuel knights n lug options of full Cash payments a eve economic distress in the North Francisco attorney w it a appoint or paid up insurance was proposed a a a a Ltd co of completed today with Mentton the House ways and Means appointment of de. Schulen re n re Mittee today by a committee of vet arh and of the corporation s work in ran a representing House democrats. Afo Tana. Eight millions in liquor off Eastern coast fire a government counsel in the ligation was reported under Wash it ton we engaged in some of the Bank life gation in Ali represent Tiv Jeffers. A mfr to Hul a Bergha been the forma. First past chairman of the democratic commit mfr Mana apr Estava who presented the plan Argo i National Hank St Paul that the government owed form a Nur year service men adjusted compels a on Gra Gaard a divisional Chi which should a offered in the Coin 1 far North Dakota b be for i of the South Dakota. And r s. Hume. For full Cash payments would Eli Niin Minnesota. The corporation also an and atm tray Ive difficulties and. I Are Cost involved in other Bonus programs a said. And would enable the government to Setti the whole ques a Tion in a year. If All veterans elected to take the Cash payments or. Jeffers said it would car $1 319 599.990 which by a Bond is a. He favored compensation for army officers up to the rank of Captain. Pounced that the South Dakota meeting to consider a of Inacia situation in that Star will be held saturday at Huron following a similar meeting Chou de for Bismar k. N. D Friday the situation in South Dakota or Stile Caid today a cur Era no examination a ordained fewer bad spot a than generally a vented reports have or Dica Edth chief Relief efforts of the Cor Allied control of Germany is demilitarized Council of ambassadors accepts proposal of Ade by Palaie minister mar Don Ald new City. Mar. Brit ish steam yacht. T? of the rum of a a a a re appeared off rum Row 12 Miles o r with 29 other Vepe la Rad for the Spring Trad coat guar Cutter command a a reported today. The estimated the 21 rhfp1 carried i it 9 non a up of liquor we the a $59 a Ca o b rum re an aggregate of $3 999 finn. Cabinet Job to Uco germ an trea to signed Vondon. England. Mar. treaty of Friendship Between Germany and Turkey was signed up Day. Says an Agency dispatch from constantinople. This was forecast n a constant Cam payments would go Only a to nope message monday those not entitled to More than $59. The same bans of figures adjust e i oration will by devoted to North and compensation used in the Bill passed South Dakota and Montana. A p. Last session $1 a Dav of Boms re Kemp. President of the corporation ice and $1.25 a Dav for overseas sri Saj today declaring that diversified in would be applied in the plan and Arr Jpn improved fhe position of payments would be climbed to Lan fhe Minnesota Farmer to it Uch an exit a Home service and $825 for overseas service. Under the Mckenzie Bill. Now before the committee which is similar to Quot hat vetoed by president Harding. To. A a in. 2 weather and roads so bulletins arc flied at 1 30 a. M daily Hrth eos rated pros Fork Clear 22 above roads i c a 2� roads heavy. A to Clear. 39 Road fair. F1 is Cler 27 roads poor car. 2ft roads Good men Clear. 1ft re add fair. Ltd Clear. 2ft. Roads bad. Nud Cloudy. 25 roads fair n Cloudy 2ft Road Good a a own a a Quot a. 27 roads Good Clear 24 Roods a 1 r. A b to Tiv baby Chicks and Turkey Toms a g you can find Good offers in All kinds of Jagt Liry and hatching eggs in the poultry and egg Section of the want ads. Now is the time to read and use poultry want ads. The Cost is Only 2 cents a word saturday free with every 2 to 5 insertions. Tent that Only a minor portion of the corporations work will be devoted to this state president gets final report on wheat Tariff Kab Cave is expected soon to proclaim an increase in the duty tar franc mar. 5�?�?th de my he Arizti a of the Allied Mil a i a Ary control Mission in Germany a practically decided upon by the Alii cd Council of ambassador today. At a it inn attended by marshal Foueti and with the United states represent 5 de by Sheldon Whitehouse counsel Lor of Tho pm Basov the ambassadors a Ivd a favourable from the i inter Allied military committee a to i in the suggestion made by prime min ister a Donald of great Britain that i the present military Mission he i a mately Suci needed by the Allied com i Mittee on Guara rite cons durable significance is Araeh a to this decision apart from it i bearing upon the relations Between the allies and Germany. It in the first suggestion of the new British la Bor Cabinet to be a Rcpt a and act de upon by the Allied body. The decision Means that the control Ca Germany it in Arv preparation will be exer i Stead of by army the intention is no i Centro de by civilians in Washington. D. C., Molt. 6.�?the Tariff commission today delivered to. President Coolidge a ref Ort on its a. to wheat inquiry and the president is expected soon to proclaim an increase in the present duties on wheat and wheat products. It a been indicated that the commission s findings warranted such an increase but chairman Marvin and other members of the commission declined Fod Scudo any Panee us ult a Cert officers although by any mean.? to radio Kou Patil u Anil with the Las of Federal prisoner would a thoroughly love to Gat a by a grand jury. Prior to that the Senate Veteran committee bad he two sessions to consider the charge and a Resolution for an investigation had been introduced n the Hou. Crim opposes House Prohor John w. Of. A rim who was in charge of the re Imago investigation. A conferred with Mph a of both Senate and Hou. But a a declined to furn Lah them the name of those involved or any details taking the position that the evidence require further development Eforo any of it can a divulged or. Prim also reported the facts to to Whit House leaving to president no Idee the decision As to what action should Hak a today an Nodine int was interpreted a an indication that the executive was prepared to demand a Complete Rifting of the evident regardless of who might be involved the investigation Resolution introduced yesterday in the Hon by democratic Leader Garrett was referred to the Rule committee hut. Chairman in a said today that no action would a Taler on it for the be nth reached this decision after a conference with or Crim. J who told Tim no information could i be furnished a congressional committee. Without embarrassing the Justley department in its presentation of Tho i Ca to a go and Jure. On Trail of on Gressmen the charge that two member of i Congress have acc pm Mon Var i proper be submitted with outdo a a to a grand jury Bere Fop love to Gat on i is known that the two in mentioned in the cd Capo jury report a member of the House and i a understood that the charge have ii i do with applications for Pardon and paroles. But their a Mes have not beep regaled it a disc used be Gerdav. However that a torn a Genera Daugherty while in Chicago Law week submitted i Rincy try the grand jury relating to the a a Chi Ville John to h. A trim. Gov in in in counsel in the a Teran a Bureau Ca mad Public a Section of the Chicago jury report and announced that every Effort would a Grad to run Down the various allegations through a a deliberate invest Gay North jury summarized the Indian Al evidence which it regarded a being of a great importance a a relating to us of official information for a speculation by or or More government official payment of Quot Rar Fain sum of Money to two member of Congre?.? to for about a month of a file of on of the government department by persons not. Officially connected us accept Ance of Money a by certain individual not attorney a to obtain clemency for or sorer and. A through their intimacy with and accept i acce of Money a by certain individual not attorney to a i intoxicating liquor a permit for through such in Democrat hits burtness Bill As favouritism aet Are to be installed in every room of the fjord Laster Hospital Here fori governor Joseph m. Dixon of Menthe of patients the Tana is being prominently men on a i Rev. E. D Cleveland chaplain an in some quarters As a probable aug a bounced the individual sets will a Cessor to Secretary of Navy Edwin i hooked up a Central receiving in by. Lit i a former Leader of the i station re it Given the Hosp Tai old school of Row velt pre grf a Nve. I mar. ?� a Deb a in Thorbeck Burtn Democrat South Wahaj Ngy on d c no the third Day it Senate upon the Bill Senar dial. Of a Arolina. Denounced the measure aft a an attempt to make one tax payer pay for the my shake of another the Bill would a it crop tat $78,-i 909.099 to finance of 4 or Opp ,.i try Nib a Etlen
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