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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 12, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages i i the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota wednesday March 12, 1924. Number 139 Daugherty la s. Army is All set for world four planes to hop off for 39,000 Miles route will take army fliers through air of 22 countries elaborate plan made Oia r orc j avg Fugitt to by pm Visio is Kach i Der an officer by Elrd tax a Fords trs. Pavs Pat a c a a it expedition 3 a fogs. Pm a. Fra to Ria Foj Fitzmorris Frederick u in i to Eger Root in 54 4 0 Henry Mars. 35 1519-1522 i St 189-1890 i i 1890 j 1901 i 1903 1907 i 1911 1913 by aka sorrier a or Lri. Cal. March 12.�?th Norv is ready for the Errata a i. My in aeronautical history a around the world. March to if present Plains arc a red. Four Douglas cruisers i built pianos with Liberty i i Quot hop off a from Here on a irs of a 39.000-Niile voyage i the air lines above coun to expedition will he commanded by fair Frederick u Martin. With n be lieutenants Lowell it sri Erik ii. Nelson arid Leigh j to do lieutenant Leal in Arnold sri lieutenant l. P. Schulze Are Al i a a a pilots. The officers will be t by four enlisted men. Six division paring for the a Poch Mak no right a j Gen. Mason m. Pat la h of of the air service has or-re every precaution taken against h in a the proposed Airway around a it has Bern i a into a in t a sons. Each in charge of an and 3 a Fri r who has covered his Sec Ltd. Obtained detailed information de arrangements for the pass j was the flight through the noun a a a Ltd 3 signed to him. A a first division. From los an i Attu Island in the Aleutian j in the charge of lieu Fen j i ton rl�11. The second. A so Emulio korean Pepin j under supervision of lieu j \ r. Nutt. A Nan m. S Taivion has it a by third division ending i to Troia lieutenant ii. A. I Quot in the fourth terminating at probe flight suicides wife says Daugherty paid no rent i opens Mclean thinks Daugherty was the a a principal mrs. Stinson also tells committee husband made a Fortune stocks Cost nothing to kit a Drula bks a kor a \ it told of from Dempsey film5 map of the i. 5?. Army s globs Ireum Taviga Ling flight. The Start and finish will be in los Angeles. Inset Are the for designated pilots who will Fly the Douglas world Cruiser planes on their record flight. Upper left lieutenant Lowell h. Smith. Upper rights lieutenant Krak h. Nelson. Ixia or left lieutenant Sci Fth Wade. Lower rights major Frederick l. M Artin Ecomman a of the expedition washing ii mar. 12. A an amazing Story. Containing Many grave in sin nations a told to fore the Senate Daugherty investigating committee inlay he Roxie Stinson of Columbus Ohio. Divorced wife of jews Smith who for years was attorney it Amora i Daugherty a a confidant and Polit Long lieutenant and who committed Mohide in the attorney Genera apartment Here a year ago. She said Smith had a More Money after he came to Washington and Quot we were All Het ter or told her she declared. That a we have a big things Worth 8180,0 10 in the Dempsey fight films and asserted that by a we be meant himself and Daugherty. She also detailed How certain Stock in in were made through Ohio brokers a quickly and quietly on Smith s advices from proceed no in which she also said she understood tile attorney general had a part. Some of the Stork was Oil Stock the wit Nenn declared and Smith told her that a it did no to Cost him anything. This consign ment. She said Oonsa sted of two shares of in re Oil Coni pan y Stork. So said the pure Oil Stock was part of a a Deal a. A Ohp said they a Mads another j she added. A a whom did he refer to a asked j senator Wheeler. A i assume Harry a the did no to mention or. Laugher Iii or. Laugher it apartment. She told of his will giving ? to her and making bequests to Daugherty and his brother. A the was in constant fear of boing closed howl she a said desert bang statements to her jut before his death. A the wanted Ltd shield Harry Daugherty in every Way a Abe said. A the it Aid a i can t stand this intrigue hut in be got to stand by Harry a Smith cautioned her a what not to Tell what not to destroy. She said sobbing a i Haven to told she Ronti Nudd Mado Money with Daugherty she declared her former husband had been offered the position of comptroller of the Treasury. While in Washington Smith had no official position and had no salary. Mrs. Stinson said but made j Money in his department store in Washington courthouse. A a in be been approached Many time in the last seven months but in a Here to defend she said Why j thou a a Man be besmirched for what his friends have Sim said she knew a this would i Lave to Rome a but she told or. Laugher a Sulc would my Tell anything voluntarily. She then declared she was fold of i Poncy made by Smith in a Dempsey fight Smith fold her she said of the Dempsey films saying that a we Havo a my and that the right to display them a meant about $ i by the term a a we she said she understood Smith to mean himself and a Harry aked about some Stock transact publisher testifies this was meaning of reference in Telegram tells Story of loan Vvs him viol Siv told of i Ash Alva vhf. Of fat?4 .1 ust to help him out Vav Tell Shin ton. P. Mar. 1 r. A i a an told limit fee today that to had Given it in is f it Ding information about the j Clr Bra fed i 10,9 0 loan because be trusted and desired to help i 1 Friend Albert fall. The publisher insisted that his i Ond Story about the loan told to san a tor Walsh in january a Palm j reach was Correct. He said he hat i 1 caned the former Secretary $100,000 in n checks for a ranch Enterprise but i that the checks were returned to j my uncashed. I his previous Aper Tion that the j loan was made in Faith he said was made at Falls request the latter i appeared to be in trouble he . A but bad represented to him that it had nothing to do with Oil the publisher also asserted that he j tiers she Aid Smith a Given a Home i himself had no interest in the in took to put on the Market quickly i a a a or it Hosny companies and knew land quietly a a at different times nothing about the Oil policies _. Except it Bat he Haji read in the news Stook Cost nothing or a or a a a a Faro. Turkey major Carlisle to a fifth ending at London j a nth Nant Clarence Crumrino j the. Which Brines the aviators los i n no radio a a a ave been shipped fed states to various Points j today by the mute and each division has depot with one or More sub or Ero major items of Supply allocated. R w ii i have no Means of he Quot a with one another r equipment being rein a in in in urn for the Sake the old timers a appear Safe. The breaking up of the trans siberian Railroad i has i in gained the route against the attempts of future record Globe j i Trotter. Senate will j probe income i tax Bureau wills his estate to United states to pay debt of gratitude Washington. C., mar. 12.�?inquiry by a select committee of five 1 into the administration of the by Fronk Reau of internal Revenue was ordered j Senate. Bonus planned on same basis As in 1923 Bill la neuter. Ohio. My a a a vow made by Wesley Jordan. 75. A Farmer who died recently that he would pay his a debt of gratitude to the government for Liberty and happiness under the stars and stripes will be fulfilled. Jordan will probated yesterday. Provides that his property be converted into of Ltd and All Over his burial expenses be turned Over to the treasurer of the United state. The estate is valued at $16,-000. Of Underwood wins in Alabama vote on presidency Tyr a name a a i could t say that be did t. T just done to remember. It was Clear in my mind just whom he there also was some White motor Stock she said about which Smith cautioned her to he secretive. She added that she a sked few questions. J asked about her reference to Daugherty Sheft it was not a Mere inference. To was Clear in my mind to whom he she insisted. Smiths Stock dealings she said swore a some times in his own name and ome times in a Blind i a j she herself had an a comp of j asks prohibition commission run known As Wiliam r a. Or a it a report of charge j Hayes no. 3�?� we Ungerleider and by Admiral plan ki7tt company at Columbus she said which i with other Money making Sii 00ft in Washington ii Cmar. 12�?ait j Ell. Was taken by the attorney Gen Effort to Settle the much argued ques Prfu a s brother a Smith s executor and converted into Smiths estate sob on Tho stand Washington. P. <., mar. 12.�?<0 a Coolidge May pry lid from capital rum inn of the effectiveness of prohibit j Tion enforcement in Washington has i been ordered by president Coolidge j the Senate investigation of attorney j As a result of the charge by Roar Admiral Charles Plunkett commandant of the Brooklyn Navy Vard. That j the capital is a the wettest City in the r general Daugherty began late today with the testimony of mrs. Roxie j Stinson of Columbus Ohio divere i j wife of Des Vav. Smith or laugh a the stocks were old through the Lyman and voice company of col a Umbus. Ohio she said. Twenty five shares of Stock so 1 was of White motors she said. Add ing that she a sold them for herself a i meaning in her own name. The Stock was not endorsed anti jul said Smith told her a it did no to Cost them anything.�?�. Prei dons to a do Niskin of the Stock Mars. Stinson said. Smith had talked to or. Daugherty. She added a the did no to say Par lie Farly it War. she did not know. She so the amount of Stock a they got a senator Wheeler asked whom Smith referred to or a a. Inter to Titi with him in the Deal. A the meant by that hairy she Aid. A the said they had not paid anything for tile Stock they received and by that he or Fryml to Harry he repeated. had quite a few shares of it. We were All hotter Oft Titan we were before. The Bli account she said vae known As Quot William r. A Hayes no. I 2.�?� she declared Smith a was a Eon existent loser a and closed the account in january 1 922. Referring to his Horro Wir is for 1 speculation. Mrs. Stinson said she had a remonstrated with him and a so she would Tell Mal Daugherty the attorney general brother not to lend him Money. He re a. She Sud. That he had had $175,000 of a Eastern Money deposited in Mal Daugherty s Hank at Washington courthouse. About thi she consulted a lawyer. Rev c rinse Friend who shot and kill-1 land told May Daugherty that the of United states. Re himself a year a Quot. A a ill he unable to Washington. P. C., mar. 12.�?the the president upon learning of and i mrs. Stinson was called to give inimical Riun Ketty a statements during a car it or on Abri it business trance a i police court trial in new York. In i Tion of Smith and the source of his immediately summoned prohibition income i commissioner Haynes to the White after the swearing of mrs Stinson. J Paul Howland one of or. Laugher or Over Europe paid in life insurance policies which Alabama delegation to the new Birmingham. Ala., mar. 12.�?sen tor Orar w. Underwood will name j House and instructed him to find out or he a roil e a because the United states of griped the a a evict govern mean the trip is Lengih-7 it it it in ii is. Threefold purpose pose of the army flight is if the Brooklyn commandant had terms York convention on the basis of yes j been correctly quoted and if so to he a Ford Aye primary in which he defeat ascertain the basis of i information l. B. My a Grove by a majority is demonstrate the feasibility a ing military air planes one flights with a sat Sac r or cot of Supply prob will be Given veterans under of the new Soldier Bonus will valued at $1 a Day for Home service. So non i unrated at More than 20.oho. And $1.25 a Day for overseas service j Musgove refused to concede de lit was decided today by the Suh com it and declared alleged frauds j Mittee of the House ways and Means would be a pop de . attorney asked permission to make a preliminary statement. Senator Wheeler. Democrat. Mon and initiate an investigation looking Tana in charge of taking testimony. A Abt so a world Airway. Ring the United state the Quot eur or the first to Circum e world by air. Re r committee. Framing the new measure. An additional 25 per cent of the total amount of the adjusted service credit would be allowed thus Mak Jing the basis on which compensation would be figured the same As provided in the Bill passed last Sesoi it a. And vetoed by president Harding the average Van Lue of each policy is not going to achieve would figure at about $2.65 for each w out a Battle for great Day o of Scricc it was estimated with a Portugal have been pret he total Cost about $2 000,000,000 or Ltd months and both. It in i much less than the Cost of last year s or a attempt the Globe Ain Hill. A in me time in april. And j Cash payments Wil i be Given to a Palm also Are said to be j those veterans no entitled to More g for the flight. A than $50. I f Tipolt Speed record a re in r. March 12�?i Nican aviators set a new 1 for circumnavigating Minnesota. North Dakota. South on a heir world girdling \ he j also charged that the vote in some counties had been a manipulated in the interest of my 72-mile Gale is sweeping today j on new England to correction of the alleged condition in Tjie capital. Mellon says tax Bill wont yield enough new York City mar. 12.�?unspent after 24 hours yesterdays storm blew northeastward today along the. A a England coast buffeting Short Ion today told the Senate finance com Washington. Mar. 12�? 0 a revision of the Revenue Bill passed by the House must be made to prevent a Treasury deficit Secretary Mel weather forecast m nne Sota Dakota and Montana Cloudy and new towns and lashing the Inland country. I the weather forecaster said it would last throughout the Day. The Gal was abetted by a dense fall of Snow and wire communication was badly hampered. Seven live were known to he lost. In re org to major f. L. N command of the army so a tvs Ere will be no attempt to c Ltd ords of n it j j a blvd John of Jules Verne a Fileti ranter. Phil Fogg. 1 Quot edition. Martin says sex return to its staring Point a a come time in september. 1 lately six months after the of a re the flying time consumed Irma argonauts will be much in the 35 Days required by o establish his Globe trotting Here will by frequent stops Yueling reconditioning and c. And Long sustained flights made Only when necessary. Cion experts have figured that p a be. In it present stage of Quot Ament. 1 capable of flying the w or a in 300 hours actual g time. The a Viator. However i he required to spend much time than that on the ground Een hop a Farr yes re they predict. 0 a a a a refinements will have been to the air plane that a Globe a rat will he possible in to or 12 us Itow however the record of an unsettled tonight and thursday no of a a in new York City and two in much change in temperature. Iowa mostly Cloudy tonight and thursday probably Snow lat tonight or thursday in South and extreme cast portions not much change in temperature i in a i ter?.rattir�s maximum and minimum temperatures from 7 a in. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today As recorded by the official government thermometer maximum 34. Minimum 15. At 8 a rn., 19 Philadelphia and Many persons were injured. The wind reached 72 Miles hour at Atlantic City. Centenarian leaps Fence in quarrel walks objected. There was an argument and by a vote of 3 to 2. Sir. Howland a statement a excluded. Kex lamination of the witness then was i begun. She said she had known Harry m. J Daugherty a for Many and a1-i a had met his brother. Mal laugh 1 erty after the divorce from Smith j she said. Her relation with him a they had always been friends a said the witness of Smith and the j attorney general Smith always tried to support her. She continued after the divorce in november. 1910. Fee i made payments in sums of $500 each alien Smith and Daugherty came to Washington she said. They lived for a while in a House belonging to e. B. Mclean. She said a he a it informed they paid no rent. Or. H land objected in a a i no Lair a probably would lend to Many things she informed him. She said. Thai she knew a of vast sums of Money deposited in his Hank and ended the conversation. A without completing Lier testimony th.#, we the a was excused until Tom or i that Row. Senator Wheeler Democrat of Montana preparing the Rase for the committee announced that All telegrams sent to and received by Smith at Columbus Ohio after the election of president Harding had been subpoenaed. In the search for the connections of there a a be Jesse Smith the Telegraph compan . Montana in Here and at Washington courthouse Ohio were directed to submit Quot All incoming and outgoing messages sent by or received by Jesse w. Smith 1 papers and to decode message asked about the code message of hanged Between Washington Ani a his cottage at Palm reach he a unable to decipher or explain Manv j of them. He said wet. Burns had a Given one of Hir employees a. Depart a ment of Justice code. Hut that he i h in self never had coded a message. The a a principal referred to in one a if tie Telegram a end him by his employees. Marten a a Aid. Appear re to him to refer to to Omer in Nerrol i it Daugherty and did not refer to i resident Coolidge. He identified the attorney general As the author of the message assuring him not to worry Bena use everything that could ire done a will he done or led into a Long i Sendon of his relations with or. Daugherty he said the attorney general had lived Iii one of the Mcl Gnu houses Here for seven or eight Mon ii after conling to Washington. And that fall had riffed there often. Rut he added that Daugherty a a would t do anything wrong for even if he had been asked. The publisher declared he Neve i had anything ton with any Mil hey i Dollar a Ltd a fund rumoured to have been sent to Washington for govern Mort officials or. Met Ean a Contra figure in a the Oil inquiry said his univ Connie. 1 Tion with the naval leasing question had been through the mix up Over the $100,000 loaned to Albert b. Fall he declared he never had and do a reef or indirect interest in either to a Sinclair or Doheny companies and 1 knew nothing about the leading pro Gram except what he had seen in the i newspaper. I in a prepared statement read it hat i committee the publisher mad no reference to his previous conflict ing test Mon regarding the loan. A when his attention was lir a Tori t object he said he had in fur ther statement to make can to find Cheek stubs he sri unde questioning that he had searched everywhere for the stubs of the checks he testified a had Given fall hut had been unable to find them there Aren t any. And never were. D senator Waish. Of his Mitt a. The House Hill would mean a loss i in Revenue of about $450,000,000 or. J i Mellon i Aid. Against an estimated or i plus of $395,000,000 for the fiscal year 1925 under existing Law. Healers questioning. Ems Krs will by named to Secretary condemned the Long senator in Quot a de he did not inquire i to Charlies be Worth Compromise on the income tax intend to he font milled by count a. J Fork i he ago ,11 by rate schedule and criticize House j Quot i want you to understand you re amendments which increased a state no going to Hull Doz me said Washington c March 12.�? taxes created a gift tax and opened Wheeler a a you re Here by the Curcon Rrapo Tinolli investigation of Crimin of the committee. A harps raid to have been develop expect l l find my place Smil rms turn Erand Jur some modifications would he be mpg responded a Why yes. There were. Senator for the Hgt of of my recon f,ct1on As t tol4l you. The witness replied Mclean then said that at a a. Ainee nov. I. 192ft. And up to the time j for Parr had with fall of at Anhof City last december. E All asked Bim i he would say that he Loaner him the $ Jato Oft it in each 1n�##ra n in unused checks. A fall assured me. He said. A Vtha the loan had nothing to do with f n Clair and Teapot dome pm Quot i it Ean insisted that his credit a Good at the time he gave fall the checks and that he could have a raised Foft Ftp tit if he a i a agree to advise him before undertaking to Cash the checks a none of any melds a said when asked what service he had rendered As a Dollar a year store House votes for inquiry in bribe charge tax returns to inspection by Congress few ional committees. J �?�1 Howland after s 1 Pessary also he said in the increase i Clarn Fig ant intention to bulldoze ordered by the House in the excise senator Wheeler and miscellaneous taxes. J a counsel for or. Daugherty Are a a a to against two representatives a or dered today by the House by a Viva voice vote a Resolution weather and roads it the be bulletins Are filed at 8 30 a. In. Dally by the a a dated pre Minot Clear to above roads fair. Grand Fork snowing lightly. 25 above roads fair. Duluth Cloudy. 29 roads fair. Mitchell Clear. 19 roads fair. Aberdeen Clear 9 roads fair. Mankato Cloudy 30 roads fair. Winona gear 28? roads heavy. St. Cloud Clear. 22 roads fair. Fargo Cloudy. 22 roads Good. Sioux Falls Clear 13 roads fair. Pierre Clear 27 roads Good. Huron Clear .14 Road Titi we tort own Clear 14 Road Vood nine Miles to court Banks in s. D. Grew 8 per cent deposits 300 offered by representative Garrett p.,.d to Ivl of amount of All Lna or in croat Quot a a new until your time comes to Cross Ixo Ndon. England. Mar. 12.�? the dangerous age in the cat a of Owen Connelly of Laskey county Sligo Ira land. Seems to be an even Hundred years. Connelly. Hale and vigorous walked nine Miles to the court House recently to answer a charge of having used threatening language an a bused a one Patrick Brady. A the jumped Over a Fence and threatened me with a declared Brady. The magistrate dismissed the Case. There must be something in Oil Bhat est the conscience of men a Toledo Blad. Pierre s. A. Mar 12.�?chartered Hanks in South Dakota increased from. Up in june 1913. To 556 in june 1923 an eight percent Advance while in the j same period state Bank deposits have i grown from 64 million dollars to to. Million or 300 per cent. Resources have increased in like proportion. John Hirning state Bank examiner. Said in the first definite answer to assertion that too Many Banks have been chartered in a Recette period. Examine the witness put in senator i Democrat. Arizona j resuming the witness said that her divorced husband frequently i it a her at Washington courthouse. Ohio j after by came Here in 1921. And com a Mun rated with her almost every Day j a by wire letter or he told her a quite a lot about i affair Here she a Aid. She animated that after he came to Washington j he a was Worth Between $150,000 and $175,000 a when Smith died Hie former wife said. Hie estate a Worth a approximately $250,000 a he had a More Moneva after he continued on Page ten Kenyon now considered for Denby a place special House committee to conduct an inquiry was adopted by this action the Hahs reversed _ its decision of Yeu erday to leave in Yow a judge has conference of a he charges to the do j m Ith president avd will part it of Justley and to make be j. See Uta again further Effort to have the Nam of j a a the accused disclosed. No change in strength of army under new Bill Washington p o. March 12.�? former senator w s. Kenyon of Iowa. Now judge of the eighth fed Chal circuit court in understood to he under consideration for appointment As Secretary of the Navy to succeed Secretary Danby. Judge Kenyon arrived Here Lur night and shortly afterwards went to Wah or on. D a. Mar 12.�?main- we he us we re inferred came to the capita and was a More tenancy for another year of the Reg with pre Dent Coolidge Liberal in i payments to her. She j u a army at the present strength of his friends said today he had net said j 12.000 commissioned officers and or. 6ttion f Roto a no a125.000 enlisted men is recommend then she told of Smith so Icide j and in the army appropriation Bill reached a decision hut had an appointment with president Coolidge tomorrow t
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