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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 27, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota Twelve pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota thursday March 27,1924. Number 152says Hamon paid million Hiram Johnson wins in South returns almost Complete show Coolidge loses returns on president o a 3 a 3 3 to it o 3 a o a 3 in a a o a. Up a 2 3 to or % Aurora a bead#4 senator Johnson has margin Bennett. Of 1,705, with 148 precincts out Lins 305 956 Johnson leads in 11 counties about Mitchell for Congress. House 18 reek 67. J to the Farmer labor primary for in. S. Aerator Bates 85 Ayre to. I for Congress House 74 Jones 9. Coolidge wins Sanborn Woonsocket s. D., Max. 27.�? Twenty one precincts in Sanborn county the total in the county in the Republican presidential primary tuesday rave Johnson. 516 Coolidge 618. For 6 cannot be overcome i Fra w to or Niit pm Krai in in Cpl Tom coi not auditors Cav of outcome today Nator Flisram Johnson Endor Ernt of presidential the ii Dakota has the Pri Frothi Bon homme 584 Brown 1636 Brookings. 11 96 Brule,358 Buffalo. 51 Butte 224 Campbell .7 95 Charles mix. .502 Clark. Clay. To Codington Corson. Hind the National As Wil i Custer. Davison Day. Deuel. Dewey Dauglas. Edmunds. Fall River Faulk Grant. Gregory. Haakon. Hamlin. Hand. Hanson Harding. Hughes. Hutchinson Hyde. Jackson precincts a a ups Jerauld Kingsbury Lake Marx i Quot official returns direct roil a auditors to Rhc evening Republican by Telephone and trl graph today with but or Prennet. Missing out of i rib of Ive Johnson a total of i my president Coolidge 38,306 i i. Is a Lead of 1.705 vote for senator Johnson and the re non. From the Small precincts right a to hear from cannot up it that Lead. Though his margin is inf about 3 per rent on a local of 7s.ji 7 votes it i enough to delegates to the next Republican convention in the seen by the table and practically All the Orting Are from Scnnette. Harding. Perkins and Meade a. Ard therefore the vote from i a Vency Berry Small indeed Al. 0 that he Fina unofficial Fie Lyman a not change Hiram Johnson a Mccook. Of More t h a n too votes Cit he Mcpherson Marshall. 1 a ii v Forenoon total j Meade. Falls s. Mar. 27�?roundoff Tito the final stretch senator Johnson was leading presi a Ivin Coolidge by a nose Early in a belated returns from tues re Ile Republican presi to primary in South Dakota. Cor lie first. Time since Tabula j Roberts a in o unofficial returns began the 1 Sanborn Fonn a senator forged into the Spink. Had late last night As Rural precinct Stanley pm 1 be last night As Rural precinct j Sully univ a few votes separated the two hrs a v. Hen tabulation was resumed today j a one of rho closest state wide contests South Dakota has Ever known. Recapitulation of returns Crel ii ii la to on of 1,of showed that. Mellette Miner Minnehaha i Moody. A. Pennington Perkins i Potter in Dud one duplicated re a in 1.363 precincts Turner Union. Walworth e Yankton. Ziebach 1215 .572 1536 1 1 0. 209 1002 1238 1030 .254 .449 .735 440 .725 .737 .361 .2 45. 586 .3 59. 231. 50 630 of .4-4. 489. 1 56 516 .278 .5 52. .334 .643. 607 .951 .419 1300 .7 43. 436. I 92 .313 3113 .318 .769. 129. 7 6 5 .631 .516 1194 .280 .310 .6 95. 604. 468 9 i 9 561 2163 985 370 215 552 291 402 508 5 53 5 3 4 i 3 52 154 0 651 375 512 4 45 446 736 3 94 39 9 623 331 209 357 236 165 682 69 3 55 249 304 485 596 635 1555 601 530 385 297 904 595 193 215 5085 4 52 10 85 341 4 7,5 472 618 8 9.295 3 08 540 4 2 7 �o3 2 8 556 632 2 5 j u. S. Senator Mcmaster 831 Ster has margin of 233 votes in icing 306. For state superintendent territory surrounding g the City St. Mcmaster far ahead go Vuk nor counts Mork than Dou blk Sterling vote in these eleven counties of Public instruction. Shaw 242 John 424. Ayres Defeated Bates for the Farmer labor party nomination for u. S. Senator and Cherry Defeated Bates for the same office in the democratic primary. In the race in the Republican primary for sheriff git hell received 674 votes to 427 for Munro and in the fight for the party nomination for returns received Art i p. In. Today j Bra tees attorney Richards polled 559 from the 2 7 precincts in Hutchinson votes against 419 for Ixa son. To the senator Hiram Johnson a former Case the majority candidate j was Defeated and in the latter Case the majority candidate was Success a in the eleven counties in this Section of the state. Hutchinson was the Las Turner for Johnson of the eleven to make a Complete re a parlc0i.f g d mar. 27.�? the Fulp port. The tabulation from that nun of precincts in Turner county at the Roxie Stinson grilled today for Daugherty Dakota a Jennings asserts Penrose Federal Reserve asked to study Way to help Farmers got $250,000 Washington p c., mar 27.�?inauguration by the Federal Reserve Board of a study designed to suggest practicable methods of stabilizing International Exchange and Extension of the services of the department of agriculture. Have been determined. Upon by president Coolidge As two not asked about five Steps in an administration farm re says Oklahoma Oil Man told him he bought Harding nomination counsel for the attorney general however asks Only few questions $25,000 to Daugherty witness says Hamon told h in he was to be the Secretary of Interior. Lief program. Oil committee decides not j to ask her who Alade the 33 Mili Jon 3 i county i a of California a majority of 233 votes to brought the number of precinct tuesday primaries in the presidential reporting up to 260. Just three Short a j fit Gace Johnson. 604 Coolidge 427. 3 21 the total number of precincts in the eleven counties. In the same eleven counties. Gov. Mcmaster piled up a Lead of 4.321 Over senator Sterling in the rare for the Renu Hcan nomination for United slates senator. The total indicates the la prediction that Mcmaster would pol 2 lava ote of better than two to one in this Section has been verified. The tabulated returns which Are Complete with the exception of one a apr it n Lyman county and two i precincts in charges mix county show a on the presidential vote the Forrow primaries by in the race for senator the vote was Mcmaster 568 Sterling 390. The vote on the Shaw St. John race has not been tabulated but the indications Are that St. John will carry the county by a Large majority. The vote in both the and the democratic primaries was unusually Light Many members of both parties having registered in the Republican primary. Johnson amps of a Cook Salem. S. D., March 27.�?Johnson won in Mccook county in tuesdays a margin of 22 votes ing results for president county Aurora Bon Home pct. Johnson a a Coolidge 395 a 36 Hanson be Nhom Brule i Buffalo Lym a Cha. Mix Davison \ to a u i d i Hutch in. Totals 269 1 6 21 584 0 31 5�?� 6 358 215 979 592 797 278 Quot a it 561 236 618 279 51 47 492 893 4 or 269 334 i according to practically Complete re turns with one precinct missing. The Vot a follows Johnson. 405 Coolidge 383 in the race for senator Mcmaster i polled 447 votes against 311 for Sterling. Cherry Defeated Bates in the democratic primary for u. S. Senator polling 73 votes to a 34 for the Letcher i Man. Ayres also Defeated rates in the Farmer labor party polling to votes i to 2 for Bates. Washington. A. Afar. 27.�? Tho Senate Daugherty commit tee today ordered Al. S. Daugherty. Brother of the attorney general summoned by the sergeant at arms when he failed to appear in answer to a summons senator Wheeler said had been served. Washington. A. Mar. 27.�? a it it a Roxie Stinson divorced Yvie of j#5? Smith submitted herself today to a Cross examination by Council for attorney general Daugherty against j whom she has made a Long series of j charges before the Senate investigators winding up in the assertion that the attorney Genera was a morally responsible Quot for her former husbands suicide. Paul Howland Long time Friend of the attorney general conducted the Cross Exa a ligation. Which was decided upon after the committee had held that further inquiry into the Story of j. $33,990,900 profit to five men from a Degl in Oil stocks was without its scope. Howland Aid h#4 had a Only a few questions to ask Quot and first took up the White motor Stock which amiss a Stinson a mentioned in her testimony a being received from jes Smith. A thus certificate for 25 share of White motor which you sold in a congressman is indicted by grand jury washing a d. A. Alar. 27.�? representative John w. Tai Rig icy Hen by Iran of Kentucky a indicted by a Federal grand jury to a Day on a charge of conspiracy to interfere with tile operations of the govern Mem tangle is said to Hare Bern one of those referred to by the Chicago grand jury which Aid two members of the mouse had used their official influence improperly. No other members of Congress were indicted. Houlihan says fusion ticket has won out Washington d. C., mar. 2 7.�? a a a j the Story about a big Money Deal at j the Chicago Republican convention in 1929 was repeated with Many dashes of color before the Oil committee today by Al Jennings who became famous years ago As a train robber and Ince a turned evangelist and i politician. Jennings said he was passing on j what had been told him by Jake has Mon the Oklahoma Republican National committeeman who was killed by Clara Smith Maroon late in 1 929. Briefly Hamon s Story a related by Jennings on the stand today was a follows that Hamon had a a nominated a Warren g. Harding for the presidency. And that it had Cost him Hamon i $1,990,990.that the Cost of a a trying Oklahoma for Harding had Herm $590,999. That Hamon had paid Harry a1 j Daugherty 725,990 senator Boies Penrose of Pennsylvania $259,000 and will h. Hays chairman of the Republican National committee $25,000. That Hamon was to become Secretary of the Interior and share in the Public land and expected that with the Money he would make to become president. Watertown s. D., mar. 2 Spe Luthus in september 1922.�?T�?T air. Rial a according to a statement. I i Howland began. A would you my sued this afternoon by James f in the fight for county auditor the that Gnu did not buy that Stock in Houlihan. Fusion state chairman. On senator n ? Lead a Only 35 votes. At inc i Lead a several Hun totals 40.011 a to 38,306 per prec nets rave senator John i 3 5.45s and president Coolidge j it ahead he Republican senatorial 1 j precincts gave governor a. Ii. J m v islet 38.421 vote and senator j a Florin g 27.799 governor i Scala St cry majority Over senator or be continued to increase a Adt la Ion a1 precincts were heard from a Lunation i assured Ding at one time by More than. Votes. Provident Coolidge graded ground yesterday his Lead lied with the late Day return. Finally a forced into second Quot n by the californian. A or Johnson a showing yester and last night led i Tate head i Eves to predict that he would the president by a majority of to 15.9 90 votes Rev i sly hid predicted Victory to by at in St 10,090 vote who president s loss of the a it night. Coolidge Tate l�a1->r Irod that returns received by educated a Quot majority for Cool of 1.590 to 4,000,&Quot he face of available returns. Crha a Lead in 34 counties Olidge in 26 mfr dry of Arries stale. G. Mcadoo candidate for cratic prefer Hir sement. Carried the state 7 to i Over the faction seek Ord an uninstructed Delegat a the National convention at Daugherty to be dismissed soon report 4 i county. I Aurora a i Bon Home a j Hanson a i Sanborn a j Brule Buffalo Layman i . Mix or 1 7 i 6 Mcmaster 348 794 317 831 Sterling j i 68 bat#4? is loading Cherry in the democratic race for United state senator. Has a on Complete returns from Only contest on the county ticket 1 october 1921. Yourself Quot Erickson Defeated Montgomery 447 miss Stinson hesitated. To 285. J a to be Frank about it that certify f lose in Brule. J Cate was handed to me by a j five counties and partial returns from 1 Chamberlain. S. I afar. Cool Smith she said. Twelve other counties. The count 49x Edge has edged out Johnson in the ppe owned at several times Certifi-137 race for the vote in Brule county. The pates of White motor Stock she paid. 396 president polled 370 vote in the 29 j and would pot he certain As to the 144 precinct in the county at the tues i disposition of any particular lot. Davison 269 0 7 1.965 417 1.797 5 94 7 69 7.386 Daj i Tares. And Johnson received 175 169 3.965 j e a ii i d hut bin i totals Tri the race Between Fred l. Shaw land or. John for the nomination for state superintendent of Public instruction. Or. St. John carried the eleven counties by a majority of 37 9. The i total vote with two of the 263 precincts missing. Is of John. 4 492 Vas Hinten. A. Mar. 27. Retirement of attorney Jenera Daugherty from the Coolidge Cabinet has again been brought under serious Ltd it not Idera action and indication today of it int to developments in the near future. President Coolidge has almost if not entirely come to agreement with Many of his closest adviser that with charges piling up daily against or. His support i Daugherty a administration of the department of Justice continuance of the attorney general in office is More of a Load than any administration justly can be called Bear. Inquiries made by the president understood to have failed 143 251 358 votes. Mcmaster ran far ahead of 379 1 Johnson and Defeated Sterling 537 to 893 i 144. St. John Defeated Shaw. 342 to 189. Rates Defeated Cherry in the democratic primary in the race for u. 8. I senator. The vote was Bates 237 i Cherry 142. Ayres beat baes in the i Farmer labor primary. 4 8 to 28. House ran away from Beek in his 1 Home county in the race for the dem Cratie endorsement for Congress. A polling 316, votes to 58 for Beck Butin the Farmer labor primary he was 1>in Shaw 4,113. J beaten by Jones 41 to 31. J. Q. Anderson won Over Martin t ,. Strand in the race for the Republican Coolidge carried take county Atmo nomination for state senator polling two to one. According to practical 346 votes to 214 for strand Complete returns from 23 of the Buffalo Strong for Coolidge precincts As compiled by the county Gann Valley. S. D., alar. 27.�?coo-auditor this morning. The a tit is. An Ltd Sterling carried Buffalo Coolidge. 619 Johnson. 3-8. In t e president and u. S. Sen rare for the Republican nomination at it run Republican primary tues for United state senator. Gov. My Dav vorp follows master just nosed out Sterling with Coolidge. 215 John on. 51. Afr g. Vote of 483 to 474 in the 24 precincts. Coolidge takes Aurora Plankinton. S. A. Alar. 27.�?00 a did you have a 25-share certificate registered in your name which Youv sold sept. 1 8, 1922?&Quot Howland asked. Stands Bates 1.320 Cherry 1.227. I to the Farmer labor primary Houli j Han is claiming on the basis of Sim j liar returns. 567 vote for Bate against la for Ayre in the senatorial race. I tto Lihan says House and Ollde Branit for Congress Are running May have. Miss Stinson said Jabed Bate in the democratic Pri pres de to a that the was a Mary and behind him in the Farmer Stock that Smith gave her with Rij a or pro Nigro. He save hop Dele St auctions to sell Quot a wekly and quietly Quot Haft a of 20 Over Tho met amiss Stinson said. Atis Stinson said the Busine Deal on which a. L Fink had called her to Cleveland a a re organization of a the Ideal and is usher Coni Winch Fink had undertaken. Al Jennings Cool Idee Strong in take Aadison. S. P., alar. 27.�?president j wont a a name of live Washington d. C., mar. 27.�? a3 a the Senate committee investigating attorney general Daugherty went into executive so Sion at 9 30 of clock Kila morning to consider whether Roxie Stinson should he asked to name the a five men she said Jess Smith had told her were involved in the $33,000,000 Sinclair Oil Stock Deal. Adee delegates. 0 i Houliham Avail the Large Cit in the unreported vote or 1.000 Rural precincts wiil a i in fusion ticket a Good Lead Iii both Tho democratic and Farmer Klaibor primaries the committee agreed that it would master. 97 Sterling 143. St. John not Force the inquiry further As to won ii the race for state superin amiss Stinson Story of $33,000,090 pendent of Public instruction receive made by a five Quot men in Sinclair Oil Lidge and Mcmaster. Running on opposite columns in the Republican Pri ing too votes to 90 for Shaw Stock Market a Al because it a a re o i Mary tue it vote i a slav were Given the major. Of e per or of the 3 n Aurora county Hie to by Roun a misting the vote i convince him that the current Busi j Jat on from the 27 precincts in the Ness of the department it being and. County show to it following results ministered with the expedition th#4 Coolidge. 395 Johnson. 222. Country has a right to demand. This a Yaster. 348 Sterling 168. Circumstance is believed to Hay John received a better than three weighed More heathy it h or. It on vote. Polling 396 to in for. A apparent now that the Bond i Washington and Washington court Edge than any other Shaw in the Rac a for the nomination t Ssue providing Fob the building of i House. The telegrams dated March two conferences held by the presi j superintendent of Public Dent with his attorney general yes John in Voe in. Lyman j irrelevant to the subject in hand. Kennebec s. A. Mar. 27.�?with on the committee decided that miss 8 in Lyman Stinson should he subjected immediately to Cross examination by attorney general Daugherty a counsel but before this could be done chairman Brookhart read a number of Telegram taken from the Telegraph company a files at Palm Beach for president stand today Coolidge. 497 John son 929. For u. S. Senator. Mcmaster 1.963 Sterling. 251. For state superintendent of Public instruction. St. John 473 Shaw. 441. Gerdav Are understood to ha4�?Te been devoted largely to a consideration of a re. A ording to statements this subject and to have brought the for state super Toncini instruction the county gave a majority of ten to one for Bate in the race for the party it a. Is rap Headquarters. 4 statement declared that ably Complete Quot reports rest the Headquarters a subs Ian completely Quot their claim of Poincare tries today to form a new Cabinet matter near to a has been before. Head than it democratic nomination for senator. Ever i _. A a a a East in the weather forecast Only forty votes were j farm labor party. Johnson t Arrie Miner i Howard. S. A afar a new county courthouse Here has. 1923 did not contain matter of in carried by a margin of Only 56 vot#4. I penance. In the five cornered race for county i o sheriff. Frame received a plurality. I the vote follows Frame 498 Green. I 149 Jessup 218 Kenobbie 372 and afm Nesotas fair tonight colder in North portion Friday increasing cloudiness becoming unsettled a West portion. Iowa fair tonight Friday increasing cloudiness becoming unsettled in West portion not much change in temperature. North Dakota unsettled weather Tan. Ranee. Afar 27.�? a la Emend Poincare. Eon remied i evening to re Unie tile premiership which he resigned yes radar after a defeat of the ruin re in the chamber of deputies. ?. France. Afar. 2 7.�?up a pre a it oin rare reached the ministry mg1 affairs Early today and in Gale went to work continuing 0 Onmin Tatiana he began last night a View to reconstituting a Eab government thermometer maximum 57 a minimum 26 at 8 a rn., 35. Paine. 261. For Register of deed Martin poll j 27.�?with 2�ied 76n to for Crown of the 21 precincts reporting this j Johnson Lake a buries Alii morning in Aliner county the vote for j Andes s. D., mar. 27.�?with president in tuesdays primary stands w0 of of it it precincts missing this a follows j Insoo 313 Coolidge pluming Harles fix county has been t 215. For senator Mcmaster. 35? a parried by Johnson by a margin of j Sterling. 166. �il09 votes the tabulation this mor do a it in Bon rom Moning Hows the following result Good. Afar. 2#. Hiram 402 Johnson. 592. In the race for senator of Caister. 417 Sterling i 370. For state superintendent of pub lie instruction. Shaw. 361 St. John. 202. Pinal Iii Jerauld Wessington spring.?, 4s d. Anarch i 27.�?gomplete returns from the i j ounts show the j tuesdays Maries. For president. Coolidge 485 Johnson. 278. For u. S. Senator. Or mat j ter. 59.4 Sterling. 175. For state us superintendent of put a intendant of Public instruction St. 1 John. .332 Shaw. 204. In the county fight for the re a Borah Calls on president for new arms meet Tyndall. S. Johnson Defeated president Coolidge in the Republican primary in Bon tonight and p riday. Probably Snow prime county tie Sedav by 23 votes. Friday and in West portion tonight returns from fhe 17 precinct of the colder tonight in Northwest portion j county show. The vote was Coolidge i South Dakota increasing Cloud 61 Johnson. 584. Air taster ran new tonight probably Snow Friday of read of Johnson polling 704 votes not much change in temperature. To for Sterling. In the fight for i in Jerald i xxx a i tempera Tiric the nomination for state superintend i for towing result in a maximum and minimum tempera a Dent 0f Public instruction. St. John lures from 7 a. M. Yesterday to 7 ag0 52$ votes and Shaw 320. T m. Today As recorded by the official. 7n the county fight the vote for Washington d. A. Afar. 27. A senator Borah. Republican Idaho offered a joint Resolution in the Senate today requesting the president to invoke a such nations As he deems wi.-Quot to Send 1-eprerntitiw.s to a combined economic and Djsfar manent Oon Fer nor in Washington. Woman lost from Sleeper of crack train Tandan. N a afar. 27.�?northern Pacific Railroad detective aided by county and City officials and Railroad agents Between affixes City. Mont., and Mandan arc today inv Sti gating the disappearance from a Pullman car of the crack North coat a limited eastbound last night of an unidentified woman Pis Nger who was travelling from Seattle to Chicago. The disappearance was first noted this morning when a brakeman noticed the clothes Hammock hanging out of the Pullman car window la Follette has pneumonia but its not serious Washington. Afar. 27.�?sena-j tor la Follette of Wisconsin has developed pneumonia. Senator la Folette a office at the Capitol today issued the following physicians bulletin Quot senator la Follette has developed pneumonia. His present condition is sheriff 1 476 Roger. 529 Hoaglin. J i. N. For county schools. Cooper. 362 Whiting. 68 to the Farmer a Ratibor primary ayr#4? weather and roads i Defeated Bates for senator receiving a received m. Aubigny under a a a tary of state for finance it 8 30 14 and later senator deceives of the foreign affairs com a of Tho Enate with whom he a a Long conversation. A a it he summoned Maurice Bok a ski reporter of the budget who Host prominently mentioned As a Esi it a to finance minister de Las Urfe. The it a bulletin axe filed at 8 30 Jis votes to 2 for the Letcher Man. In the democratic primary Bates was Defeated again polling Only 42 vote in. Daily by the associated pres Ali not Cloudy 24 Road fair. Grand Forks Cloudy. 30 roads rough Aberdeen Clear 28 roads fair. A Fitchell Clear 35 read.? fair. Against 198 for Cherry. House a beaten by Beck in the democratic primary and by Jones in the Farmer labor primary in his race for Congress. Finals in Hanson Sioux fall Clear. 33 roads fair. Alexi Dria s. A. Alar 27.�?sixteen Pierre Clear. 28 Road fair. I precincts the total in Hanson county. Afan Kato Clear. 42 roads fair. I gave Johnson. 231 Coolidge. 236. Winona Clear Light a h. 42 roads for senator. Mcmaster ,317 Ster a though the ship biscuit is no longer the necessity it used to 10 hip Ever sets sail without a a vote of biscuits. A a heavy. St. Cloud Clear 49 roads fair. Huron Clear. 31 Road fair. Duluth Clear. 42 roads fair. Ling 137. For state superintendent of Public instruction Shaw. 143 St John. 209. In the democratic path Earle. For publican nomination for county treasurer or Englund received a total of 450 votes to 336 for Sieok. J. Q. Anderson Defeated Martin strand in the race for the party endorsement for the state Senate the vote was Anderson 221 Martin strand. 66. N. Bank Robbi it Fargo. N. P., mar. 27 a the Templeton state Bank at Temvik n. A. Watertown. Clear 32, fair. U s. Senator Bates 35 Cherry l. Was burglarized last night according to an announcement made this noon by w. Ala Fadden Secretary of the North Dakota state Bankers association. The amount taken has not yet been ascertained or Mac Fadden said. Merchants using classified and realizing that the evening Republican has an unusual number of readers in Central South Dakota merchants outside of Mitchell Are using the classified columns of the Republican. It will pay you to read the classified and Page. See if your local merchant does no to have some exceptional values to offer you. A in Central South Dakota nearly every. One reads the Republican a rings Aid h#4 had known Damon for a number of year and had gone with him to the Chicago convention. Said he Quot bought them All. A a we went to a room in one of Tho continued Tho witness. A who told me Harding would be nominated the next Day and that it had Cost him a million Dollar. He said he had paid $250.000 to Boies Penrose and in a conversation it was brought out in some Way i will not be perfectly Clear about it that it was Agre a by air. Daugherty. Will he named somebody else from Ohio that he would be Secretary of the Interior. He said it i Dall been settled. He said or. Daugherty a at first in favor of senator fall for the position hut that he id bought them All Over hut that it a Cost him a lot of Money to do it. I 4at is about Al i know of a i understand tha or. Hament told you t a in Tho a Keup of the Cabinet of or Harding said senator Spencer. Republican Assour Quot that or Daugherty a o favor of or. a yes but that to had Hall arranged that he or Hamer a to be Secretary of the a to get Public a do you think a1 the infer nation he gave you turned out. With the Sam degree of Cor a Ness As has to a Quot a that was the whole Deal and that was what he expected to get it a to. Replying to inquiries from senator Dill. Democrat Washington Jenning said a a Quot re h Anion i wanted me to head one of Iii companies. Re said the Democrat Hafl not left much of the Public land but that he would get tile rest of Quot did tie speak about the Ell reserves a Quot re Aid Public lands Nething that i oui remember about Oil in Enez he Aid Money had been very potent in Washington a in the outlying dlr Tref it of the United states. Quot i Hare talked ult Neaple in Oklahoma about Ramon a expectations and i do not think he kept it from Jennings takes stand Washington d. mar 27.�?#rt a Al Jennings former Tain robber to it a the Oil committee today Jake Hamon had told him at Chicago in 1929 the Warren Harding a to he nominated an president and that ii had Cost Damon $1,999,999. Of this aum $259,999 Wert to Tho late senator Penrose of Penna Tranfa. Jennings said by was told by Damon who was Republican National committeeman for Oklahoma. Quot Hamon a id he gave $25,990 to Harry of Daugherty Quot terming added Quot anybody a Dsa Quot a asked senator Dot Democrat Washington Quot yes $25,999 to will Hay a Jennings a Aid he was intimate Ith the late take Hamon Republican National committeeman for Oklahoma a it and attended the Chicago convention with him. Quot did Yon have any Cen Vera Alonsi Ith afr tin Mon before going to Chi a Page Leo

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