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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator f we1x8boko wednesday february 19, 1919. T relieved of Catarrh Dae to la Grippe thanks to Peruna mrs Laura Berberick 69 years old of 1205 Willow Are., Hoboken n. J., writes four years ago i had a Breeze attack of la Grippe. After my sickness i troubled with hoarseness and slime in the head and Throat and was told i had i took some Medicine but without much Benefit. Every Winter for four years i have bad Lagrippe lost Winter three the Catarrh grew worse. I could not he Down or sleep at night. Was always troubled pain 1m Tey Keek terrible headache every morning when i woke up and had no blood. I cot Penuli Calendar la a Flash my native language Aad i read it through every testimony and then i boat rat Kottle of to Day i can truthfully testify that Peruta a beae flt to me. It has Fnu blood met Atrev ctr. T can lie Down and Alep without being troubled i have no pain headache or noise in my head i have in Wicht three pounds which i think is Good for my an. I will be years old next summer. I have used Peruna since i started in february and i use it yet. I feel cheerful and Happy pen Umu it will in or and i recommend it to those who need of Tablet form for Sale everywhere Twenty fire cents Well spent. Only is cents will for a 25-word Adlo till Coliann one week 39 cents will Earry a 35-word and and so on. Thousands of people will read it and maybe some will respond just As some will to this and. And Drem of Tutor Wellsboro. Estate of Jerome b. Sample better of on the estate of a bomb b Sample late of Wellsboro Tio to county i a., deceased Baring Beon granted to Ernest h. Green of Wellsboro a by the Register of sold county notice ii hereby or Len to All persons indebted to said estate to the name at once and All persons Baring claims against said estate Are requested to present the same to the onders orned. Ernest h. Green feb. A 1919-Gt, administrator. Estate of William m. Fish. Of administration on the estate of William m. Fish late of Jackson town Toga county pr., deceased having been granted to Nancy flab of Trow Bridge pa., by the Register of said county notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to sold estate to the same at once and All persons having claims against estate Are requested to present the to the undersigned Nancy fish Jan 15, 1919-ct administer matrix. Estate of Jennie l. Bartlett. Letters of administration on the estate of Jennie l. Bartlett late of Tioga to logs county in deceased having been granted to David Bartlett of Toga a. B d. 3, by the Register of said county notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the same at once and All persons having claims against estate Are requested to present the to the David Bartlett. Job 22, i919-6t administrator. Estate of Watson d. Reese. Letters of administration on the estate of d. Zekser late of Charleston township Toga county pa., deceased hav Tonz been granted to Barbara m. Reese of Willsboro. Pa., it. D., by the Register of said county notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said estate to the at once and All persons having claims against said estate Are requested to present the same to the undersigned Barbara m. Reese. Jan 29. 1919 by administer matrix. Estate of Chauncey r. Crawford. Letters testament try on the estate of chaunce1 h Cut Awford late of Law rence Tionta county. 1 a decease having been granted to mid Darpli of in Fri no evilly. Pauj the Reg ister of said i , notice is hereby Given to poll persons indebted to said p8tate to the s.imt1 it oct and All persons hav no to Lams against said estate Are requested to t to i but the same to the undersigned. Villard Middaugh. I Rte 5, fit executor. Application for charter. Notice is hereby Given that in Applit i tic will it tude to the governor of i eur on monday the third Day of March at one o clock p in., r it Mcl Sruv. Be incr l gee. Bert West h. N Palmer to. X Ames Geo w Dick ins ii to Impi liter m w Pinter r in Wiluin Claude Summit is ind others Undi r the act of Assefu Lily an act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of Certa r. Approved april 3.874, and the supplements thereto Fin tiie h. Trier of an intended corporation to lie ailed Midlil Buiu products Pom , the and object of who. I 11 the in vial ind is Lilac it nil retail of any products in i Ulitin Nii k , Argi nil fruit1-. For the in. hire of tin mine in any in Ful Iii Lilii i prod i t. 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Nil i l provi a l in of not to tits tin is lion i finl Ilell a Ali lit Iti Diri of our if o it it l i tin Tali of i vi1 Pinon t cite in i to of s r it warrant no. 2300 thence South along said warrant s East line 332.4 perches to the Southeast Corner of said warrant an old Hemlock Tience along said warrant West 184 perches to n Post in the East line of lands of the r. B. Rice estate thence North along Gaid estate unit along the East line of lot no. 28 hereinafter described 20fl perches to a White Pine the Northeast Cor Ner of said lot no. 28 thence West along said lot no. 28. 160 perched to lot no. 27 thence North along lot no. 27 about 30 perches to the Northeast Corner thereof thence South 71 degrees West along lot 27, 130.2 perches to lot no. 29 thence North along lot no. 29 and the Falkner lot perches to the North line of warrant no. 2300 thence East along said North line 480.3 perches to the place of beginning contain ing 614.7 acres being part of warrant no. 2300. Lot no. 23 to be sold As the property of Martha b. Huson suit of Knoxville banking co. 5. Also All the Gran tors interest in Thoie three lots of land situate in Bald township of Gaines. Known and designated a lots nos. 27, 28 and 29, containing respectively 83 and 75-160 acres and 9 acres All in warrant no. 2300, bounded and described follows beginning at a Post standing in the Public Road where the same Rosnes the line of warrant no. 2300, the Northwest Corner of lot no 29 thence northeasterly along said Public Road to the West line of lot no. 23. Billings estate thence Routh along said lot no. 23, 48 perches to North line of said lot no. 27 thence North 71 degrees East along said lot no. 27 thence South along lot no. 27 about 30 perches to the North line of lot no. 28 thence East along said North line 160 perches to a White Pine the Northeast Corner of mild lot no. 28. And being North 208 perches from the South line of warrant no. 2300 on a line running North from the Southeast Corner of the r. B Rice lot then a South still along lot no. 23. 100 perches to South East Corner of lot no. 28 thence West along the r. B. Rice estate 160 perches to a Stone Corner North along lands of said estate 32 perches to the Houth line of lot no. 27 thence South. To degrees West along the South line of lot no 27, 181 7 perches to the West line of warrant no. 2300 thence North along said warrant line 92 perches to the place of beginning containing 192 acres and 75 perches to be sold As the prop erty of Martha b Huson suit of Knoxville banking co. R. Also All Gran tors interest in that tract of land situate in said township of Gaines bounded and described As follows begin Ning it the Northeast Corner of warrant no. 2365 thence South along said warrant 1070 perches to a Stone Corner thence West 557 perches to a Post thence South along lands of c. L. Potts 140 perches to a Post and a White Pine tree the ice West 03 perches to a Post thence South still along lands of said c. Potts 87 perches to a Post in the warrant line thence Stih South 23 perches to a Post Corner thence West 174 0 perches to a Post thence North 110 perches to n fallen White Oak Corner thence nest along Pott lands 140 perches to a Post thence North 140 perches to a Porat thenis Eust along lands of said c. L Pott 180 perches to a Post thence North perches to a Post in the North line of said warrant no 2305 thence along said Norta Hue East 224 perches to the place of begin Ning containing acres. More or less being parts of warrants nos. 230.ri and 2348. William will Lucic warrantee improved with four Fraino dwelling houses a Frame barn a Frame tipple a powder House and some other buildings thereon. To he sold As the property of Martha a Huson suit of kno Yvie banking co. 7 defendant s life estate in the follow ing described prone Rev a that certain lot tract or parcel of land in Nelson Lio Rouch. Tioga county. Pennsylvania bounded Anil described As follows beginning at the Southeast Corn r of mrs Cor Fri Loop lot thence Aloner Thot mrs George Loop lot North. Decrees East. Perches to the Center of the Road thence along tin1 said Road North 7 j Derret s Oast s perches Lii tioi1 Lonc the parsonage lot North ti1- decrees cast. ,10 perches the North est. 8 perches. Thence Aloniz lauds of Calvin s. B North. H a degrees East. 152 pen lies tin Nee Amonjr lands of a Ltd h armm now Benson hour cd month decrees , 03 perches ten Nic along 1 kinds of to r. Ila Lett Softli. A nest. Chi i rein s to the in stir of the her ten lion tin us to tin plaice of in Cimring Ai res of Hind More or Jess ind in intr same Loi Micil i ,7olin ir.i7lctr and wife to win Arntt Byrtil june 1871. 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I i u to Kin Riff a dragnet for world news flotsam and jetsam of live in Terest caught from the wires and boiled Down. Late Domestic intelligence important happenings in the forty eight state of the at the Cable Ohki Vod Fri Hon at Fendell n Mcmo Imil son ice1 in Paris. In London a Servile held in abbe s Latof Henry cab of Lodge delivered h Iii Motilal Ora Tion in the Hall of representatives in peace bulletins the commission which the plan of the league of nations has so far advanced its work that it listened to the first rending of he draft. Strong efforts Are being made to bring together the divergent views of president Wilson and the French As to the policy to be pursued toward j Germany in connection with the Exten i Slon of the armistice terms. the americans take the View that the germans Are economically helpless now and that with the economic weapon in the hands of the allies they can Force the germans to sign within ten Days if necessary. An official announcement says the draft of the league of nations virtually has been completed. The supreme War Council has adopted a Resolution uttered by president Wilson for an economic commission of civilians to pass on questions of finance food blockade and raw materials that May during the term of the armistice. General March said the Speed of de mobilization would depend upon the Quantity of transport shipping available. He defended conditions at Brest France is i stating that the submarine be retained As a naval weapon when the question of its future comes before the league of nations. Failure of German to turn Over As agreed under previous armistice conditions it is understood May result in the imposition of severer terms. As one of these. It is declared. Marshal Foch will demand the occupation of Essen Germany s great Muni Tion Center by the allies. I of conditions it the rent in nip in direst is demanded by United Stales Lemnois who insight that there shall be no whitewashing in the report. Or. John u. Molt in in address de clares the y. M. R. A. Has saved the lives and sanity of Many thousands of soldiers and that it welcomes any Hon est criticism Secretary Daniels orders plans pared and materials assembled for an air plane voyage across the Atlantic. Seymour l. Gnu an insurance and Stock broker of new York was fined 1150 and sentenced to 30 Days imprisonment for failure to file his tax return. War department reports health con s j Jit ions in the army at Home continue forming i to improve. Deaths from ills were one half of the previous week. Senate by a vote of 37 to 33 went on record As not in favor of senator John Ion s Resolution of withdrawing Amer ican troops from France. House agricultural committee to Bill providing capital to Farmer for wheat. Of world s news in condensed form j Huston Thompson. New member of the fed Trade commission. Huston Thompson of Denver col., who has been made a member of the Federal Trade commission succeed William j. Harris new senator from Georgia. I Washington Secretary Glass asks Congress to Cresp the Victory Liberty loan from five billion to ten billion dollars and permit the issuance at the same time of non circulating Treasury certificates to the extent of ten billion dollars. The woman suffrage amendment was Defeated in the Senate by a vote of 55 to 29, a margin of one. The bulk of the opposition came from Southern democrats. the Revenue Bill was reported to the Senate. I the situation due to unemployment i steadily grows worse and now Are Idle throughout the country. there will be no changes in design of the Navy ships the government is to construct. It is held the War has demonstrated the present Type of Battle Craft cannot he bettered. Express the Hope the semite will restore the provision stricken out by the House for experiments with zeppelins. They see a great future for i Jitter than air Craft. The War Revenue Bill is by the 310 to 311. It roes to the Senate where its final is Usami Ivett. The Lui Luay brotherhoods through i a sign Kemin offer a Kugge Buosi for the Viik tue in of the railway problems by i urn the properties Over equip Lees who would operate them Foi i lie Federal government. I tubers of the c in dirt have asked i be Dent Wilson 10 name n peace in Board in the Hope that it will i Ible in prices to a level. I Loh sur Jeo Rize 1 Heiton social Domi Tiiu and William Allen White editor lire named As Ameri Ca Ili the Peai e conceit Nice Itu Simins sit i i i imps islands one half the draft of Hie society of n.unhi-. Inis been completed dispatch from i sources received in London states that j Japan is urging China not to reveal her secret treaties and demanding 1 China work in Harmony with Japan at the peace conference under threat of financial pressure attempting to Clear Berlin streets of vendors of stolen goods government had frequent encounters with a mob and sir persons were killed and fourteen wounded. Coun Sel for Armour it co., announced that the five big packers were ready to accept Federal regulation. Dispatch from Paris says there is a movement to Transfer the peace conference to some Neutral country unless France ceases her obstructive new train bearing 54 undesirable aliens i. W. W. Agitators and bolshevik from Seattle Denver and Chicago to for Deporta Tion to their native lands arrived. Jeneral strike officially the decision to Call off the strike was reached by the general committee after a Long conference. Is recaptured by the ukrainians from the reds. Rhine will be made International River to be kept an open artery for Trade of nations of the world. Suffrage fails in Senate by one vote final test at present Congress session results in defeat of House Resolution. Sheriff s sales. M n i i i Kinin i i 1 i Iii Roll i my 11 i Iilah in of k my irmi1 t i i u. I in to in l i t i i n f ii l try my i in n. I la Lif i i in. 1jt. I i l is to for Jit. F "111 . R t inf f it. I ii nil. Mut no i i1 1ib1ii. 1 i 11 Riv Mil 11 t Deli to. 1 m r in i. To 1" v inn tin t t in to i Snail Fimi term ii in nil of j 1 inv i k if Iii in 1 t of bin in to in of ruin Cirn inc it i Orr r if ii a i my in j i m i i Nannc m Sil l t women suffering from nervousness and sick headache latitude Low spirits and loss of appetite will find Reed strength brighter looks better health and clearer complexion shy using Beecham s pills. They give you the very help you need and Are a natural Aid to the stomach liver bowels and blood. Gentle and positive in action without any disagreeable after effects use Beedles Pius . Of in work. In torn 10c. 2sc general 1 in of m a s. M 21 r h him 11 to 1 in if in of we print no i off the line of per Rufi to attic plur if . Raul none w m in a Raj. Lot no 22. Prtrt of no 2300 to sort is to Rico Prrter of suit of knit Lluc Binal no 4 also in other lot of in mid War runt to 2300 in forc Wilt. The Corner of mid com Chichester s pills Ortr. Attn Lhotan a Tram. Cilia sold w i a diet arrived at Iuan Innamo for the innit no Spring Nii nemers 1 v i in in Finis uni rounding up All members Adili aled with the i w and u in Are Kiyoun to he anarchists in hem deported of the meat Indusi he a in Sirlei Ivial coins Mission represent ing podmers meat Pinkers and con Simitis would be approved h the Ket s pull Insixi or icons for Hie of location of taxis tinder the new Hill while will he Sis Tieti i l silent upon his relic to were sent out to internal Revenue Colb i lors june rail strike uht h Nas in Prog Ress in Siatt e for the As Cuil i a Pleil off link i Lem so so Jned articles to meet less for the Eit lit boxing h Ltd Poi ship n of 310 to 11 the House a feet six hours discussion Aice pled the 11 v Enne Bill additional credits of s7." to itch and too to Werp in noticed Iho Lull to dioxide n Bushel for Lii i Intro tired in the House in of the c of untie on ii Turc mar de Al Torion chief of Oer nmn j run s in 01 k lest Joes to Eirini in Indin de to in Asmi to Heflin Irenn it Iii spite the i t hint in Ltd a stolen sit a Neu while Hoopii hires on n retune t i Peivie of Idit Lons n let fee Mir a than r million tons of shipping for world a comm prep. Of nut Commerce Irr for Twenty one million tons Thron Chont America and in euro Roosevelt memorial Day the bitter disappointment of anxious suffragists who thronged the galleries the Senate by a vote of to again Defeated the Resolution for the woman suffrage amendment to the Constitution de spite the urgent cabled appeals president Linoir the bulb of Southern democrats declined to support the measure. The vote Means that All Fipp of adopting the suf fudge Resolution in this Congress is gone senator Jones of new Mexico in charge of the Resolution admitted thai there was no fur ther Chance of pulling it through add that doubt the next he publican Congress would adopt it. Afler the defeat of the Resolution de socials who had supported it did not hesitate to express their keen Dis appointment. The of the South Ern democrats to Loipl Wini the de sire of Llie i Rosie till the Felt Wotila mean that the 1 Leino cratic party s Hopes Al the Ali in election were App re cd fill Hurt some went far As to say thin the parly i Onart not Hope to retrieve itself. It Means he certain defeat of the Denio tiits m 1 i to sind one demo cratic Leader the lie publicans will adopt the Ros Lulion and the women of the four give them full cred it for it the democrats have perpetrated a stupid Tiiu in defeating the Resolution the vote cime Afler half an hour of debate i p to Hie Lime of Roll Call the suffrage propion nos held to be Hope Tomt at the Hist minute enough Voles would be win or to adopt it. Hut on Roll Call n was found the semite stood exam where it did two months ago. One Vole Short of the Nee two thirds of those voting the vote last deter hot of loan Anasis of Hie vote shows that Hud All the who were paired in enable to vote the result would have been to to a blah would have left the oui Conie just is it Toni without them one Short of the requisite two to bldg Otheni i Miro. Voted for l p Resolution Fis Gal not ten when it was voted upon in i he new advocate Vas 1 Ollok of South Carolina Sinator of Itu i sin Ria n to the suffrage prop Iii its in a he told the rennet int. A Vilh he hnr1 worked to Jet women through the 1 cd Lalure As b slate Mph Stirp he opposed no King it Stirt of the i in ral Constitution the Fri Obi in Dein frats in per opposition us i Fine upon lire Hugu Ini it Tufit wot Niin gift rare ought o he f by the Sintef Thuv feared Rhine the negro women the vote a Sto Nenni having it the . Is g thing More interested in imports than Ever now he willing to a blk Tuch to the nine of by Ninsi u Lille Hoppy for a match at bal Kline billiards no holds barred Hugh High of the new York Ameri can club hag been restored to standing in organized Paris Rhine Ter Flory will not be taken from Germany. It now certain that the Rhine in one of the Waterways of Europe that Wilt be internationalized and Eon trolled by the league of nations. Extreme secrecy is hedging the deliberations of the peace conference on the formation of a society of tattoos. The american commission is urging that an questions be submitted the supreme court of the society of nations. This principle is said to be la a fair Way of being accepted by oth ers. Great Britain on account the extent and character of its Empire is Likely to have More controversies than either France or the United states is opposing the principle of making arbitration of All questions at Issue compulsory. The British Dele Gates argue that the nations should have the privilege of asking mediation As Well As arbitration. Mediation is not necessarily binding. France has been objecting to arbitration on the ground the league should have behind it the Power that could enforce the league s decisions and be Strong enough to maintain the peace of the world against any Power seek ing to disturb it. Now it is Felt Here that the United states commission is not in a position to pledge America to guarantee this Force As Congress is the Only american body authorized to order the employment of Force. William Allen White and professor George is Herron have been chosen As the american delegates to Confer with the representatives of the rus Sian factions on princes Island. Professor Herron is a York socialist who has been living in Switzer land for years. William Allen White is widely known in the United states As a progressive Kansas newspaper editor Ami Muihor. Marshall offers american Creed. Washington vice president Marshall in a speech at the National press club the As semele to newspaper men to sub Mil in the people of the United Stales through the newspapers a new american Creed. He said i believe there is no Justin Tea ton in n government where off dais Are elected and Laws Fiade by the people for a Man oily to threaten bloodshed Ami anarchy unless the a Morit shall submit to the will of the minority i Bull Evl that Amanca be Longs to Amer ii in a live and Tali Iralue. Who Are willing to seek redress for their grievances in and constitutional a luvs. And i believe that All others should he Tut ight peacefully if we inn and foil Bly if we must that our country is not an International Hoard ing House i o an anarchist cafe. "1 pledge to the sup port of these principles my voice h vote and if need be by my Fortune and life and i Promise my country to train my children in this most holy Faith six billion War Bil adopted measure seeded up As it Means More Rev Enue from profiteers. House vote is 310 to 11. Senate Post office appropriation and provides for ministers of new nations Washington. Congress made considerable Progress in Clearing up its legislative program with the following action the House by a vote of 810 to 11, adopted the conference report of the Revenue Hill. The Senate without a record vote passed the Post office appropriation Bill carrying and Broyld ing for Road bul Diug in the next three years. The Senate appropriation commit tee at the request of president Wil son made provision in the diplomatic and consular Bill for ministers to the new czechoslovak nation and to Poland. Chairman lever introduced a Bill appropriating to main Tain the government s guarantee for the 1918 and 1919 wheat crops. Chair Man Dent announced the Honse Mili tary committee Hail completed the army appropriation Bill. The adoption by he House of the conference report on the Revenue Bill followed a five hour perfunctory Dis Cussion most of which was devoted to explaining the differences Between the measure As it passed the House and was changed by the Senate. One or two members voiced a protest against alleged extravagance in the expenditure of government funds others sounded a note of caution against Reck less expenditure but not a dissenting voice was heard upon the proposition that this Bill is necessary in order to meet expenditures incurred in Conse Quence of the War. The measure will be brought up in the Senate where it is believed it will be approved after a Short debate. The signature of the president will await his return from Paris. Meantime the Treasury department is preparing forms to be sent out for making up returns and the actual collection of the Revenue will begin March 15. The principal speech on the Mil was made by representative Kitchin Democrat chairman of the ways and Means committee. He announced at the outset that while he thought the Bill was an improvement Over the measure As it passed the House he believed it was a mistake to reduce the revenues below the original figure of when he told the members that an agreement had been reached by him and senator Simmons Democrat of North Carolina to put through a joint Resolution repealing the luxury taxes he was applauded by the House. Or. Kotchm charged there had been propaganda to defeat the Bill and have tuxes levied under the existing jaw. This attempt he denounced in severest terms. If we were to Levy taxes now under the existing said or. Al Teliin. It would mean a Clear gift to War profiteers of during the three years of the War Industrial concerns made a profit of the defeat of this Bill would mean that the United states steel corporation would be freed from paving in taxes that the companies in the slim Liing Oil Trust would evade s in the Bethlehem steel company s1g Anil the four great packing houses s20.000.000, because that is the difference Between they will in taxes on this Bill Neil what they would pity under existing or Kitchin predicted that the bonded indebtedness of this count re will reach 000.000 my mated that in his opinion Congress will be asked fur legislation authorizing another Bond Issue later in the next Congress Irvin s. Cobb. New Chevalier of legion of Honor. Irrin s. Cobb author and has been made a Chevalier of French legion of Honor. Asks an increase for Liberty loan Secretary of Treasury wants Bond Issue authorization raised to seeks authority to not mat than of continue body for year after peace. Foreign i agree on Jersey Tunnel. Republicans favor appropriation of million for Start n he Puhlin in lenders of the Letri in lure just nun Oil upon in of Irth Umio n new York s Simre of the int enl Cost of hip inf tic Tunnel he Wren Upu York and it 1" Findl Tinnil upon the dirtion of n Sinai fir Tinio Pitit to new it i not r Ted that the Cost to the inter exr Peci s6.000.000 plot to feed Germany. Amerlyn Worth selred by British. What the hrs Tanh fat Torpy the neral Desor Hes As the most est pen Julve Ami carefully or Jinn Ufa Effort to Supply the rent Rel empires with vet exposed mine up in tie courts the fool Stufer Are at and were font noned in re Lumenta a ppr tort of is fourteen were Pingaj fed in attempt it Limtt of ill. I in c i Kilili Lack Fiona i Jilin to i in i on Lili ii in if in is i i to Lisle i poll i Elf 1 Iii i l i la i la Piess Mil cer Liui i run Ali Nulli run ill Lull s persons Simc Killil inn Fons injured in Sparta 1111 riots pm l Kimii i. 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I p is de ii i i it to i Llo till 01 i a i Oil triple Vond Iii to hone Iii omit me in null it insists Tufit trip final Rome of the 5 ear he a fade n Hetwin the is tier than a two i Hnnry Ted affair Only of Harvard nil Yela. Glass Congress to increase the amount of Liberty Bonds authorized but unissued to approximately and give him Broad to the interest rate and other terms of the Victory Liberty loan to be floated late in april. He also sought Penn to Slon to Issue not More than of Treasury notes within Tyve years and asked that Thuc War finance he authorized for one year after the do clip ration of peace to make commercial Loans exports to facilitate fore run Trade. In a letter to chairman Kitchin of the House ways and Means c oink it tee Secretary Glass outlined the Broa policies which the Treasury Hopes w follow in dealing with War Loans and other National financial subjects of readjustment period. The Secretary Mim led a Draff of a Bill which would carry out the treat Ury s recommendations specifically this Bill would Ai to Teplish the follow ing results raise from o the authorization for Victor Liberty loan and permit Treasury to it term in part of this sum should he mild. Permit these rent re of the Treft sury to determine interest rates on maturing within Ion or the next Liberty loan in cad of limiting to 4 4. As in the present Law. Permit the Issue of not More than Sinf interest hearing non Ein film Iii notes a Turl tics Fiona one to Jems. These might he sold along Honda of the Victory Libert loan Llie Issue of Lions notes at n Premium exempt sin Ings from ii Oliie sur taxi on t r on the Sein iary of the treas author it to Deler nine the tax i eau Pinion in Respi. T to future issues of Bonds and notes and to enlarge tax exemptions of to Sim Libert Bonds in the of Similis. Lii to for to Xiv Lionila mid not Opi n the Armlie of a tuerling 4 percent Lilbern Imi ids into 4s thai a Rulof note Illier a ii tit so Naitil fund Foi n ii Ieni it of War Deb pm find tin Anil 01 in of Hie Al Nanco Orpo Rati ii to Pei Mil i in make id tvs in Aid of a i ii .111 i inn Pierce supplementing tin id Given h Treasur on dire i i. Is o Allied Gor eni ments ind in .1 rerun Long tie of Dein mils for Sulci Loans. I Ein it us of Loans to allies Tutei the axe input from i in. Oin sir and prot is taxes ill is sin of Libei j and Bonds of the klan in or por Atlon held abroad a the reason for Iskeni Sut h Ulde author it to Delern Hie terms of the Victor Libert Hrin up cretan explained Iti his to or kit. Bin that he could not determine this far in Athance in Atli Thiru because the countr uns i h s tic of to Intreri Lal and n adjust mint Nhat the terms should i in f not Hep More it in theits Surv for Congress to i f before Jil March 4 the vhf torn my loan could not be issued sic i is full. That lil Tiei Helm Muhln the tons imposed existing or Ilass Itu Yang no he Iii incl activity will not set it. He . Until the of Minlu it in rep in it arcs have replied big Navy plan blocked. Three year plan called new Legisla Tion dropped the group of of till a nov in n mid opponents to ment of the i till up face is Coo eluded held Tempo or Victory in the when the three Jear Hullt cram in the form advocated by Wilson eliminated from the Bill by a Point of order rat i by James r Mann e.o4 by representative presiding. Jews paper i

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