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same is true of more than half the
states In the union, because of the
ancient provisions in the revenue
sections of the constitution. Tho
'. first step to these or any other re
forms lies in freeing the hands of
the legislature so that it can use its
t commdn-sense in matters of taxa
tion. Tho next great need is a
knowledge of how our tax system
$ works. At present it is no one's
Dusmess to gatner sucn icnowieage
and it isn't gathered. If we want to
know the yield of railroad taxes in
the state we have to write to the
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railroad companies; if we want to
Icnow the yield of the inheritance
law we havo to write to each county
treasurer in the state. No ono can
tell so simple a thing as the aver
age rate of taxation in the state.
"Who knows what the poll tax yields;
or how much is raised for tho vari
ous governments in the state; or for
the highways? We are much con
corned, and properly so, over publi
city of campaign expenses; but we
need publicity in matters of revenue
and taxation as well. No par of the
affairs of state needB more accurate
and constant care than tho tax sys
tem and its operation; hardly any
receives so little attention. Till
this is changed we can hardly ex
pect to develop a well rounded
system of taxation.
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242 &. 19th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
Doctor C. W. Richardson, ap
pointed by the money trust com
mittee to examine William Rocke
feller, met the oil trust magnate at
Miami, Florida. Ho reported that
Mr. Rockefeller was afflicted as his
physicians had certified.
Judge Holt, in the federal court
at- New York, dismissed the writ of
habeas corpus asked by Castro, for
mer president of Venezuela. Secre
tary Nagel will personally examine
into Castro's right to enter this
Mrs. Taft entertained tho widows
of two presidents, Mrs. Benjamin
Harrison and Mrs. Grover Cleveland.
Representative Henry George, jr.,
of New York, is ill, and upon recom
mendation of his physician, will go
to Sicily for a rest.
Gen. P. H. Barry of Greeley, Neb.,
has been appointed governor of the
national soldiers' home at Sawtello,
Cal. Ho is a democrat.
Freo ri'i ort as to J atentnblllty Illurtruted Guide
Book, and List of Inventions Wanted, mit free.
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An Associated Press dispatch
says: Edward Holton James, an
American citizen and editor of the
Paris Liberator, pleaded before Sec
retary Nagel for Edward- P. Mylius,
a journalist, who is threatened with
deportation from Ellis Island bo
cause he was convicted in London
of libeUng King Gcorgo V.
In defense of his friend Mr. James
told the secretary of commerce and
labor that Mylius had been convicted
of a political offense and not a crime
Involving moral turpitude.
A special immigration board of
inquiry at New York hold that the
criminal libel of a king was a crime
involving moral turpitude, which,
under the immigration laws, bars an
alien from entry to America.
Mr. James contended that If there
was any offense it was sedition, to
which the immigration laws offer
Mr. Nagel promised to give a
Tho libelous story was that King
George contracted a morganatic
marriage with a daughter of Admiral
( Seymour in Malta.
"I wrote it, and I now affirm it,"
said Mr. James. "I have spent
months in Investigating it and I am
satisfied of its truth."
Mylius' offense consisted merely
of distributing in London the maga
zine containing the story.
Secretary Nagel has ordered the
deportation of Edward F. Mylius,
tho newspaper man, who was con
victed in London of libeling King
George, Referring to this decision,
an Associated Press dispatch says:
Tho cabinet official hold that Mylius'
offense was a crlmo involving moral
turpitude, which barred his admis
sion to tho shores of this country.
He denlod the contention that it was
a purely political crime oxcoptcd by
tho statutes. Only appeal to tho
courts can now Btay Mylius' depor
tation. "I can not nssumo," said Secre
tary Nagel in his decision, "that a
law which excludes anarchists and
persons who advocato the overthrow
of tho government or the assassina
tion of public officials was intended
to admit the publisher of a faiso
charge of bigamy simply because he
advances a political purpose or mo
tive for the act, or because the faloo
charge was directed against a king,
among others, or because the court
in which tho trial was held regarded
tho political aspect of tho case as
an aggravation of tho offense."
President Taft will spend tho first
month after his retirement as presi
dent on March 4 as tho guest of the
city of Augusta, Ga., after which ho
will tako up his residence at New
Tho house of representatives in
committee adopted an amendment to
the postofilco bill vacating tho re
cent executive order placing fourth
class postoffices on the civil service
list and also tho order of 1910 plac
ing clerks and assistant postmasters
in first and second-class offices under
civil service rules.
A dispatch to tho Louisville
Courier-Journal says: By the ruling
of Speaker Chanrp Clark that tho
amendment was out of order, a
second effort to deny liquor adver
tisements tho privileges of -the mail
in dry districts was defeated. The
house also defeated tho amendment
taking fourth-class postmasters and
second-class assistants off tho civil
A bill Introduced by Senator Root
amending the canal act by eliminat
ing the provision exempting Ameri
can vessels from tolls will reopen
the entire question now at Issue with
A conference of western senators,
held at Washington, resulted in tho
decision to write a letter asking
President-elect Wilson to appoint a
far-western man secretary of the
A bill providing for tho increase
of the United States supremo court
from nine to eleven members was
introduced in the senate by Senator
Gore, of Oklahoma.
.A dispatch to the Washington
Herald says: After teing advised
by its own medical expert that Wil
liam Rockefeller's condition will
permit his examination "for an hour
or two," the Pujo committee decided
to tako his testimony regarding the
organization of Amalgamated Cop
per in 1901 and other financial epi
sodes. This resolution was adopted
by the committee by a ote of seven
to one, Representative Pujo taking
the view that Mr. Rockefeller's con
dition would not safely permit his
examination. Upon considering the
testimony of Dr. C. W. Richardson
the committee did not require Mr.
Rockefeller to appear before the full
committee in Washington, but the
chairman and counsel were directed
to notify counsel for Mf. Rockefel
ler that they had been empowered to
arrange for such examination at
such time and place as may be
agreed upon by the committee.
Women favorable to woman
suffrage from all parts of New York
will march "on to Washington"
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