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LANDIS CASE COMES
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Only One 3lember Is Ileard o Speak
WVashinogton, Febi. 21.---The right of
a federalI jiudge to) akcept outs ide em-.
ployment while serving on the bench
wa4s shatrply queist ioned by miembiers of'
the H-ouse judiciary commit tee today
in cons idering iminpeach mentI charges
against .1 udge Ken'esaw~ Mountain
A fter lIep-sent ative Welty, Dcm
iocrat. ofI (Ohiio, hadl outlined the
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groulids oi whichli he asked for the
impeachment of Judge Landis because
of his $42,500 a year contract as su
preme arbiter of organized baseball,
members insisted that the committee
should go thoroughly into the case.
With this inl view, Chairman Polstead
aniinoune(l that the questlen would be
taken up Wednesday.
It will be left entirely for the comn
Imiittee, composed exclusively of law
yers, to decide whether there is suf
ticient ground to justify presentation
of the case to the Ii ouse of Repre
senta tives. Should the Hlouse vtte to
inipeatch, thle Senate woul sit as the
IRepublicans EI.xpress Opposit ion
Thrlee lRepublican members of the
comm iiittee, liepresenta tire Hu Lst ed, of
New Yiork; Goodkoontz, of Wes5t Vir.
ginia, andi Boise', of Iowa, op)enly cx
lpessedl opposito to t1Ihe double serv
ice of the jiudge.
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Mr. 1Husted declared that accept
ance of so large an outside salary
was "outrageous," but insisted the
committee should have facts on which
to draw an indictment.
Mr. Boise thought the judge might
he forced by public opinion to quit
Mr. Goodkoontz said that if .Judge
Landis' course was legally and moral
ly proper, there was nothing to pre
vent the meat packers or others em
ploying a man on the bench to look
after their interests while still act
ing as judge.
Asked to e xplain why .Judlge Lanidis
had heen picked by organized baseball
to sit as arbiter, Mr. Welty presented
a letter from Chicago which purported
o quote one of the magnates ats say
ng that Landis, as a private citizen,
meant nothing to baseball, but that
La ndis as a judge meant everything.
Mr. WVelty was emphatie in the as
sert ion that this was the real basis
for h1is app~ointment.
Would Cure "Evil Condition."
Some committee members expressed1'(
the v'iew that wvhile the committee
mnight not vote to impeach, the charges
sible cenisure or criticism. 1t also
was said1 that Mr. Welty's bill mak
in git. unlawful for a federal judge
oiiareelt any pay except that al
lowed h im by the government. prob
ably would he rep~ortedl out with a ree
oilmenltion for speedy eniacie t.
Thiis, they sa id, would cure the ''evil
cond~lit ion" mnentionued by. Mr. Welty
'The only defense of .Judge Landis
was m ade~ by Representative Ga lli
v'an, )emiocra t, of Massachusetts, not
a miember of the committee, who an
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Columbia, March 28th
to April 2nd.
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nounced that he desired to be heard
Mr. Welty, Mr. Gallivan asserted, has
failed to substantiate his charges.
'The attorney keneral's opinion thai
Judge Landis was within the law waf
read, without comment.
There was much discussion after Mr
Hlusted asked what would happen il
every federal judge should follow th<
exantple of Judge Landis. The com.
mittee was on the point of going
directly into this When the sugges
tion was made that it was a mor<
proper subject of discussion for an
other meeting, behind closed oor's.
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KUA MElR W 1,IL H NT
Greenville, Feb. 22.-John F. Kra
mner, federal prohibition commissione
who arrived here today, wvill tonmor
row morning visit the moiuntainoul
section of the county on a search fo
moonsh ine stills accomplanied by *W
F. Robertson, state pr1ohibitionl conm
missioner, and 11. Q. Merrick of' th,
prohibitionl enforcement departmen
and other prohibition ollicers, it wva
announcedl tonight. Mr. Kramer, Io
cal officers say, has never seen an il
licit dlist illery, and a raid in to th
''(ark corner"' has been~ arrangedl fo
In an address tonight before th
Young Men's Business league M:
Kramer told of the results of p)rohibi
tion enforcement and1 ph'lede for th
building up of a strong public senti
mentI against iquor as the miost of
fective meanits of stamping it out. 11
sa id that. possible ai generation wvoul
palss he fore the laws are completel
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Ida Levi, Plaintiff,
Napoleon Richardson, Gibb .James
Richardson, Christiana Dow, Irene
Richardson, Emma Richardson, Sus
an13 Richalrdson1, David Richatrdsoni,
Laura Richardson, A. G. Stack, The
National Bank of Sumter, S. C., and
W. C. D~avis, D~efendants.
TO ALL THE D)EF'ENDANTS
ABOVE NAMED: and to Christiana
Dowv and Napoleon Richardson, either
' of wvhom the infant dlefendIants Susan
Richardson, [David Richardson andl
Laura Richardson may reside wvith.
t You are hereby sumlmoned and re
a quired to appear and answer the Comn
plainit in this action, of which a copy
~ is herewith served upon you, andl to
- serve a copIy of your Anfswer' to satidl
a Complaint on the subscribers (Wein
r. berg & Stukes) at their oflice in the
Tpown of Manning, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclu..
e sive of the (liy of such service; and
.if you fail to answver the Complaint
-within the tine aforesaid, the plaintiff
~herein will apply to the Court for the
e relief dlemalndled in the Complaint.
- Weinberg & Stukes,
.. o h laintiff's Attorneys.
n Ton th eedn, Gibb James Rich
0l TAKE NOTICE Tlhat the Summnons
yI ini above stated actioni, of which the
abov'e is a copy, and also the Comn
pilait Mndl Notice for alpointment of
a Guardian Al) JLTEM therein, werc
filed in the oflice of the Clerk of Coui
Ole Cap Crabb Win
hout a Deposit.
for Clarendon County, S. C. on Feb.
10th, 1921 and are now on file in said
Weinberg & Stukes,
Dated Feb. 23, 1921. 8-3t-c
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas Richardson, Gus Richardson
and Ella Rich, Plaintiffs,
Daisy Rhame, Francis Richardson
called Frank Richardson, Charlotte
.Johnson, Simon Richardson, A. G.
Stack, Trhe First National Bank of
Mannuing, S. C., George Tindlal, Ida
Levi and C. B. Geiger, Defendants.
TIO THlE DEFENDANTS ABOVE
You are hereby summonedi and re
quired to appear and answer the Com..
plaint in this action, of wvhich a copy
is herewith servedl upon you, andI to
serve a copy of your Answer to saidl
Complaint on the subscriber (,J. A.
Weinberg) at his officee in the Town
of Manning, S. C., within twenty days
after the~ service hereof, exclusive of
the day of such service; and if you fail
to answer the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, the phlaintiff herein
will ap~ply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
JT. A. Weinberg,
Plaintiff's Ad torney.
TO Tl~lIE D)EFEND1ANTS Francis
Richardson, cal Iled Frank Richardson,
andl Simon Richardson.
TPAKE NOTICE That the Summons
ini ab~ove stated aiction, of which the
above is a cop~y, andl the Complaint
therein, were filed in the office of the
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County,
S. C., on Feb. 11th, 1921, and are now
on file ini saidl oflece.
J1. A. Weinherg,
P'la intiff's A ttorney.
lDated Feb. 23, 1921. 8-3t-c.
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