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When Rosenwald was the object of
an indictment Under the same law,
however, the courts declared the law
After the Rosenwald decision
fudges refused to issue warrants
against rich tax cheaters.
So a mandamus proceeding to
force these judges to sign warrants
against those who refuse to pay their
allotment, was takento the appellate
court by Ass't State's Att'y Irwin
Jacob Kesner, the man who rose
from office boy to multi-millionaire
"by his investments in loop proper
ty," was named in the suit Hoyne's
office wants to brand him as a tax
dodger. If the case is decided in Hoyne's
favor indictments will be returned
against every man who fails to file a
schedule of his property.
With the indictment comes news
paper notoriety more or less caustic
depending upon the obligations of the
papers to loop advertisers and banks.
The greatest penalty under the law
that can be returned is a fine of $200,
but in event of a fine the man is
branded as a taxdodger.
And many of our best citizens
know full well that they are liable to
be indicted, hauled to court and fined
as law breakers if Hoyne wins bis
Yes, a lot of people are interested
in that decision.
BRYAN OPPOSES WILSON
Washington, Nov. 5. Wm. J. Bry
an today took complete issue with
Pres. Wilson on the latter's defense
program announced last night at the
Manhattan club in New York. He
declared it violated the principles of
The club, he said, was no place for
the enunciation of such a program,
being the one place in the United
States where the Mammon-worshiping
portion of the Democratic party
meets to exchange compliments.
ACCUSE VILLA OF .EXECUTING
Naco, Ariz., Nov. 5. The death of
four among many Americans report
ed held prisoner by Gen. Villa today
overshadowed Villa's movements
since he was defeated in the battle
of Agua Prieta.
The four Americans were either
killed In this battle by Carranza bul
lets while attending Villista wound
ed, as Villa personally declared on
arriving across here, or they were
executed by Villa, as friend of. the
dead Americans suspect today. De
termination of their true fate rested
on a search of the Agua Prieta bat
tlefield, where Villa stated they were
buried where they fell when the Car
ranzista garrison wiped out a Red
Villa's loyal army was divided into
two main parts today, 3,000 with
their leader in Naco, Sonora, and
4,000 at Villaverde, 22 miles south.
A detachment was in the vicinity of
Cananea, which they had looted.
The statement of Dr. Frederick H.
Wickman of St. Louis was the basis
for friends believiner that the Amor.
icans, Dr. R. H. Thighen, Dr. Miller,
J. D. Pylant and A. L. Wilson, were
executed by Villa. Wickman made a
spectacular dash out of Villa's camp
yesterday to the American side of
the border here, declaring he narrow
ly escaped a similar fate.
WANTS VENUE CHANGE
A change of venue was asked by
the defense In the Wm. R. Edwards
Mann act case before Judge Landis
today. Edwards claims JudgeLan
dis is prejudiced against witnesses
for defense. The millionaire St. Pni
lumberman is accused of transport
ing Aaa uox, nis stenographer, be
tween St. Paul and Chicago.
A British private escaDsd three bul
lets in an hour's, fighting in France.
One penetrated his pouch, another
the pack on his back and a third de
stroyed hi rifle.