1 Sep 1925 pg1 - The Hutchinson News (Kansas) HTW 1924 Taxes
Many Chicago Returns Show • Big Decrease (Continued from P.ige One.) $136,1)51. A similar case was that of Frank D. Stout, railroad and who paid In 1923, $196,376 as against $-11,405 la;t year. 'Silas H. Straws led the list of lawyers with a reported payment of $39,846, slightly more than last year. Clarenco Darrow paid $3,900, pr $711 more than In 1924. •• Some of the most widely known business men did not, because of business and Investment losses, pay anything. This was true o£ John R. Thompson, head ot the chain of restaurant concerns. ; An Increase of $4,142, was ro- ported paid by Charles H. Markham, president ot the Illinois Central Railroad. Another Big Loss. John Hertz, taxlcab and motor bus manufacturer, ran second to Mr. Wrigley In thb published lislo In the amount of decreases of men taxpayers. In 1925 ho paid $68,316 while last year hl'i payment was $169,257. MrB. Famiie K. Hertz had the largest reduction of the few women listed, her 1925 payment being $5,215 as against $202,;.2(> in 1924. Total returns numbered 605,358, of which more than 250,000 came from individuals with Incomes under $5,000. Individuals with Incomes of $25,000 or less made more than 99,000. return;, while 131,936 were listed as non-taxable Individuals. ' Other Individual Returns, Taxes of the more prominent Chlcnqoans Included In the new*, papers' lists were: , Col. ft. R. McCormir.k, co-editor tho Tribune. $134,105; 1924. $88,615. .1. M. 1'attorson, co-editor the Tribune, $140,498; 1924, $87,621. Edward S. Heck, managing edlto, the Tribune $43,751; 1924 $33,993, Max Annenburg, circulation manager, the Tribune, $37,291; 1924, $32,8S9. Sidney Smith, cartoonist, the Tribune, $1S,D00; 1924, $11,976. John T. ilcCulcbeon, cartoonist, the Tribune $6,458; 1924, J2^9S. Frank King, cartoonist, the Tribune. $4,907. . Harvey Woodruff, sports writer, the Tribune $10,355; 1924 $17,466. George E. Brennan, Democrat leadpr. $4,467; 1924, $4,608. United States Senator Charles S. Deneen, $4,096; 1924, $3,615. A. D. Lasker. former shipping hoard chairman, $122,004; 1924, $39,514. Mrs A. IX Lasker, $44,429; 1924, "$10,053. Lord and Thomas, advertising, rms ,533; 1924, $83,654. :., Wilbur Glenn Voliva, Overseer of ZJon City. $15,100. •.;>-. Hirsclile Miller, frequently que»- ; tlonod In connection with beer run- i-tiors wars and bootlegging investigations $2,210. Robert E. Crowe, state's attor- nov $73; 192i, $11,169. , Mabel G. Relneck, Chicago Internal le^enue collector, $106. i George W. Relneck, her husband, $1,150. . • ' v "