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Huron Daily Huronite (Newspaper) - January 16, 1911, Huron, South Dakota Goes into thirteen rare advertising median tor the business men i i i i Quot i"11 i i i ii to a the Dally Hur onite a a a Laken Nall the Small towns in Beadle county. Pm la i i i m i i i i i i i i i my j the volume xxv Jutin Pally Hur onite Hoe into most of Tho Huron Homes and is head Huron South Dakota monday january 16. 1911 number 29 most formidable ironclad afloat battleship Arkansas launched at the Camden shipbuilding Yards when equipped will have the greatest gun Power of any sea fighter official delegation from Arkansas kept away on account of controversy Philadelphia Jan. 16.�?splashed with the traditional bottle of Champagne the battleship Arkansas the largest warship Ever constructed in this country was launched from the Yards of the new York shipbuilding company at Camden n. J. Mias Mary Macon daughter of representative Robert b. Macon of Helena ark., a the sponsor for the ship. There was one unusual feature to the launching the absence of an official delegation representing the state government of Arkansas. The failure of governor Donaghey or other official representatives to attend was due to a controversy Between the governor and the Navy department at washing ton Over the Date of the launching the governor wanting the launching postponed so that the state could make adequate arrangements to Send a official party. There was however quite a Large delegation of arkansans present ii included representative and mrs. Macon and other members of the Arkansas congressional delegation All of whom had been invited by the shipbuilding company. The Navy department was officially represented by Beekman Winthrop assistant Secretary of the Navy and a Long list of rear admirals and other officers. There was also a Large delegation of congressmen from other states. Guests entertained at luncheon. Following the launching the officials of the company entertained the guests at a luncheon spread in one of the big buildings of the Plant. The principal dimensions of the latest and largest addition to the Navy Are length Over All 562 feet beam Over Armor 93 feet 2% inches draft 28 feet 6 inches displacement 26,008 tens. The contract for the ship Calls for a a peed of 20vi knots an hour. When Complete the Arkansas will have the greatest gun Power in broadside fire of any ship afloat. The main armament will consist of twelve twelve inn Breech loading guns mounted in six heavy Armor protected turrets. For defense against torpedo boat attacks there will be a Batten of Twenty one five Inch rapid fire guns. There will also be two submerged torpedo tubes and ten Small guns. The total weight of broadside tire will be about 11, iou pounds. The Armor belts will have an average thickness of three inches. The Arkansas will be Turbine driven and will have 28,000 horsepower. The vessel will be fitted for a flagship and her complement will consist of eighty five officers and 1,030 men. The keel of the Arkansas was Laid last january and at present the ship is about 60 per cent completed. Importers arrested serious charges of attempting to defraud the United states customs n Francisco Jan. 16.�?serious Ges of attempting to defraud the states customs by undervalue i of imports occasioned the arrest to prominent importers of Orien goods in this City. The prisoners 7arl j. Cutting who has a store in City and w. A. Wilson of Oak who operates Between this port Yokohama As an importer and Tea it. Secret agent sent to Japan by the Jins department last year is said ave Laid the foundation of the it prosecution. Upon his advice imports were being marked far v their value shipments of Orien it goods to cuttings store were at the local customs House. In meets valued by the importer at Ere involved in the present prongs but customs officials express Relief that wholesale frauds in the a valuation of imports from the it have been perpetrated in the few years. They estimate the in rent s loss by these operations 00.00b a year. A St and rain cripple Wirra. Ago. Jan. and aph companies found their serv verely crippled in Iowa. Western s and Southern Minnesota. Meet Ain w hich swept across the four so delayed to some e the weather. As recorded at the local office of the weather boreas Boron a. Tempera Tore. At 7 a. In. Today .15 lowest last night .7 highest yesterday. .17 precipitation. Rain or melted Snow 0.00 inches. Weather forecast till 7 a in. Tuesday. For South Dakota Snow tonight with colder West portion tuesday fair with colder East portion. For Huron and Vicinity Snow to night tuesday fair and colder. Weather conditions. A slight barometric depression is apparent Over Wyoming and Colorado elsewhere i rom the Middle and upper Rocky Mountain slope to the Middle and upper Mississippi Valley and pressure is High the Crest of the High area being Over Minnesota. Light Snow has occurred within the last 24 hours in parts of Montana and North Dakota. Temperatures of Zero or lower cover the Canadian Northwest North Dakota and the Northern Pori Tion of Montana and Minnesota. At time of observation the temperatures ranged from 26 degrees below Zero in Saskatchewan to 28 degrees above Zero at Denver. The conditions Promise Snow for this Vicinity tonight followed by fair and colder w Eather tuesday is. W. Glean official in charge. Trial draws crowd Schenk murder Case continues to be the attraction in Wheeling court sixth victim of wreck. Batavia. N. Y., Jan. 16.�?h. H. Cade of Chicago died at a Hospital Here from injuries received in the collision on the new York Central Railroad. This makes the death list six. Snow halts traffic passes in the sierras choked with Snow and trains Are abandoned eastward bound stalled trains ordered to return to san Francisco Sacramento cal., Jan. 16.�?with hundreds of men battling with the Snow chocked passages of the Sierr As in an Effort to keep the Railroad lines Clear and bring Relief to the stalled Overland passenger and mail trains All the resources of the Southern Pacific and Western Pacific companies Are being brought to Bear in fighting the worst Snow storm in the Mountain districts in the last Twenty years. All East and westbound trains Are moving on the Southern Pacific tracks through the sierras and the Snow Sheds which were damaged by the heavy fall of Snow the last two Days had been temporarily repaired. Realizing the impossibility of forcing a passage through Snow drifts of six and eight feet depth the Western Pacific Railroad officials ordered its stalled eastbound Overland trains at Belden and Oroville to return to san Francisco and annulled the Overland at san Francisco which was ready to depart for the East. Testimony of a technical nature. Not interesting to the audience Wheeling w. Va., Jan. 16.�?As Early a 6 a. In. Crowds began to gather for admission to the Schenk trial but those who looked for a continuance of such testimony As Daniel Phillips a local piano Salesman gave the previous Day in admitting that he and mrs. Schenk had been taking night automobile rides in her limousine for the past year or More met with a less interesting chapter. The Effort of prosecuting attorney j. B. Handlan to prove that mrs. Schenk attempted to Poison her husband last fall was directed to ail hypothetical question covering All the facts in the Case As far As they have been developed this question began while or. J. T. Thornton who was called to attend Schenk during his illness was on the stand. Or. Thornton had concluded with the admission on Cross examination that the symptoms of poisoning in Schenkus Case might have been due to a serious stomach in his direct questioning he had stated that certain symptoms indicated Lead poisoning and other arsenic. The continuance of this More technical phase of the testimony was expected to occupy the courts attention until recess but the crowd stuck tenaciously to the courtroom believing that the tedious technicalities would be relieved by the calling of More witnesses to show that the love of another Man might have been a motive for the crime with which mrs. Schenk is charged. It was intimated that Phillips might he recalled for further questioning ast his relations with mrs. Schenk. Before court opened juror Albert Leech had been informed that a Little stranger had come to his Home during the night and he desired to visit the newcomer hut the court would not permit it. Entire Plant is tied up sleet storm stops traffic a it t ii i Telegraph Telephone and trolley wire gut of commission. J Kansas City. Jan. 16.�?sleet which has been falling during the last Twenty four hours has covered Kansas City streets with great cakes of ire. Many Telegraph Telephone and trolley wires Are out of comp is Inq tiding broken by their icy burdens. Railroad and Street car schedules Are of for behind As a consequence. Many Phi. Sons have been injured by falling on icy pavements. Twenty five prisoners in charge i the Jailer. Joseph Mcgrath started up the Hill from tile Kansas City Kait jail to the Stone Quarry chained in pairs. About half the ascent had been accomplished when the first number of the first squad slipped. He dragged Down his mate and soon Twenty Fife men balls and chains were roiling Down the Hill. They tried again with the same result and then again but it was use so they All went Back to spend the Day in the jail. A i hmm or Tut it to ro1 Al it iat the tin Kineer assisting la 11 Llly a i Iii \ i a pm the i Matit of railway commissioners Iii Lull i us i ii u i la ii of Quot ill have a i a duties allotted to him i if the legislators keep up the present i i gait of abolishing the engineering j forces of the state or a Large appropriations will have to be made to support i institutions i permanent taxation Board is recommended by the temporary commission the result of so Ial scheme to reproduced Aldrich s personal plan for reorganization of National Money system convention to make a new Constitution will probably 5 be authorized Hopes to secure adoption of the measure before retiring from Senate plague reaches chinese capital. Peking Jan. 16.�?-one death from bubonic plague in this City was reported to the officials. The government is being urged to Institute a five Days quarantine of first Cias passengers at the great Wall tint ii observation Camps can be established at Harbin Mukden and Shane Kwan. And to prohibit second and third class passenger traffic from Manchuria. Sioux Falls attorney to deliver Well known lecture in Huron ironworkers strike against a reduction in wages. Milwaukee. Jan. 16.�?molders and Cor makers to the number of 350 w asked out at the Plant of the Northwestern malleable Iron company striking against a reduction of to per Anent in wages and in hours. The entire Plant employing 1,200 men has been made Idle by the walkout. The management claims that the reduction is made to follow conditions general throughout the country in the Iron Trade. Insurgents make Progress for widows and orphans nearly Quarter of a million in hands of Cherry Relief committee. Springfield 111., Jan. 16.�?widows and children of miners who were killed in the Cherry mine disaster of nov. Is 1909, have received $54,594 from the Cherry Relief fund according to the report of Secretary Duncan Mcdonald of the Cherry Relief fund commission. The report in detail shows that Ala children of the miners who were killed have since died and eleven beneficiaries have gone to Europe. Six of the 142 widows who lived at Cherry just after the Accident have remarried and Only 102 reside in the Village at present. The sum of $244,593 remains in the hands of the commission to be paid to the widows and children of the dead miners. Died this morning mrs. Philena Johnson passed away at Home in Highmore word was received in Huron monday morning of the death of mrs. Philena e. Johnson wife of Eli Johnson of Highmore and Mother of attorney general Royal c. Johnson. Pneumonia was the cause of death the disease having been contracted in Pierre last week at which place mrs. Johnson was on legislative business connected with the cause of woman suffrage in which she we As Detelj interested. Besides being a prominent suffrage advocate mrs. Johnson was also connected with w. R. C. Activities in South Dakota. Or. And mrs. Johnson have resided in this state for Many years and both Are Well know la to everyone in this Section of the state. Mrs Johnson has visited in Huron at the a. E. Taylor Home during suffrage gatherings and is known by Many most favourably. Reported to have captured entire honduran province. New Orleans. Jan. 16.�?a special from Managua Nicaragua says advices from the Frontier of Honduras report that general Duron has captured practically the entire province of Cho Lutecia in the name of Manuel Bonilla Leader of the revolutionists. Durons army is now said to be marching on Tegucigalpa the capital. Interesting report made by or. H. P. Carson in recently issued Synod Book the two Enty seventh annual minutes of the Synod of South Dakota of the presbyterian Church recently issued by the stated clerk the Rev. H. P. Carson d. D., of Huron shows $4,397 increase contributed to the work of the Church one More presbytery and eight More Church organizations with Church property valued at $361,300, exclusive of Huron College property. In the last two years the six German and three Bohemian speaking churches each with a minister a House of worship and a manse have withdrawn from the South Dakota Synod and joined the Synod of Iowa leaving the present totals As follows to ministers 142 churches with 7,921 members and 8,140 in sunday schools $22,300 contributed to the Beneficent work of the Church and $79,117 expended for the Home congregations. Including the churches in South Dakota Synod connected with the Iowa Synod the totals would be As follows ministers 119 churches 152, with 8,534 members and 8,812 in sunday school Church property valued at $390,000 contributed to Bene licence $24,500, and expended for congregations at Home $87,800. Pittsburg pacts flood. Pittsburg Jan. 16.�?with the Rivers rising steadily Pittsburg faces its first serious flood in Over a year. The flood stage of Twenty two feet has been reached and much higher water is expected. Announcement has been made that George w. Egan will be in this City on january 26, thursday to deliver his Well known lecture on a the trial of Jesus of or. Egan has secured the auditorium for has address which will begin at eight of clock Sharp. George w. Egan is so we Ell known throughout South Dakota at the pres ent time that he needs no introduction to the people of Huron or any other town of the state he was a Candi Date in the Republican primaries for the nomination to the governorship and made the race in a manner that was a great Surprise to everyone the lecture he will deliver in this City is in no sense of a political nature and is called by the Many who have heard it a very Fine piece of work. Or. Egan is a Man of Brilliant mind and unusual ability As an orator and regardless of political viewpoint is a speaker whom it is a pleasure to hear. Verdict of Accident returned by Coroner s jury Case of late William h. Wood in thorough inquiry into the violent death of the late William h. Wood was made by Coroner j. P. Walsh saturday evening when a coroners inquest was held at this officials undertaking rooms. A Large number of witnesses was called and a most rigid examination of All was made by the Coroner the states attorney and the members of the jury messes. E. M. Thomas j. S. Perriton and we. Vantuyl. The investigation lasted from 7 p. In. Till after la p. Rn., and everyone whose knowledge of the Case and of the dead Man might be of value was examined. Practically no testimony was taken that would indicate that we Ood came to his death by other Means than Accident and the slight bits of evidence to the contrary were virtually All disproved before the end of the inquest. The officials under whose jurisdiction the matter came were All fully convinced that the cause of death was purely accidental but nevertheless nothing was left undone that might in any Way help to Clear up the matter. Following is the verdict retained by the coroners jury Huron s. a Jan. 14, 1911. We the jury Impan eled on the inquest of William it. We Ood. After viewing the remains and hearing All the evidence submitted concur in the opinion that the said William h. Wood came to his death january 13,1911, by accidentally falling through a window which severed a blood vessel of the neck thereby bleeding unto death. Be. M. Thomas a a. S. Perriton a warm. Vantuyl. Debate on the army Bill agitation for increased National fee reaches Congress. Washington Jan. agitation for an increased National defense reached the floor of the House in the debate on the army appropriation Bill when representative Hull rep. La chairman of the House committee on military affairs declared that the present strength of the coast artillery corps will be unable to Man More than one third of our present coast defense guns in War time. Hull made this statement in supporting an r appropriation of $300,000 included in the Bill for supplying a a Dummy guns and ammunition Tot coast artillery militia in the various states. The appropriation was retained in Tbs Bill. Pierre s. .d., Jan. 16,-Rspecial the Huron item just what the present legislature will economically whelmed As it is with the recommendations for Large appropriations lox t ape state educational institutions is hard to Tell. The importance of tim Bish Standard and excellence of the educational system of the state is recognised by ail of tim members of the legislature but with Bills introduced already abolishing three of the state departments which must be decided tip on and which if abolished will mean i a saving of about twelve thousand did bars annually rho. Appropriation of an j additional half million for the maintenance of the educational Institute trip becomes a problem. The last legislature appropriated $s0,5bo for salaries and maintenance e of the it uni Hersity $55,750 for the College of Dijt Rickmire at Brookings. $28,000 for the school of mines. $32,500 for the Madison Normal school $17,000 for the Springfield Normal $40,000 for tile Spearfish Normal $40,000 for the Aberdeen Normal. It can readily be seen that additional appropriations Are essential and no doubt the amount appropriated by the last session will be increased but probably not by the sum desired by the institutions and by the Board of regents who recommend largely increased appropriations in their report to the governor. The tax commission appointed by the governor consisting of h. K. Warren president of Ankton College John b. Hanten of Watertown and Dean Sterling of the state University is ready to report and will recommend that. A state taxation Board be formed three members of which Are to be appointed by the governor one member for two years one for four years Ami one for six years at the expiration of whose terms members Are to be appointed for full terms of six years thus providing for a succession so that the membership of the Board will not change entirely at any time. These three members Are to have Complete authority in matters of taxation and Are to be salaried at $1,800 per annul thereby coming in a to the duties of the present Board of equalization at present comprised or several of the Heads of state departs ments. The tax commission will also re commend a constitutional amendment giving the Power of classification of property for taxation to the legislature. The talk of revision oif the Constitution is being heard so frequently nowadays that without doubt some Steps will be taken to bring about a change for the opinion held regard Central Bank idea prominent feature of the project to be put Forth sail Enireb agitation of unnecessary depart a meats will probably result in Thoj maintaining of the present list of departments and the abolition of none that a subject of dispensing w Ith this and that has become worn out around i the Capitol. The committee appointed for the purpose of investigating the soldiers Home consists of representatives 1 Browne of Brown Ziebach. Cranston j of Campbell and Roberts of Day from Jthn Chi Oose Artif Wyman. Johnson and i fam Orrise from the Senate. Tile Din a i Mittee met for the first time saturday and elected senator Wyman of Yankton As chairman and representative Cranston As Secretary. The proposed recess of the legislature to Start thursday of this week will give the commission a Chance to get in some Good hard work. At the rec o clock in the House today on. Special order memorial services held for members of the House of 1909, representative e. W. Taylor or Brown and sex repro Washington. Jan. 16 senator Al tentative Forbis of Lawrence county. Droh will soon it is said introduce insensate a Bill embodying Bis per 1 Sonal plan for the reorganization of sailors plan gig strike i the National finances before the close Jot the present session of Congress. This plan provides for a modified Cen i trial Bank system which is designed j to make available tile business credit of the country As a basis Lor currency i but which will not enter into com pet i i Tion in the general banking business j of National state or private Banks. The senator from Rhode Island has j determined on this step As the Best j method of educating the business j world and acquainting it with the conclusions he has been led to draw from i the extensive investigations of the National monetary commission. Whether or not members of that _ i commission w ill subscribe with i marked unanimity to the views of the body of William h. Woodjr j senator from Rhode Island who is its i chair Ian remains to be determined. Buried today in River or. A Rich. While regarding the proposed measure As of vast importance to the stability of the nations finances and while perhaps measurably proud of Ute system he has devised is wholly open to suggestion and his Pui pose in presenting the Bill at this session is he better acquaint i ame of the business world with the j conclusions he has reached and the plan he has devised and which is of j course least in Harmony with the deductions of a majority of the commis Sion. If those interested in the subject As members of the commission or As Bankers and business men can suggest improvements or. Aldrich will Welcome such suggestions most Oor aim is to make it worldwide if mands Are refused. London Jan. a strike of ors affecting Evert English Pori threatened to begin ill it May. It is the intention to lira ice strike if possible. The men 1 but desire Tho e filiation Hoard charge of a to if in Tho future. T. On to Iii f w a no. I diluent have i that i tin pay. Eon services Are held Side cemetery funeral services for the late with am h. Wood were held it the presbyter Ian Church monday afternoon at 2 o clock Rev. A. P. Anderson officiating. The body was Laid at rest Iii Riverside cemetery were Short burial services a re held. Two Brothers of or. Wood were Iii the City to attend the last offices to the dead it being impossible for the other members of the family to be Here. They were e. H. Wood of Pierre and Rev. Welcome we Ood of Interior. There were Many friends of the family and of the Young Man himself present at the Church during the fun-1 dually. Eral services and profuse Floral offer features of his plan. Ings indicated the standing in which tile decedent was held in Huron. W Illiam Wood had been a member of the Lodge of Fellows and they together with. Or. Anderson had charge of the funeral ceremonies. Or. Wood has been Well known in Huron for Heatly years for despite intervals a if absence from this City it Bas really beef his Home and that of his parents until recent years. The sympathy of the Community goes out to the relatives of the unfortunate Young Man at this Lime and the sincerest regret is Felt by his Many friends about town _ that this info Stu ing the state Constitution is that it is mite occur Ance should have taken hardly More than a collection of place. Tutor Laws. The revision of the con a Stit ution. As provided therein is a pro i Cess which cannot be accomplished in two or four years but will require six. The matter of revision must of brought before the people at general elect in two years hence at which time the legislature will he elected to meet in 1913. This legislature can make a Call for a convention and at the election of 1914 the people could elect delegates to the constitutional convention whose Constitution As formed would come up for ratification by the legislature of the year 1917, who would be the first to meet subject to the provisions of the new proposed Constitution. Since the forming of a new Constitution is such a Long drawn out process and the present legislature can have nothing to with the drafting of it. It is quite probable that the first Steps in the six year process will be taken this Winter. Early morning fire Frank Jaehn Home damaged seriously by flames starting at the Furnace monday morning at 4 30 o clock an alarm of fire was sounded the conflagration being reported from the Frank Jaehn Home on Dakota Avenue. It required sortie ringing to Call out the necessary assistance to get to the fire in working shape but the re i spouse of the company was very prompt nevertheless. The plan of a Central Bank modelled after the Bank of England was found to possess practically insuperable objections but or. Aldrich will propose a modification of that plan a Bank which will possess a Large capital which will Issue currency in times of emergency and which will probably in the course of time replace the existing National Bank notes which will accumulate a surplus and which will exercise a certain supervisory Power Over the banking and fiscal affairs of the entire country similar to that which has been exercised try the Clearing House associations in those cities Large enough to maintain such institutions. To facilitate the exercise of that supervision which is regarded ases Sencial to the Procter utilization of the credit of the commercial institutions and which includes a Heck on frenzied finance anti Madcap banking or. Aldrich proposes the division of the country into fifteen districts each of which will choose a director to sit on the Board of what or. Aldrich terms a the Central banking and this directorate which will be augmented by certain of the Federal fiscal officers will control the affairs of the Central mechanism As Well As pass on such quest ions As May be referred to it by the several Lillib a Lluri. The fire originated in the basement the matter of state publicity re and burned up under the floor of the commended in the governors message i first Story and into the Walls. It is will be provided for at the present believed that it was set in some Ryan session. The fault of the present ays Nfn a born the heating apparatus which tem is not with the system but with 1 is located in the basement. The con the Lack of appropriations for this editions were said this morning to be very similar to those existing in the Asher pay Home when that House Wai apartment it is impossible for the present commissioner to work effectively in the interests of the Commonwealth threatened by fire last Winter. The plan which meets with the most the flames were extinguished As Hearty approval is based on the for j soon As could be reasonably expected mation of a Board of immigration or i and a More serious conflagration immigration commission of which the i avoided. It is estimated that the loss governor state auditor and commis will be Between $1,200 and $1,500. Sooner of school and Public lands shall be sex offi Cio members. These three members Are to have the Power of a will set Gamble s place pointing two others from the state i. Each for a two year term. This Board of five is to choose the commissioner of immigration. The Daylight Saloon Bill has been considered by the Temperance com Carl Dakota Sherwood after South senator ship. Pierre s. D., Jan. 16.�?Carl Sher Wood of Clark president of the state Mittee of the House and will be recon bar association while in this City has mended for passage. I let it be known that he will be a can Wanis Church jury Patten asked to refer Grain gambling to a presbyterian tribunal Peru me senatorial aspirant. A state Engineer slated for the soldiers Home committee. Pierre s. D., Jan. 16.�?special to the Huron item Carl g. Sherwood of Clark in Pierre saturday announced his ambitions for the senatorial Toga i and his intention to be a candidate i for United states senator in the elec j Tion of 1912. The proposed Bill in for the abolition of the office of state Surveyor makes it difficult to ascertain just w hat disposition will be made of the duties of the Engineer s office w hich is slated for the a with the plan that the Surveyor should the we Ork of that department. It is highly dilate for United states senator to succeed Robert j. Gamble in the primaries of next year and Bis Campaign will undoubtedly soon be under Way for that place. I. In. A b y jury of his it Scop a by his fellow in first presbyterian vans r., to pass on in r Lions of James a. 1 in millionaire and Beard of Trade can common gambling or Sii Jav is a proposal Laid bet ire the former it Roker. Launching of a suit blow from Felt May be fatal. Eau Claire wis. Jan. 16.�?christian carlson., aced Twenty seven of this City lies at a Hospital probably fatally injured As a result of a Wood saw Accident. Carbon was working beside the machine when the Belt suddenly left the wheel and struck him Filiti in the face with such terrific Force that it fractured the Skull causing concision of the brain while his face was terribly Cut and lacerated. Church of e whether the it Patten Tho in ers on re i bf1 classed As legitimate in which has Bee Grain and Cotton following the for $6,060,000 against the millionaire Retireoperator by or. Paul Burmas ter. President of the Chicago anti gambling league it is now suggested that the legitimacy of lower la Salle Street be settled us Between Man and Many courts and Fine Legal interpret tons ignored. The following letter was mailed to or. Patten dear sir on behalf of nay client. Or. Paul Burmaster i extend to you an invitation to take the negative of this question is there gambling in la Salle Street dressed in reputable clothes a would suggest that the Bate be held in the first presbyterian Church at Evanston. 111. Trusting that i May be favored with an Early reply i remain respectfully yours Robert i
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