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Huron Weekly State Spirit (Newspaper) - June 22, 1911, Huron, South Dakota
V do. Xxxi Uuk Nta a Luroniu and weekly state spirit Huron South Dakota june 22 1911 convocation doings episcopalians of two Deaneries holding their annual session in Huron. Farewell reception Lorimer probe to. 19 Bishop Frederick Foote Johnson is presiding Over their deliberations the annual convocation of the Eastern and Black Hills Deaneries of the missionary District of South Dako j masons gathered last night to do Honor to departing Brothers. Serve sumptuous banquet Lis ten to speeches by members. Again taken do head of the Harvester Trust is first witness put on stand. Jim la was who compete red lilo Tims Host mrs Lom with the trust1 sixty five thousand men encamped in Parks great Jam in streets. Tells of Edward Hines Effort j biggest crowd of Coronation to raise $100,000 fund for Campaign perhaps the largest crowd of masons Eyer assembled at a masonic gathering in this City turned out Iasi night to the Farewell reception giver to opened tuesday morning at to j n Honor of Brothers g. S. Hutchin o clock at Grace Church in Huron. The Eon s. H. Plummer and h. J. Mcgar Deanery represents seven parishes Ivey who Are soon to leave this Cit and 20 missions. There Are present to take up their residences. A sum at the convocation 20 clergymen and a thous banquet was served under the 3o Lay delegates. Direction of g. W. Hill. The services opened with the Cele h. J. Rice acted As toastmaster Foi Bat Ion of the holy communion the the evening the following masons re celebrant being the it. Rev. Frederick a pending to a. B. Fairbank Foote Johnson Bishop of the District. B f. Ives e. L. Appelby Mavoi he also preached the annual Sermon. Koepp William Tolmie John Greene the epistle is Rev. G. S. Keller of v. F. R. Whorton and j. A. Cleaver. Huron and the Gosweler Rev. Robert the sentiment expressed was of re Doherty d. D., of Flandreau. Gret that Huron should lose these men in the course1 of his Sermon have always been Allied with the Bishop reviewed his work first As As est interests of the Community have finn nth it Distant Bishop to the late Bishop Hare served in Many ways for the Benefit e Amor sent or from and then As Bishop in charge. Tel cd and have been most pub at the conclusion of the service a my irid and prominent citizens Foi messes. Hutchinson a a Rey moved by the was reelected Secretary. His election of f Bresse i toward them re was followed by a Roll Call of the 6tatm& their regrets in Leav Short business session was Beld at years. Ales which Rev. Or. Tragitt of Milbank Pummer and Mccarr spent ing the spot where they had the Best part of their lives. Atter the speech making a smoker re social time was enjoyed before the party broke up. Biblical referee cd. And askp<1 the sunday arh Noi teachers if 111 in pried it it King liver it user a a am the life Iri suran p agent be sri Dffutt Rait fun w Ltd Ltd father a an adjuster judge really Little but hearsay evidence has been brought out thus far. Washington june 21.�?Little but hearsay evidence was brought out when the Enate to liner investigating committee held its initial hearing in the inquiry that is to go deep into the charges of corruption in the e o do Nois. Ceremonies follows arrival of soldiers portions of City will be entirely closed to All traffic during Celebration. Young Havemeyer not in sympathy with sugar Trust business methods. Wins Over locals in exhibition game by score of 8 to 5. Declares his funds Are tied up and he is unable get out delegates. The convocation met for business a1 2 p. In yesterday. The reports of the officers of the various committees were heard audited and massed upon. Among the resolutions adopted Wras one by the very Rev. Dean Billar of Sioux Falls Felici Tating englishmen and churchmen in the District on the Coronation of George the ath inasmuch As the protestant episcopal Church in Lite United states is the daughter of the angelic Al communion having derived from it its Liturgy its form of government and its order at Al Mitis re. The presiding officer the by Shon re in m connect on Quot till the Church the slow arb0eurrflewnot0t�?~hmunities and m the ing Resolution was offered of iou or a 8s,ona7 District resolved that this convocation de Fie a in the widest sires to express its Confidence that or jail in a re. A Are at a we Nch a our Bishop the it Rev. Frederick isl fico for Ossit to Tonar it mid or. Mccormick a and said that Foote Johnson has indeed the Quali de r0 fran Upas cal1 i or. Hines at the Union league club tie. And abilities which Are requisite Missouri and he my see it Hub dus in a cd can a it bad i him on to Bandit the problems in South a t0 p0 Sha a we follow our flirt i the of our a making a Apo i a ctn Trihus a fwd a a Kola and Bishop what is the use of our try j a contribution to it a fund which resolved. That this convocation Asj Quot a Quot our tits a l1�r, sha11 weft a i As a be a made ,0 re by res him of its United prayers that thought a or a a to ter second i Pandit res in connection with he May be the subject of divine guid re her Ltd a. A in a officers of the election of senator Lorimer. I. Anc in his answer to the Call of the it is in Par 0i the Church. I Funk told him that his suggestion dior be of Missouri of our continued body of to Quot 1. A like up to j could rot be considered. I told him i loyalty Quot him if he should decide to Era i can change the forces As ? and hat he had dec i died and remain with us and amp inc Lunes Cyrus h. Mccormick president of the International Harvester company was before the committee to Tell what he knew of the collection of a Slou to fund alleged to have been used in Lorimer a behalf. He testified Clarence s. Funk general manager of the company had told him of activity in behalf of Lorimer and that the residences w corporation had been invited by Edward Hines of the Hines lumber company to contribute to the election fund. William j. Hines who requested permission to appear As personal Consul for Edward hints objected to j the line of questioning. Re was overruled. A what did or. Funk say to you a j asked John x. Marble one of counsel for the committee. Was approached by Hines. Or. Funk came to me in my office a London june 21.�?the blaring bands and hashing uniforms of 65.000 soldiers descended upon London during the Day giving a decided military tinge to the preparations for the Coronation. The coming of the soldiers brought countless thousands of sightseers to m e streets and the worst Street Jam yet experienced resulted. The soldiers marched to the various Parks where they will be encamped until the end of the week. Game played at Redfield team returns tonight plays Aber Deen Here tomorrow in5ef6ate? Aurori yesterday a Vul p the exhibition ser a Medfield by a score of 8 to 5 air Shane was in the Box for the locals Washington Jupe 21,-that the late a Al let were touched up freely a a and Henry o. Havemeyer dominated and several costly boots on the part of controlled the american sugar refine both teams were also responsible Foi ing company although he owned an it Fuji this Ltd a Orin the teams play indent amount of its Stock was a a a acknowledged by Horace Havemeyer which Start tomorrow. Tommy Mee the Twenty five year old son of the us the Redfin old second Sacker loaded an was caught Flat footed Between bases he was removed from the game by manager Giltner. Weis Roy and tube Schauer Cavor ted in the outer Gar magnate in testifying before the House sugar Trust investigating committee. Young or. Havemeyer _ admitted that while the Havemeyer gardens and a a Ruben covered himself Fortune was estimated at $15,0.-0,000 �10it As by outfielder accepting More than two thus of it now a was to Rill feb a pc us a a hitting at 8 invested in the beet sugar Industry. 1 Starbuck a again the witness said he had been engaged in the sugar business for a number of years having for two years worked for his fathers company without salary. In declaring that Henry on first and had a bad Day two bobbies being chalked against him. He hit safely once connecting for a two Bagger. Baseball notes the local team arrives Home tonight and will open a league series a Pray it same. It is of our in to be in Elm that prac Mically ended incident. Blessing on him in Case he should de and pay to keep in trim 1 3 Genera i is placed in command was passed Imam l a cuu Miami. In Mew of the present situation in the or. Marble took the Lead in quest Ion my of or. Mccormick Are Jeu a relative of Madill my fight under whatever fort Tryl i is no o no i a. The Resolution Tuou sly by rising vote and in Accord Luc r,rty., _ a Anc. Therewith the Rev. Or. Doherty t May adopt i by the ullcag0 Rrt june Quot he off. Red prayer. ,., Bas the Felt owl a not j a a a the principal Public service of the f e co mention and not or. Mccormick is the son of convocation was he id at Grace churl non a l let the j a Cousin of mine. We Are Good tuesday evening Bishop Johnson per work a or Ortr Tler Allt them in oui friends but Are not related in dust siding. Ail the clergy were vested t0 come a e mont5ls and years Ness or political affair. A and marched in the procession and hat j am j the witness said he had never met seats in the Chancel. The Sermon was Muju have heard senator t Orimer Arri u-h4�, preached by Rev. William Hall we a 51111 38 i honed about diff Runi \ cuts liar s of Brookings my Desmet it d so a delegates to such a a \ difficult is about taxes touched upon th�?�8tece�?ztenar> of the i Ash 8? Quot ant thi i add a a Quot of a hat he had had Acme. But King James version of the English Jav in5._to_.?n5 a ser to that Oyes Taa not connected Lorimer with them Sermon i0? 18 really one that the same hindrances discourage and the same helps Bible and the Coronation of Gefrge the r Quot e Quot ant when we go Back to 5th. It was a masterly Sermon and a be a fax e of amp it to Send was listened to with close attention. A a a u t Annua rating called by the Large congregation present. A shop because the coming to special music wms rendered by Are t. Quot Omen from All parts of the augment cd choir. District makes us realize that out at the conclusion of the the Bishop called the very Ward Ashley to the altar and invested we come him with a Hood signifying his degree Aonia nor is0uilagem�, and a of doctor of Laws recently conferred Fem in inspirations by sharing by the state University. T a Coile that we May realize the woman Tiivel Linov v 3 Quot a re we do perhaps Only us Nam an auxiliary. Drudgery in the worlds eyes is really i he woman auxiliary met at the a sharing in the work for which Chrisi Parish House the president and Sec left his fathers Home and came Down rotary miss Mary b. Peabody of to this world of puzzled struggling Sioux Falls presiding. Sinning aspiring humanity. Twenty delegates were present rep that thought kept in our heart resenting 20 guilds and auxiliaries will go far to dispel discouragement the first order of business was the and prevent discord. And we shall Reading of the annual report of the need to keep that thought in mind this president. Then came a letter from afternoon As Ive consider the Bush the general Secretary of the National Ness Side of our work. Organization touching the apportion the following resolutions were adment the United offering missionary opted by the auxiliary boxes and subscriptions to the spirit whereas on May 18 i9n our High. Of missions. Of was chosen to be the Bishop Coa tie following delegates were elect a Tutor of the diocese of Missouri and de to the women s conference to be whereas we hear of his election at Duluth september 1st. 2d and with feelings of mingled Joy and pain 3d. In connection with the Council of a Joy that the work he has been Hoina Var b p St ? �mi89 hm0nvs has been recognized outs Man l. I. Body mrs. Marshall Mont this District and pain because the a ornery. Mrs. Billar. Mrs. Ashley and very strength and Beauty of that Wmk v is. Have resulted in his being called in the discussions of the afternoon in Lay it Down elude i the missionary salary fund resolved that we express it it or hone the delegates fund and the Bishop that Bishop Johnson May come to be Hare memorial und. Each Guild made Heve that he can serve the Church a retort and the afternoon closed with by remaining in South Dakota suggestions for special work. A resolved to at we. A ? a Hie principal address of the after of our interest our love and 8our to de Iver a by mrs tra in prayer whatever the dec Isis he i of Milbank on a the right relation led to make Ion he is Between our work and our worship a resolved that the Best tribute a Thini morning at 9.30, the Bishop can pay him is to make this crisis n a i Short service and made starting Point for increased Effort some remarks. J in re sea efforts to Ness on june 22 it will be practically impossible to procure provisions at this time. Enormous crowds gathered Early in the Vicinity of Westminster Abbey Quot Here the Peers and pee resses fur pushed a free show Many arriving for the Coronation rehearsal wearing their Robes and carrying their coronets uncovered. I Here also were great the orig near Buckingham Palace to watch the coming and going of the uniformed envoys attending their majesties reception. There was nothing else to be seen in the Vicinity of the Palace which is Bare of decorations but thousands stood throughout the Day peering through the railings and satisfied to Quot Arch the sentry during the intervals Between functions when the court was resting. Earl in the Day a detachment of police were set Forth to drive the beggar off the Street. They were so numerous however and so tightly wedged at All of the Points past which the visiting envoys or wealthy sightseers were compelled to drive that the to ice were powerless to interfere. It was realized that the beggars Quot Ere ready to fight for their rights to demand alms and the authorities Are not anxious to mar the present spectacle with bloodshed. It was finally decided to demand police to watch the cars and restrain them from offering violence to those who resisted their demands. Of part a action under Waytha 0 Evemeyer held very Little Stock Here tomorrow with Aberdeen a Ai times was the in the american company at the Tine Hen it red the recruit from the be stocking with provision of hotels and he controlled it the witness state bag quote Quot i11 a thin the Coronation area father s homing were a Usy 8 a pm Etc a a Day against Tlle reds-0�ing to the losing of Street tray j shares of preferred Stock and is Ltd or sch a he Fie and the general suspension of bust ares of common. J rive next monday and will be used in he estimated the Par value of the the Watertown series Stock in the beet sugar Industry now 1. Manager Burwell has been Dicker held by his family at $10,604,000. J in for a Bis league outfielder and his retirement from the directorate should he be secured one of the Gard of the american sugar refining com Are of Pany was explained by Young have Quot Meyer at the request of chairman Hardwick. To Spry Lambert who Wras on second last season for the fair City aggregation is with the Aberdeen team this year and will be seen on second with them tomorrow. It is probable that Schauer will Start tomorrow against the Hub City team. Aberdeen american tomorrow the wanted to quit the Trust. A i wrent West on a trip and when i returned a said or. Havemeyer i had made up my mind that i wanted to _ take in Active interest in the National league Barnes commence again with sugar refining company. I wanted to tile a eals playing in live City. A make a career for myself along that j Nur Aber of Aberdeen fans will see the line. A i vent to or. Thomas who As the state convention of the was then at the head of the american i a18 pythias a i be in session and told him of my plans and notified i a he a the should take at least two him that on Jan. I 1911, i intended a be games of Thuv series from to retire from the directorate of the american. Or. Havemeyer said he did not get Huron but it would be better for them to take the entire series. Watertown s. a june 21.�?Watertown, in a batting rally in the last very far in his plans about the a Balf of the ninth tied up and in the tonal because the american sugar Temh won yesterdays exhibition game refining company notified or. Post wih Aberdeen 7 to 8. Doyle a Muff of Kehoe a Fly in the ninth paved the Way for three local counts. Batteries accused or Osler honoured that it would hold him personally responsible if he transferred to Havemeyer As desired the $10,000,000 ,. Worth of common Stock of the a Clapper a Herdin s1?son and tonal which had stood in posts name port a Jobst Clark and for the Havemeyer estate since its issuance and by we hich Havemeyer would have controlled the National. The Transfer of the Stock and its legality is still a subject of litigation. It i3 my intention if we win that litigation to make the National sugar refining company a real competitor of the american sugar refining company which owns a majority of the preferred Stock of the National a said or. Havemeyer. T have no interest in the american and no sympathy with of crime of hanging Nebraska former Baltimore physician. Ranch Man to Telegraph pole. Sen Sedy neb., june 21.�?charles firs a Oung ranch living Tweedy Miles South of Here As Tai from the Horn of Jack Hutch ii neighbor and Crank is knighted by King George. London june 21.�?the coming Coronation of King George is signalized by a free handed distribution of honors. I he bestow Al of a Baron Etcy upon with Quot a Horn he was spending the night. I or William Osier regius professor of and hande to a Telegraph Dole by four Medicine at Oxford and formerly pro Young men sons f neighbouring or neb Festor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins universe y at Baltimore and Mcgill University at Montreal is the most in men. Hutch pattern us to defend Sellers it is i Aid and was driven Back at the Point of a Shotgun. The Lynching is alleged to have resulted from a quarrel Between Sellers and a member of the quartet of r a sister of Antu he member of the party following an Init the sheriff arrested George and Alma Weed to it Neth Murphy Anc Harry Heath he Are charged with the killing. The prisoners were rushed to Valentine in automobiles to prevent any attempt of their friends to Rescue them from the officers. The affair has created intense excitement the dead Man and the boys under arrest Are Well known and the latter belong to prominent i families. 1 the score by innings Watertown .01 002 1008 i c Aberdeen .0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0�?7 knights in session Are called to order this morning at 9 30 at Lodge rooms whipped Illinois Farmer kills woman and then seriously wounds her husband. Mayor Klepo extends Welcome to City Huron entertains. Teres t ing item in the Honor list to americans and canadians. Big fire at god ten Shawneetown 111., the first gathering of knights o. I ulnar was held last evening at the Odge rooms the nature of the affair being a general reception and smoker to the incoming knights. I he grand Lodge was called to order this morning at 9 30 by a. W. Havens Chancellor commander of the Huron Lodge. After the invocation by the South Dakota City suffers loss of nearly one Hundred thousand dollars. H i t h-1 i i i t t i f i i i i i j j j j him who in june 21. With i Rev. Pearse Pinch mayor Goedd mad the arrival Here of Marion Vinyard a the address of Welcome to the knights Farmer and his incarceration in the Hie keys to the City were turned Over Gallatin county jail the killing of i a president of the Huron com mrs. John Robinson and the serious Nercil club a. L. Kinkead to be sex wounding of her husband at Leamington became known. A twelve year old son of Vinyard a was whipped while visiting the Robinsons. The Rev. Or Walker whose upend Quot Quot gym. Re Erel comm unit a dress a it pay8�?~ Alko d1ade 80 and South i Akion is Donar District of andde88 "5 the a a iary. Mise the auxiliary adjourned at noon my Frier. To to los president. Said a a the Bush it it a hag reappointed met ssh l n l w Ltd have come together mat b. Peabody As president an a. Lork we bl8hop 10 consid of the Aurllia Jav the work which we women Are trying to answer serious charge. A Groton s. June 21-spec t my to the Huron site. Fire Start. A a lug from an unknown cause about 11 30 of clock last night it of a ploy of the Milwaukee Railroad Here a a it Llor shop and two Resi was held under $500 Bond by the a i Donees aggregate Fig a loss of Erdeen municipal court to appear in Quot 1 the state circuit court to answer to a Pendl it lumr"0 Rowam hi6 ?6 a 8tatutory rape preferred a Bowles Auto Coe p a to ii Mcmillan 15-year-old a and John e. In Fiat daughter of w h. Mcmillan. P. Tail tended to the visitors. John Wade past grand Chancellor of Aberdeen vn10sit fitting response in Behal rent into Stob the Gray cd l0dge ther in mtg a ad3�ip a f fellas of the visitors in the City r pleasant one. This afternoon the us of the City have been Ai e disposal of our guests and Many Ltd them Lave taken advantage of the tact to View the Beautiful fair City this evening there will be a Dane and banquet and Many of the citizens or Huron will join with the knights a and their ladies in the festivities. Tomorrow will be the closing a Al Init and fears Are entertained for of the meeting and preparations hat Vinyard a safety. Been made for a big time. A Large delegation is expected from Aberdeen including the Aberdeen state Banc of Twenty five pieces. The Aberdeen. Delegation will put on the d o k to. Text. To in j it. 11 a to appeared at the Robinson Home with a Shotgun. Robinson shielded himself with his wife a body thinking Vinyard would not fire. One barrel was discharged and mrs. J Robinson fell dead at her husbands i feet. An instant later the other barrel was exploded and he fell across her body. Feeling runs High in the com a he i i i he it i i i i a. T t i i i i t i jul society of the Baptist Church will meet at the Home la mrs. Garfield West 1202 Illinois of thursday afternoon. June 22nd at 2 j�?T,1, Quot f e3d a Bir Parade ent come and bring your Friend z
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