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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 5, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages the evening vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota wednesday april 5,1922 third edition number 159. Of. Probes for murder state u. S. And military plan Beck inquiries former chief Justice of Oklahoma supreme court gives Story of tragedy mrs. Day tells Story keep Era ii prohibition officer scents a Phooc he As real Caise of shooting j ainu to it a grand and glorious feeling by associated press encased wire Oklahoma City okla. April 5�? preparations were made today to launch three separate inquiries into the even s surrounding the death of lieutenant colonel Paul w. Beck Pioneer army aviator and assistant commandant of Post Field. Fort Sill Oklahoma who was killed by Jean p. Day. Wealthy Oil operator and prominent Oklahoma attorney in the latter # Home Here Early yesterday when according to Day Beck was struggling with mrs. Day. A civil investigation by county authorities will determine the charges to be filed against Day. A in Ivita by commission of three army officers. Headed by major Thomas b. Xanthier will come Here Friday or saturday according to an announcement at poet Field and investigate the killing. Meadows scents liquor a third inquiry got under Way when m. F. Meadows Federal prohibition director for Oklahoma began to Check up to ascertain whether liquor might have had a part in the party which i preceded the killing of lieutenant colonel Berk. County officials today were running Down various angles of the tragedy but until the Coroner s inquest saturday Forrest Hughes county attorney announced to would not tic cd de the question of filing charge against Day. Declaring he lev a Beck like a Day asserted he noted As most any a red blooded american who finds his Confidence violated his Home invaded and his faithful Wile insulted and violently a statement came from mrs. Day today giving for the first time her version of the Kitling. She was under care of a nurse. Quot Beck visited our Home on numerous occasions a mrs. Day said. A a however each time he called previous to monday night he acted As a perfect gentleman in every respect Oming in to our Home merely As a Friend and Ope whom we were glad because of his geniality. We really enjoyed having him inasmuch As he was Brilliant and an acceptable addition to any company. Early tuesday morning. However after or. Day left in the automobile to take the other guests Home he seized me by the wrist and threw Cie Arm around me. It was a total i reprise to me. Nothing like that Ever secured before and i was dumb funded by his action. As he had me be made improper proposals to me. I struggled vainly to free myself from his grasp. Them she fainted it was while i was thus Strug a try that or. Day opened the door and walked in. He immediately went up stairs. It seems to me that several minutes must have passed before t Beard him com a Down the stairs Berain. I remember very distinctly a hat he was standing on the Landing the a pistol in his hands. When i in saw him t was terrified. I remember distinctly that i screamed several times a after that t remember nothing Ere. Weakened by the struggle to rec myself from Beck s grasp. I it myself fainting. The whole room a am before my eyes and passed Way. The next thing i remember is indistinct. It is that some one was redressing me and telling me to bed to that i needed rest. What happened after i saw or. Day on the Landing there i am in pc get to Tail. I just remember that everything smiled to dim before my yes and faded when you i Fesce and 8uict>i�gs a coat or paint you and you 0.6.mu out Lov of ? Kytus amp ugh it tent i i�?T6 u a nah to get Kate cd ii mum and you cup out pc up acl a us Eliv to but Lac Yard and you eve Ltd to a life of 10,000,000, too too Ger a miserable by Cha sinks them err you pc miss with scrubbing hops Etc Etc a Sid then you duct e to cuban up paint up Smih a you it was and Yov tic t a Good to you a Eio hobos Ako Yow have t it it to Job amb c5ick�,d to �0i Toh m in boy a Ai t it a Gre a Rand and ? Alor r oui Pectic w new features gathered for Corn Palace a. A a dazzling musical revue is engaged to take place of usual band number is Eastern sensation English grand opera quartet and other excellent acts booked for festival Kun Aux Kun made political Issue in Dallas by citizens Dallas. Tex., april 6�?Dallas today has a new organization. As an outgrowth of recent noggins Here the Dallas county citizens league has been formed with the avowed purpose of opposing tie Kun Siux a run. Tie Resolution passed summarizes the organizations purpose As follows a no member of the Kun Ivoux Khan should be permitted to hold any of a Hee or it in Tate. And we pledge our Moore takes stand seizes not to encourage or vote for any candidate who belongs to the i Kun k Lux klan who sympathizes with or who has apologies to offer for that organization or its miners strike is within Law Daugherty says attorney general s statement causes discussion in the House body shearing miners representative denies Union refused to 018-i ass wages with owner one dead five near death Slayer escapes preacher who sold Home to Settle suit now must pay Fine by associated press lenses wire Newark a. J., april 5�?the Rev. Cornelius Denzel former pastor of the i new Netherlands reformed i Hurch of Passaic was fined $500 yesterday j after pleating guilty to violation of j the Mann aet. The minister left his family and his by associated press leased wire flock in the fall of 1920 and went to Concordia ran., april 5.�?theo j Buffalo with Trina Hanneburg. A Dore Tremblay 18 year old Farmer member of his congregation. Boy was slain with an axe at his Home returned a few months later. Murderers to a k Tremblay family during night til Rue Are near death Kohlstedt to be inaugurated Hee on june 7 Mitch iello a 1922 Corn Palace entertainment is to be a Complete change from anything Ever before offered i in the Corn Palace in that the band feature of recent years is to be do a away with and an elaborately staged musical revue is to be put on in its Stead. Announcement was made today of the plans for a part of the entertainment for the next festival. Ernie Young s musical revue has been secured As the main attraction. This is the biggest musical feature of its kind now playing and carries the most costly wardrobe Ever provided for a musical production. The Compo by consists of 31 people including the musical director stage manager. Wardrobe woman and manager. Ailed a dazzling production a tattle the tales a Chicago Thea Tri Al paper pronounces this revue i to lie one of the most dazzling productions Ever staged there. The j principals and chorus will have Thor entire wardrobes made by Lester one Arbuckle takes stand in own behalf today film com air an tells jury to w actress met ii fir death Cleveland. Of. April 5.�?membars of the Pittsburgh vein of it aerators association inlay turned Down the request of congressman Nolan chairman of the House labor committee for a joint meeting Between operators of flu Central com pit 11 Ive Coal Fields and officials of the United mine workers of America in Washington april to Michael Gallagher president of the association announced late today. By associated press leased w ire san Francisco cal., april 5.�?ros-Co� pm fatty Arbuckle took the stand in his own defence at 10 45 a. In. Today in the third trial of a manslaughter charge against him resulting from the death of miss Virginia Rappe. Arbuckle said he knew miss Rappe new president of Wesley an Avile take office during i m Ai e n c Emen t a e Elk i of Chicago s most noted designers of i or year. He acknowledge being costumes. Present at Tho party in the hotel St. A a Pearl costume the review says j Francis in which he is alleged to j a that will be worn by the girls in the j have fatally injured miss Rappe. He j chorus it in said will started the said he had invited a few of the guests. Had plenty to drink Gin. Whisky and Orange juice were served at the party he said. A a breakfast was serval it it inauguration services for or. E Kohlstedt newly elected president of they j Dakota Wesleyan will be held on then wednesday. June 7, it was Arno unc most noted of each gown will contain 7.800 pearls and will Over the girls from Throat to ankle. The principals gown contains 17,000 pearls. Many costumed numbers a another unusual and striking wardrobe will be shown in the Romp an numbers in which the entire cast will be garbed in roman style. By associated press leased wire Washington d. April 5,�?th� House labor committee inquiring into the Coal Industry today awaited replies to invitations sent by chairman Nolan on the committees authorization. To bituminous operators in the Central competitive Field to meet with the miners Union leaders Here next monday and attempt to reach a settlement of the present strike. Public not menaced after senator Borah Republican Idaho had declared in the Senate yesterday a that drastic Public action might be demanded by the strike situation attorney general Daugherty raised the Point of divergence in views Between members of Congress and the administration when he issued a statement saying a the Golem last night three Brothers. 14, 12 an the parents of the girl sued him for de today. To years old respectively Are near $10,000. And he sold his Home to death with their Heads crushed and Settle the suit. The father of the boys. L. Trento t Blay a trustee of Shirley township and another 8 year old son were in j Jared. The assailants Are unknown. A a at Berk a feet bound the elder Tremblay was found unconscious on thu porch of his Home j i this morning his head injured and his feet bound with wire. Ile May recover. The body of Theodore Tremblay was found in the barn with the head crushed and the body badly burned. The other four boys Francis. Al Bert Alfonso and Cleo were found in the House. Only the youngest. J Cleo is expected to recover. All had suffered smashing blows upon the he id. Girl alone escapes a Little daughter who had spent \ the night at a neighbors Home was i the Only member of the family to Basker of the shipping Hoard at the escape injury. I opening session of joint con ression l. Tremblay is reported to have j a1 hearing on the measure. Delay recovered consciousness this morning May he fatal he declared adding that he had no idea the Board would a View with alarm Lasker urges. Ship subsidy without Deay hesitation on part of this Congress would be fatal shipping head asserts several Hundred visitors Are expected to be in Mitchell for the occasion which will be one of to # Twain events of the Wesleyan commencement week. An inauguration luncheon will be held at the Corn Palace at noon on june 7. And the More Arma i exercises will follow in me fitter noon and evening. Jln a ministers of the it. Fat of Rhodust j left the were at 3 p. In. And went into his own room to dress for an engage tent i . With miss May Taube a Friend he i among other highly costumed and a j elaborately staged null a ers presented by or. Young Are a pirate number. I Oriental number. West Point Cadet. I the bathroom and the door struck something. I looked in and saw miss Rappe on the floor. Was served at 2 p. Rn., while j ment is not undertaking to do any most of the guests were there. He thing in the present situation of the room in which the guests Coal declaring that a men have a right to quit work and men have a right to employ other men i went into my bedroom and locked the door a he said. A i went to a i gave her some water and asked i if there was anything i could do for her. She said a i want to lie it i carried her to a bed and returned , away Lawn. For Fly to anyone who a Amto visitors in the. City for perform this font in a similar manner. By associated press leased a arc Washington. 1>. april 5.�? prompt action by the Senate and House on the administration ship subsidy Bill was urged by chairman Merit exercises and members of the rotary kiwanis and Lions clubs and of the dubs affiliated with the Mitchell federation of women a dubs will attend the big luncheon at the Corn Palace. The inaugural charge to or. Kohl Stedt will be Given by Bishop Charles Bayard Mitchell in the evening at the Dakota Wesleyan Chapel. This will he followed by of. Kohlstedt a address. The regular commencement exer number with the entire chorus in j regulation uniform and a Little dutch number with dutch kiddies in wooden shoes and dutch the world s master escape artist Bago. Is expected to be another draw i ing card on Palace program. One of the unusual features of his aet to the Bath room. 4 Tho escape fr9�i the russian Tor into the room Virginia was on the tire Hoard thera is a standing of a floor. I again placed her on the bed and went out for mrs. Pembina Maude Delmont her Friend and one either in Public or private. Tjie Tor of the guests Ture Board is a relic of the Days of Nero in Rome which has found its Way to Russia where it has been used by the Black Hundred to Force confessions. Perhaps the most unusual escape shown in this act is one in which Rago is looked into an Iron hooped wine barrel with chains about his neck arms hands and feet. It Only takes him two or three minute to escape from this. This is unquestionably the rises will be held on thursday morn Potest act of its kind pm the angering. Other events will take up prac Jean stage today. Really All the rest of the time in other attractions who h arc commencement week. J petted to be shown on the program Long enough to say j who had committed crime. Of ii its crowded into booms number of the guests came into the room including miss Alice Blake mrs. Delmont miss Zey Provost and others. Miss Rappe sat upon the bed tearing her clothes. Her sleeve was hanging by a thread and i pulled it off. A i went out of the room and returned later. Miss Rappe was lying nude on the bed. I tried to pick her up and mrs. Delmont tried to Stop me. I said to mrs. Delmont a shut up sex j or i will throw you out the window. A the witness said he was dressed woman poisons husband held on murder charge inaction by the Congress on the legislation which the president has adv i rated in behalf of the american i merchant meeting in joint session to hear the views of both those in favor and those opposed to the Bill the Senate Commerce committee and the House merchant Marine and fisheries committee decided first to hear supporters of the measure then opponents and last give proponents an oppor Hack avas formerly student in Sioux try Sioux City la. April 5�?lieutenant colonel Paul a. Beck. Who was a hot and killed at Oklahoma City okla., yesterday by Jean p. Day healthy attorney and Oil Man when Fie latter returned Home unexpected a Aid found the army officer Strug ing with mrs. Day was a resident o Sioux City in his youth. Many people recalled Paul Beck he attended High school Here in a 95. At the time he was widely town As an All around athlete. He member of the a ivies club and Leader in High school social Cir by associated press leased wire Bremerton wash., april 5. Mrs. Ruth plur Nley said to have confessed that she poisoned her husband Hugh i Plum lev who died Here a week ago a Grid herself of him because of her Tunny to answer critics. Infatuation for Lyan Wood a neigh. Or. Lasker held that disposition by i w Sre ording to the widow s sworn Congress of the legislation pending be was in the hands of would decide whether the United statement which was in me Nanus statement Green states a was to be potent on the f prosecuting attorney a it \ Rose chunk j seas for the next several generations. Wood today. A gov. H. Allen thinks women i in politics should have one platform capable citizenship the in response Berk s father was major a. It. Who was a government agent thaa Winnebago Indiati re Terva in the set. The Beck family a stained a Home in Sioux City at the a Imp. Id. Man is blamed for Bureau shake up Aberdeen s. A. April 5.�?j, a. Arter of Bowdle May be the fire ran4 which started the Blaze in the Reau printing and engraving at Abington which resulted in the Dis mgr it of the chief and his assistant 3 so Heads of divisions. Will be remembered that the Otth Dakota Man was formerly i tray of the Treasury under Avils an<3 made some sensational res to effect that the Bureau duplicated Many lottery Bonds a All were in circulation. He alsoar8d the Bureau with failure to ? Troy cancelled Bonds and that 8e also were put Back into Cir Culin for somebody s Benefit All of b inflicted great loss upon the rement. A Athing Ever came of the charges i i Arter was never Able to get a Cllon and finally lost his Job. Merit As a citizen. She should understand the fundamental things such As taxation. There Are a lot of people blaming the legislature and the government just because they done to know where the Bills Are created nor for what the Money is used. Women should Lead in study the men wont study these questions but the women Are More of Leisure class and they should know All about the state the township the City and the county taxes. A the worst units with which we have to Deal Are the local units not through malice but indifference. Woman should understand the difference in the parties. This is a country of parties. It has been the one Issue for years and the future will see no other contest. Each party has its definite set of principles. Every voter should belong to one of the three groups and should know just Why he belongs there. In this great Midwest let the women study the non partisan league and learn Why e men As came in and Why it went out. Not organize clubs of women woman can be most helpful in study women but As citizens. I ing the currents of discontent the join a party and Pla it t e g Fertile Fields for fanaticism and so men play it in regard to pay. M1 Cial ism. After All there is hut one a the simple Penna e t basis the basis of intelligence and of woman in politics res 8 _ one Safe Road that of study and i understanding. Will elect More women a in Kansas there were four women members of the legislature last Winter and there will he More this year. I they will be elected As citizens and not because they Are women a in most Homes we find a Harmony of thought As regards politics. Oftentimes the Man votes with the woman. Wherever there is a moral Issue the woman a instincts Are always on the moral Side. The a Olstead act does no to work out any too Good but womanhood will keep this country from i Ever going she Sall right if she will regard herself a citizen rather than a so said h. Allen genial Kansas governor to the question. Governor what do you think of the woman in i. A live always been a staunch ado Cate of suffrage and have advised j the Kansas women to get in service of the government on the one platform capable citizenship. Sex Barier has been wiped out worn in should not restore it. We refer i the Irish vote or the negro vote. Let us Hope that the Day never darn when we speak of the woman vote. I do not think women should coun tenancy such subdivision. Some clubs. I such As the league of women voters set woman apart and we need her in As a regular participant. Should play the game a the men have been guessing about things for years but women should study the practical problems that confront the nation. They should As pack to give France seeds american forestry association helps in reforestation plans of old world will include Bob Hall noted american in lounging Robe and pyjamas. He comedian and extemporaneous sing described the summoning of the As the attorney general said the Public was not menaced by Coal shortage and that the interest of the government was in the preservation of order and Protection of property. He added that he saw no reason at this time to fear disorder. Following up the overture it has made toward settlement of the bituminous Coal strike the House committee on labor continued its hear Ashen i came out i in son the sub act today by consid Jering briefly attorney general Daugherty s statement of last night outlining the administrations a hands off policy for the present. Heads Daugherty a statement representative Bland Republican. Indiana whose Resolution to direct the president to appoint a Coal inquiry comm Sison occasioned the labor committee s interest in the matter read or. Daugherty a statement into its record and upon learning that president Lewis of the United mine workers had left the City called to the witness stari John Moore executive reprise motive of the Union in Washington. A emr. Daugherty says. After declaring that the operators were wrong in refusing to Confer with the mine workers in attempting to Settle the strike Issue in Advance that the uner. Who will come direct greater orpheus circuit. The English grand opera Quartetti singing grand opera in English will appear in costumes used regularly in grand opera. Good animal act Beckwith s african Lions is one of the Best animal acts appearing on the american stage today. The pro Paris France april 5.�?seven Hundred pounds of fir seeds for the reforestation of French Battle Fields Are to be Given to the French government by Charles Lathrop pack president of the american forestry association. This amount of seed is considered sufficient to Plant 3,000 acres of Forest lands. Or. Pack it was announced also is presenting to England 300 pounds of fir seed to assist in replacing the sixty percent of the forests of the United kingdom Cut Down during the War. Quakes spread fear throughout Serbia Belgrade Serbia. April 5�?intermittent1 Earth shocks which began March 23, Are continuing in the Northern Section of Serbia. No casualties have been reported but the superstitious peasant population is alarmed. There was widespread damage in the a Azare vats Dis have so at at the beginning strict because of Fli siness of Theof the season to clean up some of the accumulation of the Winter but he from the Ridant manager of the hotel and the red mine officials themselves refused last fall or some later time to Conifer with the operators for the same purpose a or. Bland said. A now has there Ever been a time when the United mine aah orders have refused to open negotiations with the Centra competitive Field operators for a new wage scale after april first in accordance with their agreement a no sir a or. Moore replied. A there has been such refusal by the removal of miss Rappe to another room. Arbuckle testified in a Clear voice and without hesitation. Arbu Ekley a interview with Willard was gone into in detail. In explaining apparent disc Repen i cies in his testimony regarding the Gram will be completed with an Quot act Locking of his by Droom door a by Demonzo and company introducing buckle Wrath fully attempted to a the original bottle jumping act. This act is said to create a sensation among people who Are looking for thrills. Of a collection of garbage starts on april 15 Coper de wagons will be Iski this year for first time in itty. Free collection of garbage under j the direction of the City administration w la Start in Mitchell on april 15, it w announced today. Ole Rudd who had charge of the Woi k last year and gave Good Satis faction has again been hired by the cite to handle the collections lie will houses. Appreciation the Mitchell Art club apr Platea Tho privilege of editing this Issue of the Mitchell Republican. We Are surprised babe bravery of the editor astonished at the audacity of ourselves and astounded at the patience of the Public. With the sincere Hope that this Issue has done no harm we return the paper to its original owners. Proclamation Mitchell hears the reputation of being a clean City morally men ally and Sanita Rily it is a very reputation to live. Witchie or not in Are to deserve and maintain tills standing among tile Eit is of the state remain with us. Spring has been backward this year and cleaning up is necessarily somewhat retarded but warm weather is now approaching and the time is Hen when the at Gumti lations of the Winter in oar hark Yards and alleys will soon become a menace to health and arc already insight and detract much from he appearance of our City. I t Here fort Hert by proclaim tin the week of april 6 to april 14 As clean up week and urge All citizens to properly dispose of All refuse ashes and accumulated garbage of any fort from the property for which they Are responsible within the specified time. Help to make and keep this the cleanest City in the state. E. A Bobb. Mayor. Cuse the District attorney of trying to capitalized the incident but his answer was ruled out by the court a emr. Arbuckle were you intoxicated at any time during the party a i Mcnab asked. A no sir a he answered. Direct testimony Wras concluded at 11 45, exactly one hour after it was begun and a recess until 2 p. In. Was j taken. Weather retort South Dakota rain tonight and thursday probably mixed with Snow West portion thursday thursday colder. Local temperatures by the republicans recording thermometer tuesday wednesday 3 p. In. 66 3 a. In. 49 6 p. In. 65 6 a. In. 47 9 p. In. 57 9 a. In. 47 12 p. M. 51 12 m. 46 3 p. In 50 maximum 66 at 3 p. M. Tuesday minimum 4 6 at 42 in. Wednesday. By the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 64 minimum 47 at noon 51 will take charge of the Wrork alone after that. Garbage As defined in the City ordinance is Kitchen refuse. It must be dry and must be wrapped in paper the City ordinance prot tides. J of. One of the great improvements to i a Dmit tire Tapuc j he made in the service this year will j 11vabe the fact that the wagons Are to be i covered to prevent Havir g the paper blow about. A o accepted by turks t Britain also wants interest by Assoria Ted pres leased wire j constantinople april 5�?the turkish nationalist government at an a Gora has Aee Ted with reservations the armistice proposal recently made by the allies the allies Reprez Nta a Tives Here have been informed. Lewis plans to Speed up wage conferences by associated press leased wire new York n. Y., april 5.�?national Headquarters of the Coal strike will be transferred to new York on the expected arrival of John Lewis president of the United mine workers of America. A Union leaders predicted or. Lewis would use every Effort a to Speed up the Anthracite wage International and District member of the Anthracite general policies committee forty Strong Are arriving in response to a Cal issued by w. 3. Kennedy president of the committee. They with or. Lewis will discuss emergencies which have Arisen since the strike was called saturday it was announced at Union Headquarters. One of the chief problems confronting the committee it was said was whether it would accept the Ai Jegede offers of several smal Independent companies to comply with the miners Nineteen demands if the men would return to work. Of Resit tee men yesterday expressed doubt that such offers could be considered because they would necessitate negotiation of separate contracts a policy heretofore disapproved by the International organization they said. Or. Lewis also is expected to Aid the committee in devising plans for enforcing the strike in Semi unionized districts where according to unverified reports received yesterday production has continued since the suspension order became effective. Because u. S. Asks payment engl or sends note to All her other allies London april 5.�?the British government has addressed a note to the allies declaring that owing to the fact that great Britain has to pay the interest on her debt to the United states she reserves to herself the right to Call on the allies in turn to pay the interest on their War debts to Gres Britain. The Mitchell Art club with mrs. Alice Roddy As editor in chief is entirely responsible for this Issue of the evening Republican Homes of Virginia mixers Are bombed by associated press Leas a wire i Beckley Vav. Va., april 5�?bombs were exploded in front of the houses of Benny Chicke Felk a and James Spade in Kilsey late last night. State i troops with blood hounds arrested John Forder and Andy Hon Zez who i denied All knowledge of the crime. Chicken flier and Spade a miners who continued at work for the Mckell Coal company after about one i half the Force went out on strike
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