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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 22, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition Mitchell South Dakota tuesday april 22, 1924. Number 175cooligde for arms meet bobbed hair Bandit Queen faces court girl who terrorized new York taken just after she became Mother capture in Florida Burken Dering without resistance. It Tatjie Cooney sats bahts Drath softened her heart Jacksonville. Ua., apr. 22.�?�? Brooklyn a daring bobbed hair Bandit known now a Plain Celia Cooney neared new York City today to face charges grow Ifor out of her spectacular Holdup exploits we Ich terrorized the metropolitan District for three months. With her in the custody of two new York detectives was her husband and accomplice Edward Cooney. Trailed through 12 states in her dash to find Solitude and a Haven it of safety in which to give birth to Hor child the Sander. 20 year old gun girl was arrested Here late sunday night with her husband just after they had buried their ten Days old baby which was born Lees than a fortnight after her last a a jobs a in Brooklyn. For a few hours they were kept in the local jail where they made detailed confessions of nearly a score of holdups. Then they were placed on a train which will arrive in new York late this afternoon. The Banditt Ueen surrendered without a fight although she exhibited a Flash of her former Iron nerve when beside her husband and both with drawn revolvers he halted the officers As they swept into their quarters in a Rooming House and coolly compromised with the Promise not to shoot it they held their fire. A the death of my baby which we loved. Some How softened my heart a she said. A i did no to want to fight. It All looks different vetoed suicide she told How her husband had begged her to let him shoot her to save her from capture and then kill himself but observed smilingly a we quit that mrs. Cooney became a Mother in a local Hospital on april la. Ten Days after she and her husband attempted to hold up the Brooklyn Plant of the National biscuit company during which the company cashier was shod and seriously wounded. The baby a girl died last saturday and was buried the following Day. Both assumed blame for the shooting of the cashier which is expected to produce a charge of attempted murder against them in addition to alleged robbery and grand larceny according to the a a calves Cooney 25 years old. Declared he was the a a brains of their operations and that it was he who did the shooting. The Bandit Mother contradicted him by declaring if it Hadnot been for me. Edward would have gone straight. I a the cause of All the trouble. Ile never did any of the both willingly waived extradition charged with 15 hold ups new York City. Apr. 22.�?ca�?T a their spectacular career at end mrs. Cella Cooney said to be Brooklyn so bobbed haired and her husband. Edward Cooney were to arrive in new Ork. Late to1a\ from Jacksonville. Fla., where they were arrested yesterday. They May be arraigned in the police court before night and probably will be indicted without delay. Inspector Coughlin head of the detective Bureau said the pair would have to face charges of assault a d robbery growing out of at least 15 holdups of Chain Rrt ores. The Moat serious charges covers the shooting of Nathan Mazzio a clerk in the Brooklyn office of the National biscuit company. Besides admitting that she is the a a bobbed hair Bandit a mrs. Cooney. Has according to police Here. Confessed that she and not her husband fired the shot which wounded Maz Zio. Police department doctors will be on hand when the couple arrive in Case the wife who Only ten Days ago gave birth to a child which died. Needs medical Aid after the Long Railroad journey. Thaw delivers excited speech in court room \ rushes to press table and denounces jury address by opposing counsel counsel fears hell lose jury Oase will be Fina i a y submitted when court adjourns for the Dat Philadelphia. A. Apr. 23.�?-just As the Harry k. Thaw sanity trial recessed for luncheon. Thaw rushed to the press table and burst into an excited speech of denunciation of we. A. Gray who had been addressing the jury in opposition to thaws release. When he calmed Down. Thaw said that he had not been excited because of or. Gray a speech but was nervous because of the danger of losing the jury if certain records were introduced. Harry k. Thaw probably will know the verdict today. Testimony was completed yesterday and John m. Patterson counsel for thaw. Had finished his summation and address were being made today by the various attorneys. Counsel for thaw intimated yesterday that the Case would by appealed to the state supreme court should the verdict be unfavourable. Thaw is confidant til be. Free tomorrow a was thaws confident assertion to his counsel As court adjourned yesterday. Admission by two alienist called to the stand by counsel opposing his release that during thaws confinement at the. Pennsylvania Hospital for mental and nervous diseases he had shown no indications of insanity was taken by his lawyers As a Strong Point in their clients favor although both alienist stated he was suffering from a moral during yesterdays proceedings. Thaw evinced Active interest Nutak ing numerous remarks to his attorneys. John m. Patterson chief counsel for thaw in his address to the jury attacked the opposition for their failure to Cross examine thaw when he was on the stand asserting that had they done so a the result would have thrown their Case out of court neither mrs. Harry k. Thaw eight two year old Mother of the Slayer of Stanford White nor Evelyn xes bit thaws divorced wife. Appeared on he witness stand. Called a morally insane or. Charles w. Burr a specialist in mental and nervous troubles a a a the University of Pennsylvania. In answer to questions by. Arthur g. T icky on. Counsel for the trustees of the thaw estate stated that he believed thaw a morally and incapable of administering his affairs if released. Judge Monaghan asked the alienist a number of questions including those which elicited that certain conversations with thaw showed no indications of insanity. Or Theodore it. Weisenberg. Consulting neurologist at the state Hospital for the insane at Norristown. Was the a next wetness. He said he a came to the conclusion he thaw is of unsound Quot i thought a or. Weisenberg continued. A the had moral insanity. I still hoi that a asked As to the probable affect j upon thaw if released or. Weisen j Berg said he would a in a1 probability j revert to the Samo practices a had i carried on before. He would unquestionably be dangerous to Here is the All Beauty team Soo Falls casts i president for big vote today new conference on mayoralty on armaments balloting folks hectic final Tell associated press he will night of the City a hottest act when reparations Campaign Are settled hurl eggs at Parade wants world Law i Mia Ivanc in it of in president i Iso urges Ameri Mckinnon a Fin Avok tto ban irks u Hile j d irix nip Itka sip porters Mak k dam i Dix is ii Al \ rations on stration s Sioux a ii is. Apr. 22.�?with votes Oast at 2 o clock this afternoon now York pity. Apr. 22. Aha president Coolidge in an and in Sioux Falls mayoralty election dress at Tho annual luncheon Here to the record vote of 11,500 polled in by of the associated press that with last week s mayoralty primaries a ,._ a a firm establishment of a settlement or destined to to surpassed before the poll close tonight. The vote at 2 the German reparations question a p no in the election of a week ago would favor Steps looking toward the when George w. Egan and Thomas calling of another world conference Mckinnon were selected to oppose 11 o consider further Lim hat Ion of reach other in today s mayoralty Fin i moments and Tho codification of in afe 7.4xw. J Law. Observers had not believed that j disclaiming any ability to announce today a vote would he As Groat As that., a formula that would guarantee the of last tuesday and attributed its in i peace of the world the presider., de expected size to splendid Weenie and Cirard there were. However certain the activity of the weeks definite things which should be done in Nievo Tho world or a much of the Burden of military Arma Trientji and diminish the probability of military of Cam Pat going. Mckinnon workers claimed that the greatest increases in Ball opting Over last week were in wards where Mckinnon is it wily Strong while Era t a the Washington conference did a Egan supporters stuck to their claim great Deal to restore Harmony and of last night that Egan would win by Good will among the the a vote approximating two to one. J president said a another purpose of the polls close at 5 p. In. A. Conference is the further limitation Sioux Falls. S. D., apr. 22.�?Sioux of competitive armaments. Much re .1 Mains to be accomplished in that i fall electors went to the polls to Dav to choose Between George w. ,. In i it would appear to be Imp rated began . On i j Cable to attempt action under present Titian. An Lomas. Non. V a conditions but with a certain and deft a by. Pall., contractor for let German reparation. Mayo hip of the City a in the Ltd Aal established. I a Euld sow the i of what in said to be the Htay a i Njo of a Mil or municipal Campaign in the City s his j Archiew it Uch lint Union of tory. And initiate plans for a codification of the Mckinnon the tired business Many a dream has come True. They be selected an All Beauty chorus. Year after y6ar the All american football eleven makes its appearance the baseball gents get their Pennant favourites and the olympic athletes have their fling but the a perfect chorus has just appeared and Here it is. To Obain he a knee plus Ultra o chorus Dom the leading musical comedies of Broadway were enlisted and managers and Beauty experts applied the yardstick and magnifying Glass seeking to select a Type from. Each producers finest. Hundreds were Given a series of Beauty tests with a careful balance of blonde and Brunette types being maintained. The result is Beauty Dom olympic team they Are Imogene Wilson of the Ziegfeld follies Center and right top to Bottom Katherine a Deb Berlin s music Box revue Beatrice Reiss of a a vogues and Lucille Mendez of a a Little Jessie James left top to Bottom Eleanor Livingston in a Lollipop a Marian Mooney Wistful Beauty of a artists and models a and Elsie Schaeffer of a Moonlight at top Center is Jessie Matthews americans youngest chords girl Bein but 15. Sheriff ready to Cut barriers into Arizona i Winner motorists in Rush after Ucen ses after 30 arrests Sioux Falls s. A. Apr. J 22 a thirty arrests for failure to display 1924 automobile License plates were mad at Winner. 9. D., saturday within a few hours by Deputy state sheriff Wood Smith according to a special to the Sioux a us Argus deader. The arrests creates a near panic among recalcitrant motorists and the county clerk issued two Hundred 1924 licenses before he closed his office for the Day. Sacy a men to. Gal., apr. 22.�? Richardson of California after a com foe once today with g. H. Witecke. Director it of the stale department agriculture. Sort a Telegram to Secretary Wallace in Washington requesting that the Federal government take conv plete control of Tho foot and Mouth situation in California. The Telegram was in reply to one sent to the govt rom Are questing such action. Yuma. Ariz. Apr. 22.�? Aoa this torrid town on the Arizona Bank of the Colorado River nestled As comfortably As possible Between the frying pan and fire today while awaiting the outcome of two apparently antagonistic methods of solving the quarantine supervisor Here that authorities. According to or. E. In Siam quarantine supervisor Here that authorities of that county stood Square weather forecast Minnesota increasing cloudiness night probably becoming unsettled a Edneeda warmer tonight colder West portion wednesday. Iowa fair tonight probably Fob wed by increasing cloudiness wed a Day rising temperature tonight i id in East and Central portions j wednesday. North Dakota partly Cloudy to get and wednesday warmer in j ust and South portions tonight Ider wednesday. South Dakota fair tonight and wednesday warmer tonight colder wednesday. Lineal temperatures maximum and minimum tempera res from 7 . Yesterday to 7 a. Today As recorded by the official ivern ment thermometer maximum 49. Minimum 29. At s a. In. Today 4 5. Weather and roads hem bulletins Are flied at in. In. Dally by the associated fines Watertown Clear 32 roads fair. Rioux Falls Clear. 38 roads fair. Pierre Clear 37 roads fair. Aberdeen Clear. 3# roads Muddy. Mitchell Clear 45 roads Good. Buro Clear 35 roads Good. No dead names do you realize that when you spend a few cents for a want and in the Republican you Are buying More than 8,000 printed copies of it and that these 8,000 papers in which your advertisement is published and which Are read by approximately 40,000 people Are delivered to that Many Homes in Mitchell and surrounding territory there Are no a a dead names on the mailing and delivery lists of the Republican. Every person who receives the Republican pays for it. If he stops paying his paper stops coming. How could it be possible to reach a better or More responsive class of people than those who pay for the privilege of Reading your want ads use the new want and phone Call 2424 a behind the sheriff who last Friday is said to have broken Down a quarantine Barrier on the Indian reservation and sent a , hungry heat Ridden throng of delayed motorists on their Way to the Arizona line which they were finally permitted to pass after fumigation. Should another quarantine Barrier be erected in Imperial county. Or. Stam quotes the supervisors As saying. The sheriff already has his instructions to demolish it. Cheer Coolidge on arrival at new York City a new York City apr. 22�?president Coolidge who will address the annual luncheon of the associated press today arrived at the Pennsylvania station with mrs. Coolidge and a Small party at 5 52 of clock this morning the party left for the Waldorf Astoria at 7 55 of clock. As the president and mrs. Coolidge walked through lines of policemen to a motor car at the seventh Avenue Entrance of the station a crowd of men and women passing through the Avenue on their Way to work cheered i for several Aai Nute. Arriving at the the hotel the pres ident and mrs. Coolidge had break-1 fast in their suite with Charles d. I Hiller. Republican National Mymit Teeman from new York or. Nicholas i Murray Butler president of Columbia i University and Michael Friedsam. A j new York merchant. Blind studs wins High honors for his Law school course cd Ira Arn. 111 apr. 22.�?George Henry Wei Itmann 24. Chicago totally Blind since Babyhood has passed Tho Illinois bar examination and will to get graduated with. High honors from Northwestern Taw school in june according to Dean John h. Wigmore. His Mother and sister according to Dean Wigmore. Read aloud to him every word in All the Law books he has used. Of British flier reaches India Bombay India apr. 22.�?stuart Mac Daren. British aviator engaged in an attempt to Fly around the world arrived today at Adu Shehr Bun hire ups tit Penton cult a a Daugherty did not prosecute lumber trusts Washington. A apr. 22 a department of Justice explanation of How hired liquor from the department through a Petty graft was placed before the Daugs erty investigating committee today toward the end of a Long be Ion devoted Large by to testimony by chairman Thompson of the Federal Trade commission about the departments failures in prosecuting lumber interests under the anti Trust Laws. W. W. Grimes of the Justice department. Tho said he was acting by direction of attorney general Stone read a report by special investigators into the liquor disappears noes. It did not show where the goods went however contained nothing bearing on previous testimony that some of it a taken to the private Home of former attorney general Daugherty. The witness declared there was nothing in the Law to permit destruction of liquor seized in trunk and other baggage and never claimed. Consequently to said a Large Supply had accumulated and some of it had vanished mysteriously. He insisted however that a Petty graft of that kind might be expected in any Large government department. The first departmental investigation into these disappearances Grimes said was made by an agent named Cox whose report showed Little As to who was responsible. Los a Geesman charged with stealing a clothing store forces concluded their pre election activity bust night with a. Great Parade through the downtown streets. Egan adherent stood in groups along the line of March Many of them jeering and flinging Egan banners above the crowd which stood to watch the marchers and. After the Parade they returned to Egan headquarter to crowd a few Hundred at a time. Into a Small Hall to hear Egan make i final Pressett station of the issues of the Campaign. Dater he spoke at an overflow meeting in the Street. Police made several arrest a Ong the parades line of March in instances where bystanders became too boisterous in for one candidate or the other and one automobile Load of parades was struck by a Volley of eggs but no major disorders were reported. Both sides had hundreds of workers Busy in the City and at the polling places today and the citizens committee organized to prevent illegal voting was checking voters As they registered their Choice with a View to continuing after the election prosecutions for illegal voting. Contest at Aberdeen a also grows bitter Aberdeen. S. D., apr. 22.�? Blee. By on excitement is running High Here today where chm Mission in Ira Kruger and Perry l. Gray Are in a race to decide Wilio shall have the five year term As police commissioner now held by Kruger since i election nine months ago to fill a vacancy. Since the election a. Week ago the heat of the Campaign his increased and personalities have in injected into the fight. At a Gray meeting monday evening Kruger partisan took the floor aft Ltd a Gray speakers had concluded and much bitterness was developed. Arrested for blowing up wife with dynamite Superior Ariz. Apr. 22.�?frank Hitt has been arrested on a com plaint sworn to by his Stepson Karl Kempton hear Girg him with death of mrs. Hutchison april 14. According to police investigatory. My Hutchison was killed by an explosion of dynamite under her bed. Other arrests Are pending official said today. Boat beats train Vienna a motor boat to carry a passengers and baggage which will cover the distance from Vienna to Budapest about 150 Miles in two and a half heu is. Is being completed near Here. Four hours. The fastest train takes International Law. Should preliminary inquiries disclose that such a proposal would meet with a sympathetic the United states the president said. Stands in position to take the Lead in such an additional move toward world peace Erica holds the respect of other nations and a your position is Sneh Trtat we Are trusted and our business Init Titus ors and government Ane considered to he worthy of praises Dawes body or. Coolidge hailed the work of tha Dawes commission As unsurpassed in importance to anything that had transpired since the armistice and declared there appeared a to be every reason to Hope that the report offers a basis for a practical solution of the reparations a i Trust that it May commend itself to All the european governments interested As method by who a through Mutual concessions they can arrive at a stable adjustment of the intricate and vexatious problem of reparations and that such an outcome will provide for the restoration of Germany and the largest possible payments to other countries a he added. Pointing out that the plan proposed by general Dawes and his associates contemplate an immediate loan to Germany for pressing needs and for the financing of a Hank he expressed the Hopr that private american capital would he willing to participate in the making of such a loan. A sound business reasons exist Why we should participate in the financing of works of peace in Europe though we have repeatedly assert that we wore not in favor of advancing f to Rule for any military he continued. A it would Benefit our Trade and Commerce we especially Hope that of will provide a larger Market for our Agri pm Rural production. Besides this. There is the Burn Attar Ian requirement which carries such a Strong Appeal and the knowledge that out of our abundance it is our duty to help where help Wilt be used for meeting just requirements and the promotion of a peaceful first duly to selves the president devoted hts address. Delivered to the leading newspaper Pum Lahera and editors of the country. To the country a foreign relation in the main although he reminded those who heard him that a your first duty is to and that a american standards must he maintained institutions must be the who address was based on the general theme of services Tbs service that the american government might Render to the people and the service the american nation might give to the world. He Drew the theme from the work of the associated press. A the work of the associated press both Recey sary and logical a he mid. J Quot indicates that the True method would by Light years is meant the number of years required for Light to travel from a Atar to us. Today a baseball american Lei give Leosi Angelo. Calif., apr. 22.�? Sidney Zinner is in the City jail today charged with stealing a clothing store. Max Cohen proprietor of the store asked police assistance yesterday when he returned from a week end trip and found his store building vacant. Officers discovered the contents at a freight depot about to he shipped to Cleveland. Ohio and Zinner who had been Cohen a clerk was supervising the shipment they said. The total output of Coal for the world la 1933 vat 1,183,000,000 Short ton appear to lie in recognizing the Broad principle of our individual and National dependence calculating the requirements which flow from that condition. And governing ourselves accordingly. Complete Independence mean Complete coordination and cooperation. From this principle arises the i Oft repeated Law of services a can St. Deuis. N10 help ourselves Only As we help no a Cotrott. Ere. Bayne and Collin Whitehall and j a one of the pre eminent Requer Barnier. Me cts of our country at the prese of new Quot York. # time is to re eat blah and emphasize Washington. 2 in the Public mind the Law of ser Hoyt and hang and vice. The danger of America is not Ruel. In the direction of the failure to Philadelphia at Boston postponed j maintain it economic position but in rain. The direction of the failure to main Tain its National league vicious selfishness Pittsburgh. The president in alluding to thin St. Louis. 0 danger mentioned that the world Kremer and Schmidt Dyer anti. War caused Many of the old Standard Clemons. J to be suspended or cast aside and a Chicago. Gifted that although War Onn Dion Cincinnati. 0. Pained away they left a a Trail of i Kaufman and o Farrell Mays and a Cion and criminal then Hargrave. Turning to revelation of the Senate Bouton at new York postponed investigations without mentioning rain. Them specifically he continued Brooklyn at Philadelphia Pompon a a a a v e4. Ralp continued on a mfg eight i
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