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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 25, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten Page the evening Republican vol xxx Mitchell South Dakota Worth millions wishes she were poor wealthy Indian girl wants Only Chance to play Friday april 25,1924. Number 178 4i Money does no Good for in did no a is her opinion of Fortune has state guardian Tott Haftl heiress to disgust up by Qatar Rijs she has seen Over her Money by Roy j. Gibbons Nea senior writer Vinita okla. April 25.�?borrow of i million years looks from the eyes of Maud Lee Mudd. She in one of Oklahoma poor Rich indians. Neither Gold nor the South of her v is years seem sufficient to assuage the grief in this Little girls heart. Almost with a sense of loathing has she come to look upon the $2.-000. Voo Fortune inherited from her Osage and qua Pew aviator. Oil found on tribal lands brought her wealth. To Maud a child like Way of reasoning. This bulging Bank balance of White Many a Wampum is directly responsible for All the mischief done her since she became an heiress. Rich she is. And enviously so. says Maud Quot Money does no Good for Indiana mister. Really i wish i were poor just poor enough so that i would play and not have people fighting Over me All the Maud Scase and plight Are synonymous with thousands of her race in Oklahoma who have been made Rich by Oil. State court appointed guardians have these indians under supervision. Maud has had three of these protectors since she became an heiress. William Simms her present guardian. Was suspended from the Indian probate service pending investigation of charges that he paid a former congressman and lawyer $17,500 As a retainer fee to represent Maud in a on of. Simms has done a lot of Good for Maud. He has had her eyes treated for trachoma and saved the Little girl from approaching blindness. He was officially reproved however for accepting a guardianship Over her. The Indian service maintained his act was a violation of the probate service and that he should have served Gratis As Maud a protector in his official government capacity. Has seen quarrels Over Money Boss Murphy of tammany Hau Dies suddenly successor of Richard Croker succumbs to attack of indigestion once car conductor won his Way to head of Politi Cal organization by his native shrewdness whisky turns into water and it is not regarded As Miracle Maud Lee Mudd and her guardian William Simms. May examine sanity of girl Bandit Queen new York City. Apr. 25.�?-county judge Martin of Brooklyn announced today he would appoint a lunacy commission to test the sanity of Edward s. Cooney husband of Celia Cooney the Bob haired Bandit on information that Cooney a father died 15 years ago in an insane Asylum. The examination will delay pronouncing of sentence on the pair who pleaded guilty to first degree robbery. It is possible that mrs. Cooney also May be examined. Psychologists have unofficially reported her to be a a Moron bordering on feeble her craving for detective and real live stories county judge Martin said contributed to her criminal career. Tibet there la be a mob there when we re she told Warden Koenig. Then she danced a Jig $300 increase for postal men recommended washing a d. C., apr. 23.�?the House and Senate pros Toffice sub Washington d. a apr. 25.�? the death of Charles f. Murphy was formally announced to the Senate by senator Copeland Democrat of new York. Quot it May be an unusual thing he said Quot to announce to this body the death of a private citizen but there died this morning a Man who was a National character. Or. Charles f. Murphy t f new York passed away two hours ago. Many of us in this chamber knew and loved new York City apr. 25.�?ia Charles f. Murphy Leader of Tam Many Hall died at his Home Here today. Murphy succeeded the late Richard Crocker a chieftain of the country a most famous political organization. Ile was a native new yorker having been born Here june 20. 1858. Acute indigestion was the cause of of death. A Street car Driver who became Leader of the most powerful political organization in the world and As such played a prominent part in the naming of mayor and governor and nominees for the presidency such is the life Story of Charles f. Murphy. Although denied the advantages of education because of family circumstances he showed qualities of leadership Early in life and from boyhood had been the head of a Circle of one kind or another. In All of them he was uniformly successful a result that May be said to have been due to his loyalty to friends his shrewdness and his secretive manner. He never discussed his plans with any except his closest lieutenants and rarely spoke for publication. When a Minneapolis apr. 25.�?Federal prohibition enforcement agent were investigating reports that about $1 of confiscated whisky and alcohol stored in a local warehouse under custody of the United states marshal had been mysteriously replaced by water it was Learned today. Methods used in a the alleged substitution of water for the liquor and the identity of the perpetrators of the substitution were a mystery. Federal prohibition agents declined to discuss the matter and Captain a. Townsend Northwest prohibition director would not confirm the report of the robbery nor fix the amount of the shortage. The robbery was discovered late yesterday it was said when Harry Kedney. At the request of one of the officers of the warehouse company which stored the liquor prohibition agents went to the warehouse and tested the barrels which were included in three carloads of liquor seized in december 1923. It was reported that More than two thirds of the entire seizure had been replaced by water. Stern spent More in primary than my master total of hi2.500 for him com pares with $7.wh spent for governor. I a a movies tax is abolished by Senate s vote grand jury begins work on Oil scandal exemption of a tickets in special government counsel Der 50 cents is approved assist in presenting Evi today Dence on leases Church gifts exempt today a session Brief Senate Ai to rejects a Mai. Lots suggestion to Hueck capital i Ost deductions adjournment is Taren until monday to hear More of the charges Pierre s. A. Apr. 25.�?expenditure of $8,452 by the Campaign committee which supported the candidacy of senator Sterling for renomination at the primary election a listed in an account filed with the Secretary of state. To included 77 contributions. Supporters of f. L. Shaw. Defeated Republican candidate for superintendent of Public instruction listed Campaign expenses Quot of $350. By Sterling himself Pierre. S. A. Apr. 25.�?United states senator Thomas Sterling Defeated for renomination in the March Republican primaries spent $3,917 in his Campaign according to an account Ever he consented to be interviewed filed by him with the Secretary of committees which jointly have been there Are Many reasons Why Maud in her cell and a moment later wept i working out a pay increase schedule he usually covered what he had to say in a sentence or two. As a result. He came generally to be known As a silent Charles Quot. Or. Murphy a political leadership began in the eighteenth Assembly state. The democratic and Farmer labor fusion organization spent $1,570 in its Campaign. James f. Houlihan chairman. Attested in a statement. Pierre. S. To. April 25.�?the Cool District in 1892 when he became Dis de Headquarters in Chicago spent strict chief. From that time the Rise 30-792 in it Effort to Ain the in of the future Leader of the Democrat horsemen a of the president from South is party in new York was rapid Dakota republicans at the March Pri in goo health yesterday. A Mary cording to a statement of or. Murphy appeared in excellent Washington d. C., apr. 25.�? a a a proposal of Secretary Mellon designed to Cheek capital loss deductions was rejected by the Senate today without a record vote. The committee provision exempting from to per cent admission tax All theatre tickets Selling for less than fifty cents was agreed to. Without opposition the Senate agreed also to a committee amendment proposing to allow Only articles Selling for $25 or Jess exemption from the five ppr cent jewelry tax. The House had voted exemption for All articles Selling for less than $40. J exemption of produce and Mer j Chandise brokers from the $50 brokers tax then was agreed to and restoration of the full $10 tax on billiard and Pool tables and Bowling alleys was approved. The House had Cut this tax in half. Contributions to fraternal organizations used exclusively for religious charitable scientific literary or educational purposes were voted exemptions from taxation by the Senate a suggested by the finance committee. Start Early today Washington d. C., apr. 25 top a inaugurating a program of meeting earlier than usual the Senate went to work today on the tax reduction Bill. At the conclusion of speeches yesterday outlining the views of the republicans and democrats on the measure. Chairman Smoot of the finance committee announced he would Call for immediate Reading of the Bill today for action on committee amendments although general debate on the measure had precedence. All of the controversial amendments he said will be passed Over for later action. The opening of debate yesterday brought Forward the Mellon income tax schedule placed in the Bill by the finance committee Repi Blicaus As the main Point of controversy with a firm stand by Republican organization leaders for the Treasury rates indicated in the speech of chairman Smoot. Senator Jones. New Mexico. Washington d. C., apr. 25.�?selection of the grand jury before which is to he presented the criminal charges growing out of the Senate soil investigation was completed today in the District of Columbia a preme court. The jury immediately retired to its quarters with an assistant District attorney and the presentation of preliminary evidence a was begun. Atlee Pomerene and Owen j. Roberts special government Oil counsel Are assisting the District attorneys office in the presentation of the Case. After a Brief session the grand jury recessed until monday. Hustle Hitz in charging the jury told them he did not want Quot any political indictments a in this court. A nor do we want any indictments based on scandal or Rumor Quot said he. The a Tara panel of 150 person was exhausted in the selection of the 19 members of the jury chosen today. Four members had qualified 10 Days ago. At least 12 of the 23 jurors must agree upon an indictment before one can be returned. Balloons air race near great lakes one drops near Minnesota line three have not yet been reported i tired of wealth. Bop has witnessed bitter quarrels Over control of her person and property. She has been the chief Contention in numerous Legal Battles and has seen her own relatives bristle with fight when foiled in an alleged attempt to spirit her from the state. Sixteen years ago Congress enacted legislation transferring All Juri edic Tion Over Indian probate matters from the Federal government to the local county probate courts. In theory the Law As drawn was intended to make of he state tribunals an interested corps of government agents who because they were on the ground would be in better position to look after the needs of the indians. Thousands of indians have been declared incompetent and a guardian named under this Law. Guardians in Oklahoma having Indian wards number almost 5000. Any guardian May have As Many As five indians under this custody. Not so Long ago there was no restriction As to the number. Repeated investigations charges of graft and open hostility Between the Federal Indian department and state government have grown out of the guardian system. All of this Maud. With her sad heart and still sadder eyes eyes just rescued from the dread trachoma epidemic among her people knows hut cannot Frame into words because she is just a Lithe Indian girl. But in these words symbolic to her of All the dread and cur a that Money bae brought to a once mighty people a her own people a she tells the world that a Promise a been broken that sadness and heartaches grip the red Man. T and those word you have loud and Long. Hiram Johnson gives up Indiana i for postal employees have decided to j disregard the recommendations of i postmaster general new and Are sex i petted instead to urge a Flat increase of $300 for clerks and carriers. Health last night according to Bis Secretary. Daniel j. Ryan. He conferred with political associates at a Campaign expenses filed late today by t. B. Roberts sr., of Pierre state manager. The expenditure of the organization. Campaign plan business Heads in Germany Praise Dawes report Hearty dinner and retired at the usual jupp&Quot"1&Quot senator Hiram for the endorsement totalled $16.07, according to the report made today by George Norbeck of Redfield state manager. A a total of $7,256 was expended in Cleveland. Ohio. Apr. 23.�?0$ a senator Hiram Johnson of California will close his Campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in a speech at Toledo tonight. He Early hour servants related that the tammany Leader complained of suffering chills Wujen he arose this morning. He breakfasted and almost immediately afterwards became ill. He also complained of pressure Over the heart. Murphy a Valet summoned or. John e. Herrity father Lawrence a. Hogan of the roman Catholic Church of Berlin. Germany. Apr. 25.�?ob a i 2� Epiphany. Murphys Doughie. A Quot unequivocal endorsement of the Ger Ames. O by Ancer us bounced Here today. He will make no Man governments action in accept i it it in Arroga e a Campaign speeches in Indiana next eng the Dawes report As a basis for fance convinced the physician week returning to Washington to reaching a reparation solution is sex patients heart had been rundown physical condition prevented the Indiana Campaign. Or. Johnson said. The senator who spoke at the City club luncheon Here today instead of saturday night is suffering from Throat trouble brought on by i strenuous pre primary Campaign. Quot a few Days rest will bring me around All right Quot he said. His noon Day address Here followed the lines of the other speeches he has made in Ohio this week. Cancellation of his Indiana Campaign trip closes or. Johnson a entire Campaign for the nomination no other speeches having been scheduled after the Indiana Campaign he said. S o a a a Grain growers officials hopeful for Mcnary Bill Aberdeen. S. P. Apr. 25.�?president j. E. Kelly and general manager c. A mister i wish i were poor. Just j a. Croes of the South Dakota Grain poor enough so that i could play be growers association in conference reaching a reparation night failure of his voice and his pressed in a Resolution adopted by the powerful league of German industrialists which designates the sex stricken that he was in great pain and near death. He was Given an hypodermic stimulant and put to bed. _ ten minutes later he died. He reports findings As a verdict founded on ,. 4a i j Mamed conscious up to Tho last to Ralise Money does no Good of for in weather forecast today expressed Groat Oor Fidone in the Prospect of ultimate Massage of a favourably amended Mcnary Haug j in Bill. I or. Croes said that to had word minnea Oto Cloudy and colder to from to it Rivat wow a1 Washington night saturday fair rising Inch air to president Roo lids. A sure in West portion. Looking upon the measure with More Iowa unsettled with ram in favor than he a expressed in the and Central portion tonight colder tonight Frost in West portion saturday partly Cloudy colder in East portion and showers in extreme South portion. South Dakota fair tonight colder in Southeast portion saturday fair Ith rising temperature. Local temperature maximum and minimum temperature from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today a recorded by the officials verment thermometer maximum 7. Minimum 39. At 8 a. M. Today 39. Precipitation trac. Weather and roads thee bulletin Are flirty at 1 we a the. Dally by Tho associated Rem Sioux Fullr Light drizzle 47 roads fair Pierre rain 36 roads fair. Mitchell raining slightly 39 a Olds Good. Aberdeen Cloudy Light drizzle so reads Muddy Huron raining Sloff Chetly it Road fair. A Uptown Cloudy heavy nil Iuria night 37 Roede Muddy. It past. Principles of sound economics and eminently suited to achieving the solution aimed at. Can it be possible bobbed hair will be Shorter says fashion Chicago. April 25.�?bobbed hair will be Shorter and the military part of 1873 is coming into favor according to Madame Louise Perallo chairman of the program company at the Illinois hair ureters convention today. Fashion demands the Shorter Boh which May be straight or in tiny curls All Over the head she said. But while the hair is being Cut Short the part will get longer with the Quot colonel Cut of 1873, Middle part from the forehead to the Nape of the neck will be favored with the hair brushed Forward Over Tho a. Resting on the Cheek Bone in the form of a figure six. A o earthquake at Seattle Seattle. Wash., apr. 25.�?a severe earthquake was Felt Here at 12 9.3 of clock this morning. Residents pronounced it the most severe tremor in this District for Many years. No damage has been reported. Obtaining the senatorial nomination for governor w. Of. Mcmaster. The report of his organization showed. This included $1,500 previously listed by the governor As his personal contribution to tile Campaign fund. The period for filing expense reports ended yesterday. O a a a a depositors ask court to go into Soo Falls Bank committee advanced the democratic program assailing in addition to the Mellon income schedule the form of the corporation tax and advocating a graduated Levy instead of the Flat rate. Coolidge told exclusion act is too harsh Sioux Falls. S. To apr. 25.�?a ment. The tammany Leader always taciturn remained so up to the time of his death. Although in agony his committee representing a group of greatest concern seemed to be one of do a Quot Ait re in the defunct smut palls Sunrise that he should suffer from indigestion. And of impatience that his heart should seem to have been affected. He did not suspect that his illness was Fatale mrs. Murphy was at Atlantic City. Hull pays tribute Washington d. C., apr. 25�?chairman Hull of the democratic National committee. Issued the following statement in connection with the death of Charles f. Murphy Trust and savings Hank today began a Friendly suit against John Tfir Ning state superintendent of banking to compel him to permit them to go in -1 to the Bank s affairs with a View to salvaging a part of their Deposit. Attorneys for or. Miming argued in circuit court before judge John t. Medin that the court has no jurisdiction Over the Hanks assets and that it cannot permit a depositors com ,. 1 a he i Coolidge was receiving an eleven Mitten acres to the records. Judge. A hour resume of the situation a View o of to _ i Quot or. Murphy was the greatest Medin took Tho Case under advise by mini lairs of con rest opposed Leader tammany Ever had and put Niento. That organization upon a High and 0 efficient plane both in its services i pm a Vii if to the democratic party and to Good Mui government in new York City and state. He also made tammany a Large Factor in National politics. A Quot when All that Charles f. Murphy really stood for becomes better understood his Many known Virtues and great leadership will he greatly enhanced in Public a o a a weeks withdraws War poster attack on women voters twisters in Texas and Oklahoma Kansas City. Mo., apr. 23.�?tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma today killed at least four persons injured seven and demolished several farm St. Ansgar to. Apr. 25.�?army entry balloon s-14 in National balloon rare from san Antonio piloted by major Norman w. Peek Arith Lieut. W a. Gray As aide. Landed seven Miles South of Here near the Minnesota state line at 2 a. In. Today. Three sch going Kansas City. Apr. 25.�?three of the a i seven balloons which left Kelly Field democratic member of the finance san Antonio. Tex. Wednesday in the National elimination balloon race were last flighted Over Northwest Missouri last night bearing steadily on a northeasterly course that was expected to carry them to the grea4 Lake Region by Dawn today provided the pilots were successful in rid Iny out rain storms in their path. Army balloon. No. 2. Piloted by Captain e. W. Hill landed at Moline Kansas late yesterday having been forced Down by an electrical storm. Two other hags the army entry no. 3, piloted by lieutenant Ashley Mckinley and the san Antonio piloted by b. H. Fournier were wrecked when they wore forced Down in Oklahoma. Those still in the race according to last reports Are Captain h. E. Honeywell piloting the Kansas City cooperative club entry. Herbert von Thaden. Piloting entry of the Detroit aviation society. Ward t. Van orman piloting Quot Goodyear of Coolidge writes appreciation of s. D Campaign Pierre. S a. Apr. 25.�?personal appreciation of efforts in behalf of president Coo id so during the state primary Campaign was expressed today by the president in a message to t. B. Roberts. Sr., his manager of his Campaign in this state. Quot in consideration of the final result in South the president. Said a some May have lost sight of the wonderfully effective work done under your direction there. In the far of Many hosta oils and against Odd which might Wel have proved hopeless you were Able to bring about a practically even division of votes. A though the verdict May have been Washington d. A. Apr. 25.-�? a it a president Coolidge is attempting to work out an arrangement with respect to japanese exclusion which will satisfy those favourable to restriction and at the same time avoid any affront to Japan. This announcement was made at the White House malay in explanation of the recent conference held by the executive with stale department officials and those who have had charge of immigration legislation in Congreve. Quot Washington. D. . Apr. 25.�?of a As the Senate and House conferee met today to it e the final touches to the new immigration Bill. President i of japanese exclusion president Coolidge was told today that Senate opposition to the Bill a written is based in part on the indicated willingness of Japan to concede the right of the United states to carry restriction to any Point and to cooperate even if restriction was carried to the Point of absolute exclusion. In that situation it was argued the drastic language of the Bill might be an unnecessary affront. Secretary Hughes has conveyed i Houre thut arms were reported a a it Newhal the same View to the a a near Colt Texas and Slick. Okla. Three of the four killed were children. A a o a president and is said to have Indi the Quot Campaign with regret or apology. Rated i objection to other features1 Quot hot it of to know 1 am ver it grate of the Bill. What Are your wants if you have something to sell or Exchange or want to buy or lease or lend or borrow or want to hire someone or get a Job yourself or recover a lost article or solve any other problem which seems difficult of accomplishment use a Republican want a. If you find a lost article you can advertise it free in the Republican. Ute the new want and phone a amp la 2424 a Buffalo. N. Y., apr 25.�?a War de. Pali rement poster attacking certain women s for disloyalty j has been recalled by Secretary of War Quot weeks it was disclosed today by mrs. Maud Wood Park before the National league of women voters convention. Dime store magnate divorced by his wife now weds Divorcee six inches of Snow is piled up today in streets of Denver new York City. April 25.�? Sebastian s. Kresge. Of Detroit millionaire five and ten cent store owner and miss Mobel Marcer. Of Pittsburgh daughter of Captain Mercer former part Ner of Carnegie were married Here today at i Mercer a apartment. Or. Kresge i 56 years old his Bride i 31. She was an actress and Era divorced in 1919 from Pere Val Hardin a publisher. Or. Kreag a divorced Early this year. Denver. Colo., apr. 25.�?snow to a depth of six inches a piled in Denver streets Early today following an All night snowstorm. According to the weather forecast. Colorado will experience colder temperatures today with fair weather predicted for tomorrow. Of House strongly favors amendment on child labor today a baseball american league Detroit. 002 0 Cleveland. 030 0 Dauss and Bossier Chaute and i Myatt. Boston. Of new York. To Piercy and Pipinich Bush and Hoffman. Washington. Oil Philadelphia. Too Johnson and Rud Naylor. Hasty and a Perkin. National league St. Isoris. Chicago. Haines and Niebergall Aldridge and Hartnett. Cincinnati. 012 too Pittsburgh. Too 004 Luque and Hargrave Morrison and Gooch. New York. 00 Brooklyn. Of Dean and Snyder Vance and de Berry. Philadelphia at Boston postponed i fill to you and i Hope Opportunity will i offer in the near future for you to extend to those a Oci ated with you j my sincere thank. My Only regret ii that this acknowledgement must be somewhat Henry Ford is now learning How to drive a Railroad engine Washington p. A. Apr 25.�?the House voted overwhelmingly to Nav to give immediate consideration a a the Foster Resolution proposing a child1 labor amendment to the con rain. St Tuthi i. Six hours were allotted for debate and a final vote. With a a Reform of the Calendar i that two third majority required is sex i would eau a easter to fail on a fixed petted Lait tomorrow. Day a frequently been proposed. Marquette. Mich. Apr. 25.�?henry Ford is learning to drive a locomotive. Harvey Firestone millionaire tire manufacturer is acting a fireman. While thorns a. Edison encourages them when they return from the engine cab of the Ford special train touring the upper Peninsula of Michigan on an inspection tour of the Detroit manufacturer la properties Ford has taken to his new Job with the avidity of a youngster according to the trainmen with the party and can handle the engine efficiently. Firestone they say. Is a fireman. Edison is taking his annual Outing with the Fords. The train is at Sid naw today. In a a a a the Moon orbit around the Earth ii in the form of a serpentine Clinch
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