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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 3, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Wednesday August 3, 1921 number 235buck sox acquitted by court flood perils Canon City and Pueblo again River isolated Canon City from world has one phone line Only there a always some blamed thing to delay a picnic or water is 21 feet deep Arka ass Rix la oks on a other wild ram i age it i Kaus 1>\um�u Tokay i ii r i Ito Tatry Cancun City. Flood Waters l or i i Rii Ril w ire it Colo. Aug 3.�? of the Arkansas the Royal George yes causing the arkansans River which swept Down upon South Canon a suburb and the lower part of this City yesterday had disappeared today. Leaving j nearly a score of families homeless and causing damage unofficially estimated at More tha t t 5o0.ooo. Canon City was isolated from communication with the outside world except for one Telephone line today to denier. Railroad tracks for Miles around were washed out and officials do not expect resumption of Normal service for several Days. The flood reached its Crest a 8 o clock last night when the reached a depth of 21 feet ninth Street Bridge in the Section of the City. In South the water was 14 feet deep. Heavy cloudburst broke mountains of the ter Day afternoon River to swell several feel within a Short time simultaneously. Grape Creek and Sank Creek Waters grew higher and on verged with the Arkansas. Sending a River of water Dow ii the Gorge into South Canon residents had received no warning and were taken by Surpi is Many waded out of the danger in Waler up to their Arm pits. Except for a Small Supply in a tool Reservoir there is no drinking water in the City today the Hood Waters having torn out All conducts. Pueblo menaced Pueblo. Colo. Lug j a the Arkansas River in Pueblo was within three feet of the levee top at 2 3 a a of clock til is morning but danger of a new flood was believed past. The flood stage of he River was the result of cloudburst yesterday in the Royal Gorge and surrounding Hills above Canon City the night superintendent of the Arkansas Valley Light and Row v company Here announced that a cloudburst Between Lime and Fisher Southeast of Here had sent the so Charles River Over its Banks Aud washed out a Highway Bridge on the Santa be Trail it the Junction of s Charlo and Arkansas Rivers. Rower lines and Telephone service Between Here and la Junta were out of commission Early today As the result of the flood the superintendent said Canon City and Florence both above Pueblo were flooded partially by the Arkansas River a High Waters lat night and considerable property damage done. Steadily last night feet of tin i month Center of the into flowed Over Inion. Which was Viry the the of i of Jon was Don. Today a baseball \ Mck it a of i k St. Louis Philadelphia game honed rain. To i let roil new wet grounds. York game postponed. Tev a my Pond rain. I Hie Host on a hot Ami Washington game Post it in i Ion moo�?2 la a. 102 too oux�?3 h o a Hulk Myers into Rud. \ Mion \ l lha Gill Crook Lyn in in Nati game Pond. Wet grounds. I Ait in philadelphia.0, j at Pittsburgh. Of i Hubbell. Winters a Ooper a my sell mid my Imos a i i i 023 03x�?9 14 i Ami Grottem. First i Boston at Chi i lest in. A in ago 020 Oil 002�?. 11 0 010 too 6 0 Ami o Neill Alexander a an Sega in re at cd i la Farrell. A w y lot i i Ibsen and Smith ,. Of t. ,. Too Martin la i o 003 i it lid i it of k. 0. I a and bitter Row on Over farm Bill min Itoh Liitt Iii in k i Alia Al pm Rah in a Phi i s of Harring Juby frees traitors to White sox but baseball holds them As outlaws none of seven who threw world series has yet any Chance of returning to organized Ball says Landis in announcing that baseball is not controlled by verdict of juries. Of. Ii in Tiit t 111111 i try aug i la w in 111 i Firica who wort throw the restored to organized baseball according by judge k. M. Landis National Basel regardless of the verdict of juries player Liat throws a baseball game no Powals or promises to throw a game no Terenee with a Bunch of crooked player a him intr to pre leaved Wile a a one of the american league players t night of an alleged criminal conspiracy to series a any immediate Prospect of being to a statement issued today ill commissioner. Said the statement a no player that entertains pro player that sits in a Conand gamblers where the Way it and Means of throwing his club about it. Will Ever a a it i course i do not reinstatement hut if Thev games Are play pro it know that any the Abos discussed. And dares not Tell is Iothial baseball. Of these men will apply for e Are at least a few of the \ so by or a pre Giro ton. J. C., aug 3.�?asser 11 itch Rock. Democrat president Harding or Slaughter Quot of thie credit Bill. I Artel i it ill. I a lion by so mob i be Brank ii. T i i hid Quot a tiered i Norris agric i a Polit a i clash in j Republican and i turn coming to to j pending committee Republican had a a i Era of during the Vii iou for yielding to dictation and now Rule Ball i ii six of Only i at a i a nil atop. Tin j in a Lii i Ami w h that will be enforced. Lust keep in mind that regardless of tin is entirely in Aud out Theja la Verska a it competent ilk the admitted to protect itself a verdict of juries a Serai list the Crooks both Quot Ruck w ave Tan of the a hic a swede Kisle re. Indicated an in ame. Ast night former third go White sox former Short tue Iai Intel to apply for . Salt son slugging outfielder e Wax through with i u i i devote his time to t he a Fiat e Democrat if defense substitute criticized t of a v Sena of the Bill. I a in Cill As opened Lier. Quot Hick dil voiced a picturesque and fill Farewell to ran Johnson Lent of the american league in Williams Pitcher Sui he play Semi professional Bull Sicotte. Famous Quot Shine Bull Quot lid ii had talked on in th1 a As by 11 a store Hanford presi Quot Lef to Llull Eddie h ii her. Crim sold Bandit in Beauty parlor raid grabs Coin from woman and flees the River Rose to within a few Avenue Bridge ii business District. To the Grove tally wiped out 13. No so ious How Ever. Many Merci an District moved the pc Hon they cuing flood a bold. Bad Bandit fresh from tit Barbet ter d the Beauty Parlours tie Kennedy in the Gummer building today Pun has a shaving Cream. change from mrs Kenned ran Down the three flights and escaped the Young Man. App roil 25 years old. Neatly dressed hair smoothly Quot Orillia tim o face freshly shaved. Cutin Kennedy shop about t ing and Aski i for a bottle Etti Pachai i mrs Myr Bank be of i j n hand stairs with h and ii 1 or is Mort a Box a Boa re Lam and u Mou min from the As she Man mat and pour be he Lap a i the <1 i for cover froth log Orner of the Loon 11- i wit civil Wah is fear in Lisbon troops rih a i in from pro vim i s Iii Ponitti i a ii Al to i lilt Al s son and no inst Rath president or followup Inai courts lure Iii so Centerfield but a noun in i building and would not again and a a Hap a be i Bis innocence a no plans to shake hands Wuth the Ball players and As the players rushed to Graal the hands of the jurors. Judge for my finally motioned to his aides to let the demonstration go on Ami joined Iii by congratulating til defendants and telling the jury it had returned a just verdict. Scandal Fra i i while Only nine of the is persons indicted in the baseball investigation were defendants when the ase ended it in believed that the baseball scandal has been forever swept from tit boards is far As the courts of Rook county Are concerned. Rill rums Case was dismiss d Iii return for Bis evidence for the stat my during the trial the cases of i in cml Louis Levi. Of Kokomo. Ind., urse. Senator Uii Lucock it it in it m i h to a Ali ill Ltd in Rea a Mig jct i i pit age mils n the Cir Stock receive word conditions downtown n last night of threat Ful or if after shaving Kennedy was alone i Par an Early customer. Quot have you any change the vol cd asked is he accepted the Jar Arn and reached Iii his pocket in sear ii of Money stores cd to left j and a Villi Tri the or 1.0 no on i. No. Aug spa x a i Lite i in Maili att a that. Following go that a revolution ii Idaho to 1. A to Legrair it from i in i fort ague it j is in a pet cant Iona i v la Flint a # a troops hic s i i i a % % i i i ,1 been by e province s. The Dis rum had waiting other towns in re Arkansas Valley including Portland. Florence Anil Fowler reached by the flood Waters and reported damage amounting to several Hundred thousand dolls no mob lynches negro leaves other in cell hunger crazed people fire Russ towns As they flee s. D. Men make freight pleas a 11 a h quiet in t ii re Tig bout tiie Comitia in i Ashot Ai suit to by til i r Barrack i Wintish Oft it Nal circles ,1 t ugly Lese Legal i on in tills c Able today to throw any j rept hts Ltd of do order in in revolution on Rig i in a Drill. Up. Tin. Aug. 3 1 vol it Ion is being i birr Reuters est or a y re from broken i received Del Ca pita said j measures Hail j Iglus in from i it added. Lisbon ate the troop confined t the in me ii referred to the presidents opposition to the soldiers Bonus Bill As Well As tile Norris Btl and said the diff Rem e Between the a interference Quot of presidents Wilson and Harding was that or. Wilson took affirmative for legislation carrying out i party pledges. While or Harding Fol-111#wed the course of a negative dicta ution to defeat measures to which i is j party was pledged. I senator Kellogg Republican min a Nesotas. Author of the original administration substitute for the Norris Bill. J said Hilt apparently til democratic senators supporting the committee substitute also were yielding to dictation. Ii said senator Hitchcock was milking a a political my the to were Light on a not t he for to i Llor Amo into i my cd Ltd wire Petersburg. A. Aug. 3.�?one of the two negroes arrested i St night in connection with the murder of Tingley Limon. Postmaster and storekeeper of tobacco a. Monday. Was taken from the run swim i county jail at i wrench vile. Today by a mob and lynched. Other negro was not molested. Oghi Nash or Mai. Peking. China. Aug 3 v it a a flights from peking to Shanghai. A Rev the wit h tit Akail i tril London Fang., stricken people trials of Russia their villages a for other parts to a Helsin fors trial news Agen Sist it reports a Rry a a Irr i aug. 3.�?hunger in the famine Dis j a re set Ting lire to for deserting them Quot a of Russia according j Booth dispatch to the Cen j asked v today quoting per tid to have been re of Idun Lom Mission in i ing Hin of yet a i \ l i l to shipping la we Las Tutti new Asai res fun so on id i i Patch Ieese port ugly ii regiment a n of the i veil in the ship tax re Trot a Lier today i a run and scale Sigil that Mentell Iii served and to combat i taut ing. Says a it \ Iego on i is v Poi Fiske resigns chair As Federal judge i ii i a a it it ill to i a i fit Laa Irr i Sioux Falls. S aug. 3�?united St ites District attorney to. Vav. Fisk of the District of South Dakota this morning telegraphed his resignation to attorney general Daugherty at Washington effective on the confirmation of the appointment of ins successor or . Who was appointed by president Wilson in 1911will open a Law office in Sioux Falls in partner with j t. Grigsby now Assis 1 a strict attorney. A re Tut id to 11 Louis 111 a Verai knots in route to accommodate passenger and mail traffic have been planned to Login tins month following i successful inaugural Iota recently of a Tri week in air postal and passenger service Between peking and to Lanfu. In Shantung proving. Weather report Fornix i South Dakota fair tonight Aud thursday warmer tonight Faical to Nih rat lire by the Republican thermometer t caday 3 p. In. 80 to p. In. To 9 p. In. To 12 p in. To a Cei Ved this n of Russia to a in Flat from the ported that being mail of peasants i cow. Mara orning from the Interior mane villages an said its. Sam source it w i great preparations to a a j wit ii the Tilow moving toward trenches have cd s re we re asses m of dug la t h tin Ssofi Tion of f of that rates in us Vertu k rates for 1y Hirlu i pm Slat it on Kola into Oday att d Tai ii Road state co for sperm rates paid when a prod tiring the liner i is ii ii ode a it it Yankees freed but still in Russia i slut h Iota from a Lief prisoners been a la a a oiling to it i hash Vik let Iii about that Ity. A i Jai. In lulling held j stalled tin reports other telegrams much War mater Unis. Has been . Received at j 11 Dii fors a Rita ii reported that had mutinied the Petro again. Tai d a wed i 3 p a. In in. Maximum minimum by the official it Hornet Ltd from noon maximum 83 minimum f9 noon today >3 t Oda v t of a y love a today. When will half Dollar a buy a dollars Worth of goods ? Dakotan buts californian in Tennis singles tit an i in pre Rel a 1 or i Sioux City. Aug 3.�?harry coffin of los Angeles was beaten Iii til singles event in the interstate tournament by f. M. Fanlight of Dell rapids s. D. A ii. <5-2. Myton Hutchinson of St Paul. Defeated a la Humphrey of Sioux Falls. S or. »-2. 6-0. James Hoskins of Sioux it was Defeated by w. W. Knight of m Innea Polis. Other scores of the third i follow Humphrey Defeated pcs Cert 6-2. To 3. Hutchinson i Defeated mat i i 6-3. 6-3. God so a la Defeated Holmes to Nave Defeated Meisenholder 1 5 7. 3. In six the a v the a i by the non in Blit til1 number 1 a Here til Bot Der. Ria inc nut i. Licit Ami a of a. Tea ii t a inet a o need t Olla a a a i wire a. Aug. 3�?american Russia already hav from Eontis Dement. A official report at the Ion press Bureau Here 1 a was in word burned to win 1 How will in deliver d heros Iowa Corn is Cut below 38 Bushel average by drouth la \ a it i re a of i is Moines la. Aug. 3.�?the yield of Iowa Corn has almost certainly been reduced by drouth to Lowth ten year average which is 3v bushels t Craer though a much larger yield was indicated a month ago. According to the a harlot in p Rector of tin a Mon i weekly bulletin of cd. Meteorologist and i Lowa weather and crop ser vie further damage has Bee ii arrested to Corn he Asti in a has in in Arr Sieo by changed a weather conditions Ami particularly both Iii a rain Faugust i. A formal statement today Charles a a Otnisky owner of the White sox. Declared ii would have nothing to do Pauj the men acquitted j inst night until they oozy let explain satisfactorily their confessions j a Cicotte Eon fessed to it me that he had helped throw the worlds series i of pm. Or in Miskey a statement said Quot of also implicated the other i seven players. Until such time Ais a Weott can explain to my satisfaction that confession i will have nothing to do with him or the seven men he implicated in his confession. Ban Johnson nys rim i Quot let a mud. Non la Luss Black Chicago. Ii. Aug 3.�? failure to secure convictions in the trial of the seven former White sox players Vas disappointing to president ran Johnson of the american league but he declared in a statement today hit a Quot very Good lesson had been Quot the trial of the indicted players and gamblers which closed yes erday uncovered the greatest crime it was possible to commit in baseball pres id it Johnson a Iii. Quot the fact that the outfit was freed by a gook county our does not alter the conditions on Iota or nit Hnizde the magnitude of tile offence a he added. Is a i n i Umi i u hit sox ski i kill of All blam la t chicag. Ii aug. 3.�?the seven former Chicago White hox players and two alleged gamblers brought to trial in the baseball scandal Case today stood legally cleared of ii by it connection with the alleged conspiracy to throw the 1919 world series to Cincinnati ii jury last night having acquitted them on the first ballot. The verdict freeing Buck Weaver. Happy Felsch. Chick candid. To Jackson. Claude Williams. Charlo Risberg and Laddie loot to the former players and Carl Zork of St. Louis and David of Des Moines was returned shortly before Midnight amidst a seen of wild cheering whistling urn Yelling from 1 it spectators which would have seemed More natural Iii the bleachers of a baseball Park than in the dignified court room of judge Hugo Friend Rai lifts vainly tried to establish order out of pandemonium. With chairs overturned and hats thrown Iii til air As the spectators rushed la out Iii a ii on Page three six millions left by Caruso m my i \ will St it i i Gru Vitka oks i m in Mav Vork Oil Ca i to pitch Krs m aug 3.�? pitchers i bib i of the Calgary have been purchased by j to nationals it was an i a Hail. The gangs All Here sings jury and Black sox together As trial ends on and 4-6 e w s o 11 i Jiggs a appears every Day on the want and Page because that a where All the snaps Are. I h my he re a Prele i Ulm Chicago 111. Aug 3 ally Chance Early today the former White sox baseball players Ami the jurors who acquitted them bist night after a trial of ave weeks met in a -111 a a italian restaurant. Roth parties join in a Celebration that lasted until Sun Rise. The jurors had gone to the restaurant for a final supper together before separating to go to their bellies after their Long absence. The players Winf for the same purpose. The two parties discovered one another in adjoining dining rooms and the doors or thrown open. Whether til acquitted players will return to organized baseball is it question not yet answered but to jurors expressed desire to see then on tile Diamond. Quot Laddie a Alii one. Addressing Pitcher Cicone. Quot i know every Man on this jury Hopes that the next time he sees you that you will be in the Center of the Diamond putting Over strikes. said another Quot Well All be there cheering for you and the rest of these boys the party broke up with singing of a Hail. Hail the gangs All Here a London Fang. Aug. 3.�?a Milan dispatch to the daily news today says it is authoritatively stated that Giovanni Martinet will suet a cd Ririe Caruso As the leading Tenor at the metropolitan opera House in new York. Caruso according to estimates in the newspapers left a Fortune of about 30.000.000 lire. At the Normal value of the lire this would represent about the sum of $6.ooo.ooo. A sorrowing Naples and Italy today raid tribute to the memory of in Rico Caruso the great Tenor who died Lier Early yesterday morning thousands gathered at the solemn requiem mass. Celebrated at the Church of Madonna Della Gracia or stood uncovered along the streets leading to that edifice Whit the funeral cortege passed. The body was Clad in evening clothes of the dyad Tenor a Side were garlands of roses arranged personally by mrs. A Aruso the master Singer who had for nearly a Quarter of a Century enacted roles Iii which death was Ani unseen player apparently was. Cognizant of his critical condition following his sudden illness on monday. Just before he Sank Injo the coma which was the prelude to Hie cud. Ii said to his son. Rodolfo Quot i feel very ill. This time it will be difficult to escape. Newspapers of this City. In telling of the death of Carus quote one of the attending physicians As saving Quot i and my colleagues believe Caruso never fully recovered from his illness in new York last Winter i Long sickness from pleurisy weakened Ilia 500 armed with guns search for kidnapped youth i la my in Iii i a wire m lbs Kogee. Okla. Aug. 3. A five Hundred citizens supplied with gun by til police today were search Tig the City for Malcomb Rah Ridge. It years old. Who was under police Protection. Following his kidnapping Here recently Ami who disappeared yesterday afternoon after telling relatives he was going to a theater. Wit tresses Sam they had Semi lath Eredge dragged into a motor car in the downtown Section late yesterday. Missouri for rooms Louis. Mo., aug. 3. A hurly incomplete unofficial returns yesterdays stat elections in prob Hie passage of Eon Stith amendments providing for a St. And from Iii at Dona i i $15,0un,il00 Bond Issue for a Soldier Bonus and permitting use of motor vehicle License fees for payment of interest on $60,000,000 in roads till prove Ernnt Honda
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