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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 11, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
To pages the evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvii Mitchell s. D. Thursday August la 1921 slain priests body i found in cuff grave bullets sent through head and heart of a Frisco Clergyman dead for a week dui n Ken talk of Forfi Gnu to woman is Lily a that of mis to coups on la f Ach our government venture with the merchant Marine by associated pre Quot leased Mir cd san Francisco. Cal. Auk a search today of Tho room occupied i in A. High lower. A Baker who last night led the police to the grave of the i in v. Patrick Meslin. Missing priest revealed a Rifle pieces of blooded Burlap and clippings from local newspapers showing the a mount of the Reward offered for the priests return. Tho police said they would confront High lower at once with their findings. Grave on peach son Francisco cal., aug body of father Patrick e. Leslin. Missing Colma Catholic Priset. Who disappeared from his Parish. Holy Angeles Catholic Church the night of August 2. Was found buried at the Bottom of a Small Cliff near a la a i Loach on the Pacific Ocean about 20 Miles South of san Francisco. Father Leslin had been murdered and there was a Bullet Hob through his heart and through the head the Latt a shot having torn away in Cirth the Skull. The body was exhumed at la of clock last night by a party consisting of chief of police Hamel of Brien of san Francisco s. A. I and Ini of Colma four newspaper men and m Illiam a. High lower discoverer of the grave. The party left san Francisco late last night following a tip Given by High lower tha the had discovered the grave and the body was exhumed by the Light of a lantern. High lower. Alter his clue had proven successful was held by the police pending further investigation. The body was buried in a cramped position in a Trench beneath an overhanging Branch it Lay parallel to the Wall and against it and was covered with two feet of Loose Sand. Limit woman i Fig lower tha the had discovered the j said he acted upon a clue Given him j by a Dolly Al anon whom he had previously known in Salt Lake City. J the woman he said. Told him Las sunday that she had met a Man who j appeared to be a foreigner on Friday night and who on becoming into rated had mad broken Rev i i tons to her. Police Are searching for i Lolly Mason the foreigner. Dolly Mason told High lower. I id shown her a revolver and when sin pretended to shrink from it in fear. He said. A you do right to be afraid of that j gun. It Bas taken human Dolly Mason then ask d where the Man was buried. A ii Isnit the foreigner is j said to have replied. A live a Man watching him All the time a Man who sits and Cooks flapjacks. T to at to us for,.kn.t. Doily May Onins his clothes b u Leigl lower. Expressed hatred for i practical Way of drawn. The Catholic Church. I into Holt ski stained sack High lower acting on the information Given him by the woman he it ducted ii personal investigation and no somewhat familiar with the Su-<1 a peach Vicinity had Little gift calf in locating the sign Board pic.ui-, a Man frying Flapjack. He so id la then started search finding l it of Black rag and later a fic fibr revolver Cartridge. He thaw he Tjun burrowed into the newly dug Sand by the face of the Cliff and found a blood stained piece of Gunny i ack. Quot that was enough for Civ a. High lower told the police. A i vented to get away from there a us in v want to look any further. High lower said he rond a i Over the matter for three Days cml Lim night after a further Elsp to he find resolved to it go to t14 1 it a a of archbishop Edward j a san Francisco arum Tell the og1 a of the Church his Story in archbishop was in conference a and High lower told his Quot. What immedi Wood is made governor of Philippines general expresses willingness to accent Rule of Island government new Bill necessary propose Law allowing army officers to serve in civil Capac it Lily a a so in teal i a i. In Ell wire Washington. I it. A. Aug. Ii major j general Leonard Wood a Sau Thori a timely stated today to have been selected by president Harding for governor general of the Philippines and to have expressed his willingness to i accept the Post. A Bill designed to remove All doubt of eligibility of general Wood for the governorship was introduced by chairman Wadsworth of the Senate military committee and is understood to have been suggested by the administration. It provides that Active army offic cts shall a eligible for a civil offices of the government in lits territorial administering possessions. A iug0s Burn thirty towns \li1.\ni is Stefek As slav of my of Hood is Given a Keating Erin it Brink of new crisis London. Hug. Aug. British delegation to the Plain Louneil will return tomorrow according to a Patch to i Cut Era late the dispatch said the whole Allied us to London Paris Dis afternoon. This this action was due to today s developments situation. Iii the Irish an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Paris received about time said the decision deadlock in the the same was due to a deliberations of the Allied supreme Council. The neuters dispatch said it was rumoured in French circles that the reply of a in on n a Valera Irish Republican Leader to a Premier Lloyd Georges Irish j Leat proposals meant a grave crisis. Number 242 a Isar maw bids sent to Powers today Washington dispatches go to Britain France Italy Japan and China or nov. La session Fok amal invitations follow informal consents to attend american meeting bootleggers bomb lawyer Illy re pres i is Ell worn Chicago. Iii., aug Llu a dynamite explosion at an Early hour today wrecked the residence of Ashbel v. Smith states attorney at Waukegan. 111. The Smith family was asleep when the explosion occurred and quickly rushed from the House but none was injured. It is charged that the explosion is result of a relentless warfare waged by colonel Smith against illicit t liquor Sellers. Illy associated pres a ire it London eng., aug. Llu fighting on the River Drin in Northern Alba Ilia. Bet Wien forces of Jugo slavic and albanians is reported Iii Avlona messages says ii Central news dispatch from Rome. The Jugo slavs Are alleged to have burned 30 albanian villages. A Force of 2.Odd Jug slavs Defeated by the albanians adds the Nies retired toward Kosovo. Kis Berg but crosses sea republicans stealing their Thunder democrats say of disarmament conference by i Mik is Lua an nation to polite of the Republican to corresponded Bel Alit 4 son Down the Democrat they were Dis to. A a a it in. A that they could Washington i t Auk i in i in. ,. I just As much As democratic haders in it digress look Forward to the coming disarmament conference with the Complex emotions of a Man who sees a thief War find any the min taut into court for punishment or even of making a Public outcry about i it. The democrats look upon every-1 tiling the Republican administration May do Iii tin direction of disarmament and permanent peace As a theft of democratic clothes and a Wanton haunting of the Possession and enjoyment thereof in the Public Eye they fully expect that the ultimate result of the conference if it goes successfully at All. Will be an ask Octagon of nations which will not differ Eri ully from the Wilson league of nations modified by reservations in the form which came so near to i adoption under Democrat auspices i a year and a half ago. At the same time they done to see anything Thev Tan very Well do to Replevin their property. In the world of polities a Public i controversy Between the original in j Ventor of an idea and the part hat puts it into effect always results ii favor of the party in present Possession of the goods. Moreover most of the democratic leaders Are too conscientious to raise that Issue. Relieving in dist moment and hoping Foi a mechanism which will insure peace they done to want to take any attitude other than helpfulness but. Privately they will Tell you As much meanness it tag anything to pull Vav ii pastor taken to tar party Nokkeo Dort vyv it Mph ump iwo Al ter c collision off Ait race Lins to a newspaper reporter. It Cly took the Man to ii in j of tace and police officials m a the Man s Story was the ii to e i a they feel the republicans exercise i. High lower leading the a. It it i toward the democrats rave of father Leslin Effort for i into watch Iii pocket and i peace. The do in or ratio leaders say. Ami As regards son14 4.f the Republican Lead. A Iii. O Brien Ami con jars they can easily prove that the i i a it in found in the pock latter opposed the league get nations or Quot to a watch. The a a a they incl in a. Echt minute. Hut rather Tom la emanated from o clock. Other article a red bread before ten found on the let Ody included Morocco Case containing t it a and wine of the messed sacrament. I Gist August 2. A week night. Archbishop Hanna an annoy Nious letter 5 to ii in Small Bills Wilson and the democrats. They say that As regards several Republican leaders it was a Case 4>f opposing Anvil Ling that bore a democratic la ago last i received demanding it. J for tim Safe return of father a Ichlen. Uu-1 yesterday the Rich Hlahol received another j Lema Diuk Ransom. Father il4slin was last seen alive about 9 o clock tuesday evening. August 2. When a stranger drove up o the parochial residence at it Olms a a ail automobile. Lader the pre erne that he wanted the priest to de liver last sacraments to it a dying i it Ive. He succeeded in getting father Leslin to accompany him. William Hugl lower. The Dis i of the grave is a Baker unemployed and Pas Nee. In Man Francisco Only ii few weeks. He told the Pollee that he came to California recently from la May. I tub. Where w.,s employed by m. C. Threlkeld. Commissary Man for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Ile said he worked in Lemay from january is to june it of this year. I leaders says that if re to by As mean As Embarrass Harding the rep Ubanan senators embarrassed Wilson. They say that just us the Republican senators signed a Public statement in ail ame warning the european statesmen that tii4 treaty with the league would not in a ratified so a mild tin democratic senators tak4 a ten such As would Embarrass i fatal ipg similarly at the out Quot it. All this however is the purely private 4 Olivet nation of men surprised Anil grieved by tile erratic uncertainty it the n i i Tom lad wet n virtue and us proper n Ward. As a matter 4>f Public policy the Graal bulk of the democratic leaders in the Senate and elsewhere have no intention a ept one of helpfulness toward president Harding s Enterprise of Harding succeeds it accomplishing anything in his conf4rences. To need labor under no fear it of losing it in the Senate. For ref a i Ning from making an Issue of this Republican Torii a policy the democratic leaders Feil they veil lbt compensated by the abundance of tim capital they ex-p4-4-t to make out of Republican action in the Domestic issues of Tariff and taxation. Nothing that the republicans Ilo about taxation ran possibly be popular. And tin democratic position on tit Tariff the Leailer Fiel. Has been Neaile much stronger by the Bange a Lii a tin War made in America s a lation to the world. On Tiiu two issues tilt democrats in tin Senate and House will do All their fighting and build up tim ease wit ii which tli4y will go before tim country in tin congressional elections a year from now. Copyright 192 in a to i s. St Amer Sima Madrid. Spain. Aug. Cinda states shipping inward Steamer Lillack Arrow Sank 4arly this morning Ait Cape Milano on tim West to test of Spain. Tho Crew Ai my passengers were saved but it is thought the car c4j was a total loss. The Steamer was hound for Santa Ander atty to Uri Atril i a i Cia re Rel Oskaloosa la. Aug. 11, by alleged unpatriotic remarks 4011 Whiat the warning american Accad in Fiance a i its Speed mob said to have included a number of sex service men last night seized the it v. A. L. Wilfong i. An itinerant a Vangelist minister Jai a tent meeting f4�rc4d the Man int4� an Autt Mio Idle and carried in in out Iii flip country to apply tar and feathers. As the tar was being Poui Ca Over his Mal the Man is sail to have promised to leave town anti was released without further punishment. The police have issued an order tlis-c4>�tinuing the tent meeting Oskaloosa. La. Aug i is nights action Caum after two weeks 4>f agitation. The initial clash came two weeks ago when Rev. A in fool was alleged to have declared that All members of the american expeditionary forces were to a would be irretrievably to Amnell. Following this a delegation called it his House forced him to accompany them to publicly my a to Iii Isai or i i in Mfd a ire it Christiania. Not wily aug a Ort Gaun St cams hip Ivy Gens fjord limped int Ivl a re today tvs my new York having been damaged by hitting an iceberg while off Cape race at 3 of clock in tim morning during a Alene fog. The iceberg bumped the Steamer below the water in Aud Oil Wing 4f the propeller was Bent so liner was forced to radome Salt Uke golfer leads pied As the fourth round ends the meeting int and Gize for his remarks. Today a baseball Illy a it Loci ale a i rain i a ire Denver t�?Tolo., aug. 11.�?-George von Elm of Salt like City furnished the a Golf in the first eighteen Boles if the fourth round of the t rails Mississippi championship tournament Here to it Day. The Utah player had a to one under Par and was t up am i la. Warner of Denver the next Best Seres were a 75 by i. Ii. Liro Fiehl of Lenver. A Rado Stata Champion who was of our up Tut j. A. Kennedy of Tulsa t �1 im., state. Champion Ami a 7. By i i a Polo j 0f Wichita Falls. Tax., who ii. G. I Ulmer of Denver it of tim eth Hob. J. C. St it the f Kansas Ity had a 7 1 for eighteen Hobs but was one Down i to his Matt h with Bis fellow townsman j. A Ward who had Harding a dad aged 76, weds Maiden of 52 woman la As keen in ref in or. Hardings office for Many years Ity a Mia Iitto Ltd in rom a re it Monroe. Mich. Aug. . George t. Harding father Alf res i id it Harding was married Here to-1 Day to miss Aile Severns. 52. By the i Rev. Frank t movies. I it Astor a it of the a Monroe presbyterian Church. Miss i Severns Bas Imen a nurse in the Attice a f or. Harding at Marion for Tiff try years. Tim a of drove he re in an automobile obtained a marriage License and went Tai the hone of Rev Knowles where tin ceremony was performed it nine Liana by aft r the ceremony or Harding and Isis Bride left the City. Their a1 St nation was not announced. They were accompany a Ltd Here in a a younger a couple from Marion. Elmir Manes were not disa closed. After obtaining tilt License. Or. Harding Askedal t Ltd la Iii reded to Ai to of is t parsonage. As to met is a resident Ila Mist minister Imre he was a directed to the Home of Rev. Pm it Wales. Or Harding made an ineffectual attempt to with Hohl announcement of his marriage. When asked by Rev. Knowles if he was the father of the president he declined to answer. St4al March Ahi friends Marion. Ltd. Aug. Llu news that or. Gaorge t. Harding0, Aad miss Aua Severns. His offa a Nurs. Had been married in m Ain Roe. Midi., today was a Calisti iian to Surprise to his friends. Or. Hanling was 75 years Obi t ii a Day his son. Warren g. Harding was nominate to for president by tim a publican National convention in Chicago is year ago a is very Active for a Man of his years. Mrs. Harding has been dead about 12 years. Miss is Ems has been a Iff in a nurse a for or. Harding for a number of years. I but Tiu daunt pre mire Washington. D. A. Aug. I Harding s formal invitation to the great Powers for a conference Here beginning november la on disarmament and far Eastern problems was made Public today by Secretary Hughes. The text of to communication transmitted to great Britain France. Italy. Japan and China to participate in the conference placed no limitation on the scope of the discussions to be had. Leaves tju4>tion open it was not the purpose of the United states government the invitation lidded to define the scope to the Pacific and far Eastern discussions. Quot hut rather to leave this to the subject of views to be exchanged before the meeting of the conference a the communication to China did not include an invitation to the disarmament conference but Only a request to participate in the Pacific and far Eastern discussions. The text of the formal invitation to the disarmament conference follows. Quot the president is deeply gratified at the cordial response to Ilia suggestion that there should be a conference on the subject of limitation of armament in connection with which Pacific and far Eastern ques to fans should be discussed. Quot productive labor is staggering under an economic Burden too heavy to but borne unless the present vast Public expenditures Are greatly reduced. It is Idle to look for stability or the Assurance of sol Ial Justice or la Security of peace while wasteful and unproductive outlays deprive efforts of its just Reward and defeat the reasonable expectations of Progress. The enormous disbursements in the rivalries of armaments manifestly constitute the greater part of the enema Beranic upon Enterprise and National Prosperity and avoidable or extravagant expense of this nature is not Only without economic justification. But is a a instant menace to the peace of the world rather than an Assurance of its preservation. Yet there would see 1 ii to Ltd by no ground to expect the baiting of these increasing outlay unless the Powers most largely con i corned find a satisfactory basis for an a agreement to effect their limitations. The time is believed to be opportune for these Powers to approach this subject directly Anil in conference and while in tin discussion of limitation of armament the question of naval armament May naturally have first place it has been thought Best not to exclude questions pertaining to Otlia a armament to the end that All practicable measures of Relief May have appropriate consideration. It May also i found advisable to formulate proposals by which in the interest of humanity the use of new agencies of warfare May be suitably controlled. Not Lla it a Rel c flit Balli Quot it is however quite Clear that 111 a i a ran be nil final Assurance of tile peace a of the world Iii the absence of continued on Page 3 i filibuster May Block Congress vacation Plano a Chucran was up Oil t the cml nation no of Agit first game Brooklyn. Pm a >12 d�o-5 new York. My Vuo-3 rust her. Schupp. Smith and let Ryan. Sheehan and Snyder first game Chicago. A i Quot 3 Pittsburgh. Mai 03x�?7 Jiggs sags a some Fellers done to teem to know where he Price of the next gallon of gasoline is coming from they a better advertise the old bus for Sale on the same Page i m a �1 Alexander and of Farrell Hamilton and Brottem. Second game. Brooklyn. New York. Mil jus. Smith anti Barnes. In la. Toney second game Chicago. Pittsburgh. Martin anti Daly tem. Philadelphia Oil Boston. 77. In tin first Stuttle was i up on Ward. But the to yer Obi Kansas City j Star improved his playing in the set i m j Ond nine Hob s and to of lilt Lead Iron Mil. St it t in. A pts nil leg ii tee n holes to it of the fourth round will la a played this of it ter noon. La first matches stalling at 2 o clock. Bachelor is secret husband 44 years by \ it a it a i it to a i pm a leered mire i St. Louis. To. Aug. La a Eli Hilles Larkin inventor and late millionaire vice president of til National ammonia company for 4 i years Liva Das a Bachelor in one Home and As la. B. Thompson maintained another Home As the reputed husband a to Harriet Belle Thompson unknown except to a Small Cirale of friends it was asserted in a deposition filed in a Legal contest of Larkin s will. �20 Oil i a. 20<� fid i a a a Krueger. Miller and Snyder. Iid la i j 3lh of Zixin and Brot baby Beatrice follows nose to prove she a daddy a daughter Delbert Yahney a trousers suffer when bloodhound Pup makes a waddling a Trail through Cornfield and runs her a a Quarry to cover �0� dbl and baggy had a a i to i Odd i-2 9 a Mcquillin Wingo a Haik and dil m endows and o Neil. Cincinnati St. Louis Rixey and Hoofer. A fit Han new York. 200 4 a 000-7 us a a Philadelphia Odd hoi 110 3 id 0 Shawkey and Behan Hasty. Keefe. Freeman and Perkins. To a n kor. Bank fail Kos Lincoln Nebr. Aug. the a state let Unks have failed in Nebraska since 1914 and the directors of the state guaranty fund have been Force to pay oui $2,442,274 fur depositors. A�?T4-ording to figures compiled from books in the office of j. E. Hart state Secretary of Trade and com Pierre. Beatrice tin cutest Hom Eliest silliest Little bottle baby bloodhound that Ever wagged in ear broke another bloodhound rec Ord yesterday when at the tender age of seven weeks she trailed Little Delbert Yah be through a Cornfield and Tore his breeches. Beatrice 1 the Only living daughter of Hick and Queen. Al Scott s Man Hunting hounds. She was born a Little More than seven weeks ago and is thriving Well on the bottle. Her encounter with the Vail be boy kist night is believed. But or. Scent to i a a Erti in sign that she will begin her business career As Early. If not earlier than her daddy Anil enable him to retire from Active life. Jack who was Devin years old in june was Only la months old when he Trai Leil his first victim la Miles. The Man pleaded guilty to a a Barge of larceny when overtaken by the hound Queen the Mother and eight of her baby hounds were poisoned about two years ago. A re puppies do in and Queen herself has never quite recovered front the eff eids. So whim Beatrice made a r Advent into the world it was thought bist to teach her at once to feed herself out of a Saui or. Today the Pup s sleek Brown i out is Bright and shiny As sin had her first hath today. Her soft. Long ears Dangle like strips if Brown panne Vel a i on a ii Side of her wrinkled had that looks 100 big for her plump Little body. She is about a foot anti a bait Long and is marked like her motive although in Colin she rather favors her dad. Playfulness seems tip by her second nature she frolics about the Yard at the end of her slender Iron Chain biting playfully at Tom. The House Kitten. Maffei Donatelly nipping her father s ear. And trying Parrot like to imitate her no there a howls. By Irene in Satril press leaded mire Washington. Ill aug. congressional recess plan got a Jolt in the Senate today when democrats and republicans joined in demanding passage of pending Good roads legis latin. Senator Pittman. Democrat Nevada. Intimated that if necessary he would consider resorting to obstructive tactics should the Senate propose to adjourn Withim action on the Good roads and Western irrigation Bills chairman Townsend of the Post office committee said a Compromise Bill would to reported today or tomorrow of appropriating $50,000,000 Inimcdi-at4ly for roads and $50,000,000 More in six months. A 43 Fly an of Laird press mire Philadelphia. A. Aug. Ruth know ked out his 43d Home run of the season Iii the fourth inning of the Yankees game with Philadelphia Herat it Day. There Wero two men on. Ruth now is nine Days ahead of his last year s Rae Ord. He made his 43d Home run in 1920 on August 20 off Caldwell of Cleveland in a game at the pub. Grounds weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and Friday cooler tonight. La4-Ai Tenik natures by the Republican s recording t Herm Nieter. Via it i Neslav thursday 3 p. In. 4 3 a. In. To p. In. Siti a. In. 3# a p. In. 7s 9 a. In. 73 12 p. Iii. To 4 12 in. 7 3 p in. 91 maximum 3 p. In. Today 9 4. Minimum 5 3� a. In. Today 57. By the a official government to a Moi Eter from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 83 _ minimum 59 noon today 83, a in. In
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