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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 11, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages the evening Republican City edition vol xxx Mitchell South Dakota monday August la 1924. Number 267 a by kills dem. France is ready to evacuate the Ruhr Loeb Leopold a Yii f finished today Brothers of Franks a slayers and or. H. S. Hulbert will Complete testimony life ideas academic Aill irs is declares both de of adapts a mentally diseased a Gri by up by Crow ii. Nema is newest Puzzle for farm i state Toda functional h t re to in pits Ndoc by the a up san fens in it Pica for mitigation punishment of Richard Loeb and than f. Leopold. Or. For kidnapping and murdering Bobby Franks. The idea of functional disorder of the endocrine plaids was built u by direct testimony of or. Ii. S. Hul beet of Chicago fourth of the defense alienist who used a Ray pictures to illustrate what he termed glandular disorders noting Roc. Pineal pit i experts difficulties in nip hic add 111 Lull Al Luil disappearing District gored to death on farm today harms and aids crops growth Herriot a announcement on return from Paris puts new life in meet gubernatorial candidate h victim of angry animal Early this morning in politics 24 years Federal scientists however to adjourn thursday have been unable to j own it. A a in xxv in separate two classes t As first Max to pit _ Dawes Pian to dry coff to study sgt a a worm l l St went to state sen note in 1910�?pef a Tep in person for seat in 1014 13pkrts say rotation of imme be crops he imps Rill off p str Foti be Numa a rious thy Robert e. Crowe state s attorney upon Cross examination asked or. Hulbert for information As to the function of the pineal gland and told it regulated the balance of the other j Crowe a endocrine glands asked if it were argument. Not a fact that medical men As a j a a great Many a or. Hulbert re group know practically nothing of j plied. A weight since the world the function of the pineal gland and Nemas Are lined up by assistants at the department of agriculture in Washington for study by or. A a. A. Cobb government neurologist. As or. Obb finishes studying one specimen h e rotates the table to the next Microscope and examines the next collection of porn a _ a a cases did you Ever examine a was or. Crowed a first question. The defense objected but or. Sustained after a slight some question it being a gland at All. He received an affirmative reply or. Crowe sought to impeach the j testimony of or. Hulbert by bringing out that the mental pathologist had j been a too Busy to make some of his Nitrio Roii in j Bijj relied on that a words of others. The witness testified that he never had in a a Many murder cases made such extensive sex j am nations and tests As in the pres i int Case. Air. Crowed a delving into the end j Crane gland theory was Cut Short by the noon recess. It was indicated j that the defense would rest its Case j soon after completion of the Testi i Mony of or. Hulbert and that late j this afternoon the state would begin f presentation of its Long list of rebuttal witnesses including four alienist Chicago Iii. Aug. a a the de j Fensel a plea for mitigation in the Franks hearing was near completion a he n John in. Caverty begun Imp seventeenth Days session today. Prospects were that the prosecution would begin calling its Long list of rebuttal witnesses before adjournment. Allan Loeb and Foreman i Leopold. Bogue to head Lafollette a Campaign Here Brookings youth is killed when he strikes live wire by Nea service Hington aug. the same i time disastrous and beneficial to farming the Nema a thread like organism is presenting a difficult prob Lem to government scientists. It is a problem of segregating Tho harmful from the helpful finding ways to combat the first Type while i a it a of on. Aug. a pre Mier Herriot of France and foreign Milliner Struse Nunn of Germany conferred late this afternoon on tim question of the evacuation of the Ruhr. Tile Ltd Oliver station followed a conference or the principal French and belgian delegates to the International conference. M get i no pc it Ftp it it a 111� Moi v Falls s. P., aug. \ Western South Dakota demo. To Xii or. # o. Washed ii led a a it beheld 1�ng. L l at rapid a to a indefinitely postponed today by i Otiis trill state party a haitian. Because of the death of Andrew Anderson democratic uglier not Ltd rial nominee. Sioux Drew s. J Inee Fot was Troi Falls s. D., aug. , democratic Nom governor of Olith Dakota a to death Early today at the. His farm near Beresford. S. A. 30 Miles South of Sioux Falls in Clay county. Details of the tragedy Are lacking hut meagre Telephone reports to frs Quot Rita a a chefs a scour Fly c Oro Quot re Quot rth clip a t cd one of the. Bulls in his Herd became enraged Abd attacked him far. Crowe insisted that the doctor enumerate the various tests he had applied to ail other criminals. Most elaborate examination a did you Ever make examinations 1 As elaborate in any other Case As Ouy j Chicago aug. Llu John g. Bellair have in this one a or. Crowe asked. Of Seattle Wash. Allan Bogue a a no sir a replied or. Hulbert. I to _ u. A a. _. _. I Parker s. H. F. Samuels of Sam i have never heard it defined. I _ so id or. Hulbert when the Proser i Idaho and Ernest Kroner. Tor sought a definition of a a Normal Portland ore., have been named stat i managers of the Lafollette Campaigne Ray he began to Fence with or. J John a Nelson National la Follett Crowe assisted by objections from the defense. A what is norms or. Crowe and t a Brooking. A aug. Vid Milne four year old son of James Milne was killed instantly when he to study. The Nema one of ran into a live wire carrying 2.200 i a prevail end Oto and volts which had been broken Down London England. Aug. a3 a Allied and German experts at trygg to encourage the other. A i tarried to the International re Para tackling this proposition for the tons conference have reached a full u. S. Government is or. N. A. Cobb j agreement on the Dawes program it i tally hem apologist. He has studied these s is announced. J or. Anderson came into politics organisms for the last 40 years and j they remained in session until 3 in 1910 when he won a seat in Tho is so Busy trying to learn More about a a clock this morning to arrive at an Stato Senate from Clay county. In them that assistants keep a Battery j understanding on reparation pay 1912 was re elected and again in ments in kind on which the Ger 39,4> defeating in the latter year. Quot mans held out until Tho results of Carl Gunderson now Republican Premier Herriot a Paris Mission be gubernatorial nominee whom he came known. I would have opposed for the Gover of microscopes revolving on Lar table before him with specimen f the most wide the French Premier s return with j nors a it a november Sims in the world his cake a to a approval of his Ruhr lie was nominated do s not a worm although it resembles j Eva Chat on policy in his pocket put its threadlike in form and new anal Hope into the nog Otia rainstorm. One. A Arr that Hulbert h in China ? defense id not qui a asked rejected Elfies i As an expert on chinese normality. A Normal life in China would not he Normal in Chicago a asked by or. Crowe brought the reply a i presume there is nothing in the physical examination of a Man which would indicate a Man is a criminal a or. Hulbert said. A did you find anything in Joe by a physical examination to indicate he was a criminal or abnormal mentally it a a asked or. Crown. A yes the fact he injured his leg in a baseball game in jail would indicate he was a criminal a replied the my Alan manager announced today. Announcement that the National la Follette committee would a icon firm the selection of these managers by state groups was made by or. I Nelson after Philip la Follette son j of the presidential candidate had reported to him a tour just completed j of seven Western states. In a Public statement issued jointly by or. Nelson and or. La Fol Jette they said the latter had found j in the states visited a general sent mint. On the Dart of voter in a vote i As they the selves thought or. La Follette had visited Nebraska South Dakota Colorado Missouri i Mir Montana Idaho and Washington and j was cruisers still Hunt Landing for u. S. Fliers believe thurs in size from too Small to be tons an it British i f h a Aan f e Yvo n a men i Tiik Armi or Oswin to Quot several j a a Nuny feet Long and the diameter of a Lead i a i Pencil. If is highly organized with discuss evacuation organs of hearing seeing eating London. England. Aug. the smelling a nervous system but no question of the Ruhr evacuation was j circulatory system. Considered late this Forenoon at a hundreds of varieties of Nema have i conference of the principal French bin highly destructive to drops find belgian delegates. Until they w Hile others have been parasites on have reached an agreement among animals and insects harmful to crops. J themselves on this problem there i there is a Nema parasitic on the will not be another meeting with the j Grasshopper and scientists Are now germans and it is not expected such a a Kjarvik Iceland a United stat Cruiser a ring and in run in fliers. In Brothers respectively of Richard to a be and Nathan f. Leopold or. The j doctor half humorously kidnappers slayers of Young Robert seriously the doctor replied after Franks were among the three or four the question again was asked a Phy Lay witnesses the defense had in re j Pocai examination could not reveal serve to offer after completion of mental abnormality or criminal Stic testimony by or. It. S. Hulbert. Or. Hulbert fourth and last of the de sense s alienist would be on the stand i a Short time today it was indicated just before the hearing was resumed j or. Hulbert in the witness Box the j greater part of Friday Slid saturday i testified along the line. Of the three alienist that preceded him that Tomb and Leopold Are mentally sick p the Point of the defense a plea for mitigation in the punishment of the Youthful slayers. Crowds fill building. Huge crowds swarmed about the criminal courts building again this morning a line a Block Long waiting patiently in the hot Sun for some one in the court room to leave a seat and permit the first in line to take it. Or. Hulbert testified that on the Day Bobby Franks we As kidnapped and murdered Nathan theopold was a mentally diseased thu a dim to const if to on and habit of life because he was intellectually Over developed his body not Well balanced nor in a healthy Abate and his judgment immature. I conclude he was mentally diseased a this emotions were so slight in relation to the Ordinary things of life tendencies. Intolerant to sugar or. Hulbert said that Leopold s intolerance to sugar indicated the pituitary gland does not function Norm i had conferred we Ith committees Fror Oregon. In most of these states h reported Progress in harmonizing groups and preparing to enter inde pendent la Follette electors. A the rival groups in South t agreed to withdraw All their Al and to Combine on five with Bogue As chairman a or. La flt said i a zip a Raleigh. East coast of Green of a Landing place for a n Ray re ii by the wot ii today reported to rear and Thomas i Magruder that she i fog 90 Miles East Magsalin and that a red Many floating Kota tors Alan let a i or. Hulbert said that none of the tests of Leopold and Loeb were made b him alone nor by any one Man. I or. Crowe was so insistent that or. Caverly gently reproved Thep Rose Tutor for urging after or. Hulbert i grew red faced and insisted he could not recall the names of All assistants although the tests were made under i his personal supervision. A if these boys wanted to Rhea on these tests could t they done so a asked or. Crowe. A no. I am brighter than they replied or. Hulbert. Heat fails to put Damper on Coolidge work a dense Southeast of anti she had encounter ice hummocks. While Tho ves to gain the sea c mock touched it the starboard Forward prop cording to the report to the in a statement this morning Admiral Magruder said it was doubtful if Ang Magsalin could be used As a get attempting \ a hum damaging idler Admiral. Trying to see whether they can to control the hoppers by distributing these enemies where the Grasshoppers Are now free of them. The worst Nema for the Farmer is the Gall Nema which produces Root not or Gal la on Large numbers Quot of crops. It attacks about 500 different plants including weeds. J the trouble is we Orst in the South i and in greenhouses in All parts of i the country. But it does damage in All but the most Northern states and j sometimes even there crop losses have run a per cent. There have been big losses of cot j Mitt a goer ton potatoes sugar beets truck crops tomatoes and Nursery products. They have not yet molested i Corn most grasses Barley wheat i Rye Winter Oats sorghum and some Baa by the scout planes which Are oth a piant3 carried by Tho Cruls to Raleigh i re of there immune an if a a Hill his Rul t o e a Quot in re a Tho roast. I Washington d. C., aug. a3 a you a the intense heat w hich has prevailed j have i Here for the last two weeks has in j telfered Little with the program of Are a president Coolidge who has follow led throughout his practice of taking by to j the r Angri the i in a a a a nun i yep Jan had use Plant Hind the a Salik danish icon consider s would Carr world pm Anea d where a fuel for Over the i i a uppity ship Gertrud which is ice bound Southeast of Nasalik and which reported Day that she needed Coal ex-1 i to Clear the ice pack in two lays she reported today. Flight commander lieutenant Lowell ii. Mith has engaged a Traw Ler hero to j a Arry 300 tons of Coal to the danish hip and to refuel her at the Edge of crops for a year or More the infestation can be Cut Down. In greenhouses the Nemas can be killed out by sterilizing the soil in the Beds with steam. A meeting will come before tomorrow. Names for the Post of permanent agent general to carry the Dawes plan into effect Are being discussed in a tier or n c encircles Fiji be j he App nun Cement that the French will agree to the evacuation of the Ruhr on conditions which it seems Likely the germans will accept James a. Logan. American representative on the reparation commission Dwight w. Morrow of j. Morgan and Oom sometimes j Pany. And Paul d. Cravath Are men High Asho j tiered frequently. Owen d. Young of the Daves com j to be generally regard j cd in conference circles As the Ideal Man to initiate the Dawes plan but his announcement that he would Only consider taking the temporarily makes the selection of his successor necessary at an Early Date. Hoar Torr lot a report this morning the a big fourteen a a by the democrats in 1916 As lieutenant governor and polled More votes than any of his running mates. To declined the to Tam Aero f run Wii notion co ova a nor in 1922 but accepted it this year. Or. And Erson was 47 years of age and a native of Clay county. He was a graduate of Iowa state College and had been Active in Many cooperative and Community enterprises. He had just begun his Campaign for the governorship firing the opening gun of his Campaign last week at a democratic rally at Vermillion. Stage set for fyn Gratian a Xiv i ii in non i Davis tonight Clarksburg Vav. Va., aug. To a a3 a the starting gun in the 1924 presidential race was sounded Here today a nah the meeting of democratic leaders for the formal notification tonight to John w. Davis of his selection As the Standard bearer of the party. Alignment of the democratic Force was to be completed with the ratification by the National committee of the selection of Clem l. Shaver As its chairman in. Davis was to present i his Field marshal and to outline to the at number to Downing Street and representatives from the states bus the Allied and Gorman Dol Effalon i own ideas o How has Campaign should leaders met for an hour and a half be conducted. Re organization of the committee of tax Board makes figures Public on land valuations Hoard St. Herr Lofs report of his Tara j a. ,. V. A is trip. They Thon Briony cons Dorod i he a been deferred until the time of a the notification ceremonies a had the one remaining problem within the Purview of the conference pro i per that of the Allied railway men remaining on the German lines. This Issue is so closely connected j with that of the evacuation of the i a do you mean intellectually or two hours daily for exercises mentally a or. Crowe asked. This has been practically the Only a or J.�?TRir-thr7-Spectailstt in by the Prool Quot Leopold and Loeb grinned Broad Dent aside from his trips on the May by. Flower the presidential yacht. It is a How did you estimate the Emo his custom to walk about the City in tonal age of Leopold a asked the j the Early morning anywhere from 30 state s attorn. J minutes to two hours and again in estimates emotional age the evening for a Shorter time. Or. Or. Hulbert said that Leopold s i Coolidge follows no regular path on lieu la. Be emotional age of less than the aver i of his morn i and because these Jaunt arrived at because As a i fear of physical pain i hurried Lis emotions of Awe and that in relation to judgment they permitted Birn to act in an abnormal j Hoy of 12 a Way. A these conditions had a great of i feet in causing the homicide. He was j re Verance were shallow and not a susceptible to suggestions of anything i stored had no Ion i h any proper Cir otherwise from associates. I appreciative Dogiel of a notional feel it caused him to cooperate with his associates. The mental disease would a. Eau s cd. . A i one to carry j. Homicide. It caused him to in restraint that or in pose on them duty to society it i hereafter you Don t expect then Fly his own actions i of them. You expect ridicule a d con-1 a ridicule is childish a replied the i. He is described brisk Walker but n of. Out t nor <1 Ina i Helve he ordinal individual because of ised him to jul that he was n a without this i had no love i h native degree of emotional ing and his attitude towards his family. A Hijack of Awe and Revere cers True ill atheists in t it asked or. Crowe. A if there is no belief in god and the hereafter you d to show Awe and reverence could t critic cd have committed edition to could i the homicide. Had academic idea of idec a the mental condition of Loeb on that Date was a direct Factor in that he was impelled by motives nourished in his subconscious mind. His judgment was childish and not subject to restraint. His collegiate education was not a Factor in this. His Reading in i ii i id Bood wit n favor his judgment. Witness. Are immature and he had Only an academic idea of what he owed society. I his mental condition based on his1 continuation and mental state is do i rect cause of the homicide Ould Loeb have committed the a Phillies Pilot and Umpire in regular Bathe his speech of acceptance completed. Or. Coolidge is planning to rest a Little More this week until the address is delivered thursday night at the formal notification exercises. Next Friday Tho president with his family plan to leave for his fathers Home at Plymouth. Vt., of to or 12 Days. Weather forecast and pre Ango in Bably tem be Homi it have cd homicide if not for his do Tai condition a asked w rach. Of defense counsel. A the could not a replied or. Bort. Several Large a Ray picture ised Metier Bach Lub of Philadelphia. Pa., aug. La. Ager Arthur Fletcher of the Phila-1 Delphia nationals and Umpire Pfar Man came to blows in the third inn ing of the first game of a double-1 header with Pittsburgh Here today. Pfirman ordered Glazner Philadelphia Pitcher to the Bench for protesting a decision and manager Flet Iowa fair tonight tuesday not much c Pesature. Minnesota fair tonight and tuesday not much change in temperature. North Dakota fair tonight Ani i tuesday warmer in West portion to a night. J South Dakota fair tonight and probably tuesday warmer in extreme West portion tonight. Local temporal tires \ maximum and minimum tempera j Tures As recorded by the official gov Man j eminent thermometer from 7 a. In. Esterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 78. Minimum 45. At 8 a. In. Today. 38. It Smith and Liei believe that t h p Bop of j providing a base at Aang Magsalin or at some Point further South on the i East coast of Greenland now de pends on the Gertrud Rask. I a message from the Supply ship. I i which was relayed Here by the Raj Leigh reiterated that ice conditions j along the Greenland coast were bad. I the aviators Are faced with three a possibilities in making their next hop. I first the Raleigh by Means of her i scout planes May find a Safe a Anding i Haven for them on the Greenland coast second they May Fly to Ang Magsalin Harbor which is free of ice j provided the Raleigh a planes can take enough fuel there to provide a for the la or try -Fhird, May i attempt a non Stop flight from this port to in Ighut on the Western coast of Greenland or to a base Cape fare a Well on the southernmost tip. The last named project would on Tail a flight of 780 Miles necessitating the hazardous task of Landing at i sea to refuel from the Raleigh. Pierre s. D., aug. a Tenta t Tive report on state equalization of i Erik j farm lands announced today by the conference. State tax commission shows the total valuation to have been raised in 20 counties lowered in 29 counties and left at last years figure in 18 counties. Two counties Ziebach and have not reported. The j equalization is based on comparative figures As returned by county boards. A been the selection of the chairman of the finance executive and Campaign committees. After the committee meeting or. Davis program was left free for rest until the notification ceremonies at Ruhr that both seem Likely to be set j Goff Plaz but it wa3 expected that tied at Tho same time although the i Ruhr Issue will to kept outside the his ii j miss Cummings is Winner of women a Western Golf race Canada is Short near 50 percent in her wheat crop Ottawa aug. _11canada�?Ts wheat crop this year was estimated at 282.-042,000 bushels today by the Dominion Bureau of statistics. The Nal estimate of last year s wheat crop was 474,199,000. Today a baseball he would use the intervening time in conferences with those in command of the party Battle lines. j the program at the Plaza will operates also met with the germans in with the Star spangled banners who approved the conclusions of the j played by the Clarksburg band. Tho second committee which had been j Rev. Carrol Anderson Engle pastor studying the problem of the economic of the Central presbyterian Church evacuation of the Ruhr. J will offer the invocation and senator still seeks assurances j Thomas j. Walsh of Montana will de prime minister Macdonald accept-1 liver the notification address. Or. a suggestion made by m. Herriot Davis in responding will sound the that the Allied delegates some time i keynote of his Campaign. Before the end of the conference exo change views with the German Dele Gates on the resumption of military control of Germany in order to give France assurances regarding her Security. M. Herriot declared that the do a a Lions taken in Paris at the Cabin meeting concerning the evacuation of the Ruhr had shown the peaceful spirit of France and had brought immediate results. He said the conference now was assured of Success. Of Wales who be Coolidge guest at White House National league first game Pittsburgh 005 too 010�?7 13 2 Philadelphia. .000 too 101�?3 8 0 Yde and Gooch Glazner Mitchell and Henline Wendell. Chicago Oil too to a a Boston too too 20 a Chicago. Ill. Aug. Lapl�?Edith Kaurmann and Hartnett Cooney Cummings of Chicago today won the a Genewich and of Neill Gibson. Women Western Golf championship too of by defeating Miriam Burns of Kan i Brooklyn. Too too 20 Sas City last years titleholder 12 i Haines and Gonzales Grimes and up and la to play. Taylor. Anderson death causes unusual ballot mix up Washington. C., aug. a3 a one of the highest complements in diplomatic usage a strictly private luncheon with the executive family a is planned for the Prince of Wales upon his arrival in the United states for the International Polo matches next month at Meadowbrook says the Washington Post today adding that it understands the Royal visitor will reach new York aug. 30, on the bar eng aria. The Prince. Call at the whirl House was decided upon the Post relates. After King George had vetoed ticket by the death today of Andrew j he come a the unit Anderson the party a gubernatorial Pierre s. D., aug. the vacancy created on the democratic weather and roads i Leopold and Loeb were submitted As i Cher taking up the argument punch exhibits and at 10 45 a. In. Or. Hul i de the Umpire on the jaw fans de Bert was turned Over to Robert e. Dared. Crowe states attorney for Cross exp Pfirman is said to have retaliated beating Fletcher with him a a what Ether Mitchell Clear 58 roads Good. Watertown Clear 54 roads Good. Aberdeen Clear 63 roads Good. Huron Clear 56 roads Good. Sioux Falls Clear. 68 rna to after a night of suffering from Tomaine poisoning. Miss Burns was wholly unequal to the task of competing with the wonderful Golf played by miss Cummings who shot six under Par for the morning round and four under perfect figures for the Cincinnati too 101 ooo�?2 8 0 new York 0001 003 oox�?4 8 2 Mays. Benton and Hargrave Watson and Snyder. Second game Pittsburgh. 400 too nominee brings about an Uncertain situation according to c. E. Coyne Secretary of state. The official ballots for the november election already have been certified to county auditors and provisions for Legal substitution Are said by the Secretary to Lack clearness. I eight holes played in the afternoon. Philadelphia. Pfeffer and Wilson. Criminal. In i Paraico the dispute we j Pierre Clear 60 roads Good. A Coil of hair from the head of a woman of roman Era held in pm Quot Fly by Al a hairpin?.�??-= too j attorney general Buell Jones will Schmidt Betts and j be asked for a ruling upon the be j Gallity of a substitution As soon As the de states incognito As lord Renfrew. The King held that International Courtesy required use of the prince�?T9 highest title on a visit to the United states even though it might Only be a pleasure trip. And this necessitated arrangement for him to pay his respects formally to the president. The privacy of the luncheon one of the few functions of its kind in american history is attributed not Only to Ltd the mourning of the executives fam 1 in in museum at York England. One Hundred and nov two a wow nerd in on week in of the ily for Calvin Coolidge jr., but to a Secretary of state is notified by the j desire to return similar courtesies exse Venty six i democratic state Central committee i tonner Hinr inf upon Wpm Berlin courts recent. Choice Anderson. F a successor to or Fly to i to s Secretary and mrs. Hughes and to Secretary Mellon and his daughter
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