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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 18, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages vol xxxix City edition Mitchell s. D. Tuesday August 18, 1925 number 267 Chamberlain Man convict builds up business in county jail convicts elude posse and dash former thief turns prison into Beehive Dennis Lewis who once terrorized Williamsport now is supporting family wares in demand us 111 to Thor Tyma Tes of Iau Arf working for him praying i p Goon sized Nester is v a cams pert a. Aus a con a h 31 become a business Man though Iron bars Ani Stone mails a rat him from the outside to rid. , m ,a of the la mins our a Tail. Has established Cturner of toys sets. Handler a it ides. A in a n u f waste a s and Sirn mar c it thriving has been Lewis bus that it has become necessary for him to h re other inmates of the a ail a i work for Hirn three years ago a burglar terrified the residents of a Section of Wil j i Minort for n Eaks the police tried1 a it of tire tie burglar and then one i Day he a arrested. I was Dennis Levis r. .v3j. Sentenced to the Eastern i pen Nevi Ania Penitentiary 2 fila i Riel Rita for 12 Quot ears Durine his Idle moments in Orison 1 a a started to making curtain pullers end Glass beads. He was Able to sell i these and soon the demand for his i products was so great that he could i net keep up with his business by his own efforts. Go he hired other convicts 0 work i or him. Paying them we and thus enabling them to store up nest tags try be used when they were freed. a a a 15 did not have much time for it b e work in the prison so through a he efforts of friends a was trans f feared Hack to the Lycoming county a a i Here Lewis found himself Able i to Devo virtually All of i time to i into Portland Farmer compelled to give hostage to murderous Trio make threats police challenged Sig Natt res a t t Ach e to it to Frank statement of spectacular escape senator Norbeck to Confer with belgian sculptor Sun is promised by March is. 1926 oth this Ope r inmates were Able t h i r i in e enabled Lewis. Gilt Vii i business until today he so enough Money to support a Good i Yan it a reads sat surtax to extend the a can of reducer to 20 percent Vera relatives and to have red Bank account his goods Are being sold in try of Pennsylvania. Imprison i have Learned two Les save Lewis one Cha it pays taking by honest. God fearing and Law j Tbs Ding another that a Man May be rtt Ash i pm i the much Der or it Ting the session n but he is never severe Hail storm flays havoc in portion of Iowa Ina oui a Hai a i a Fra sections causing tired a to storm be a Asse tigers in a to no reported h. Many a killed by to a Ca and More j Pool Al charge of in Vest i a t Ion Vear old grandson d aug ii a a 4p a cd question of reduce Nav Ion 5 taxes at the next of c Cress of be a somewhat de nit form the administration s scandal Der Are busily engaged in work a tax reduction Prog am was indicated from two sources yesterday action be assured Secretary Mellen and senator moot chairman of the Senate it Nare committee assured president Coolidge at Plymouth. I that a tax reduction Hill would he enacted by 1 Congress before first payments of the new year a due March 15. Simultaneously the Treasury let it known that a study of the coun s financial condition convinced of would not be unreasonable to consider a reduction of the surtax to 2 percent and of the Max Normal tax to five percent. In discussing the matter with the i president or. Mellon and senator expressed the belief that Many miscellaneous taxes could be slim a Ina Ted and that a substantial reduction also could be made in both the a surtax and Normal rates to shave income tax a i although or. Mellen made no definite recommendations to the chief executive. Senator Smoot and representative Tilson of Connecticut re publican Leader in the next House declared for a Cut in the surtax rates on incomes of i 2,600 and Over j from the maximum of 40 to 20 or even 15 percent. The also favored okla lug to up reduction of Normal rates from two 65, is Bield Here or a a a pee it on incomes of 1.000 murder As the result of and under from four to the Ltd the death of his ctn on incomes Between 4.von and Herbert late i fs.00o. And from six to five percent mores. It. Aug is Hail and wind storm shop of Southeastern Iowa today heavy crop damage Hal stones of extraordinary size Svere reported from brighten and North engish Telephone Ines were torn own throughout the storm area All windows on the North Side of a Rock Island passenger train were in train passed through j a or. Be to Lichi is that mum to South Dakota to be represented at rail rate hearing Pierre 5. aug. In a Pic the state Railroad commission was informed today that another meeting of in id die Western states will be held in Kansas City tomorrow at which plans will be discussed for meeting the argument of Railroad companies for higher freight rates. Dan Kelley of the South Dakota Railroad commission s personnel will represent this state a the meeting. Of banker arrested for listing Money in defunct Bank Pipestone Minn. Aug. Is a. K. Hanson former president of the Farmers state Bank of Jasper Minn. Was released under Bonds last night following his arrest on a charge of making false reports to the state banking department. The complaint alleges that Hinson shewed As an asset an account of f9.s13.27 in the closed Sioux Falls Trust and savings Hank. Preliminary hearing v ill be aug 25. R Brighton a number Wera injured Belt at North English about ten Miles in pigs and chickens the Hail. Boy 5 head blown to pieces police hold Grandfather red Ler. The Home of the grand on income Over that amount. Although the Treasury has net Dis ,.- attorney f is Dudley an Clos flu to it Udo the so called unwed Quot that evidence nuance taxes such As those on Auto tej the Grandfather mobiles and accessories a number of Tbs lad seas found Ivins across a congressional leaders have advocated i sol h his head shattered by a a Quot mov i of a ev15 in his a. Revolver bul Al Quot i ground that they have a bad effect a Ion business. The Hope of the treas a r it Ury As expressed yesterday is that a toys near f Congress will enact a which will v cause the least dislocation of business ind will bring the maximum return a to the government. Corn crops near Watertown Cut by Hail downpour Watertown ? Daug i a of Lff Hail. Accompanying a drenching rain. Lea in character did some damage Ocorn North of Watertown late last the based on claims for losses filed up to noon today the Hail Cov a red a strip about three Miles in i w Ftp and approximately nine Miles in length extending from souths is of Lake Kampeska to Northeast of Watertown of former pal still at Large one petition for Pardon sent to state executive or r i Muncie i rid. Aug 15�?�?george dutch . Sought by police. I Federal operatives and scores of Pri rate detective n connection with the i killing of pen Hance and i wife i was still being hunted today but the search hts been fruitless chief of police far Randolph Al it it re continuing the Hunt for the Oug. Mail Reeker is of the Tat is aug i1�?��> opinion. Andersen his eluded office re e cd Vee following of is headed for the Florida Ever Crevice declaration that Glades where a he chief believe a s recommended by the state a part of the Anderson gang is in hid Pardon Beard would he made readily inc _ the Public today let it i meanwhile Charles one Arm he known that one petition for a Wolfe named by Hance As a compan Tardor was recommended favourably Ion of Anderson is held under Bend of gov Gunnarson at a special meet of $f0 to Anderson was named by lit of the Board i Hance As his Slayer i Perre ? i Tam of stat tip a t in. A .4 r a r 1 adventure a winds of Chance Quot teem with it. Love that s the theme of the Story. And nothing makes better or More interesting Reading than love end adventure combined. That a what makes a the winds of chances so great a Story. That a Why the evening re publican has made arrangements for the publication in serial form of this greatest of All Rex Beach stories. You who have read other stories by Rex Beech need no introduction to this great Story Teller. You who have yet of read a Rex Beach Story have an Especial treat in store. The first chapter of the winds of Chance a will a near tomorrow evening in the evening be sure Vou read it. If you do the very opening will grip you and you will be sure not to miss an instalment. A the winds of chances is l Story of the Gold country to the far North where fortunes were made a and lost where men risked their lives for the precious yellow Meta and where in the Early Days hate was More com-1 Mon than love. Remember this powerful tale begins tomorrow. Portland. Ore aug is a it a Tom Murray. Ellsworth Kelly and Jamec Tsellos the three convicts who last wednesday shot their Way out of the Oregon Penitentiary Over the bodies of two guards and one of their own companions eluded All the posses which were searching for them and drove into Portland at 7 30 o clock last night Here the Trail ended. The daring dash into the City followed a raid by the convicts on a Pool Hall and grocer a store at Monitor Ore f about two of clock yesterday morning four men in the place were Force to accompany the outlaws in the automobile of one of the victims. Order food served on reaching the Home of c. L. Newman Between new Era and Oreg a City at 5 a rn., the convicts took Possession of the Dace forced the entire party from Monitor and the family to sta3�?T in the House All Day ordered and ate food washed and shaved and dressed themselves in clothes belonging to or. Newman and his Eon. At 5 30 p. . The three convicts taking Leslie la son and a Friend of Newman s As hostages continued their flight to Portland. Leaving the men acted from Monitor at the Newman House and Declar ing that if a word of their exploit a pc giver to the authorities the j i hostages would be shot. I Wydia Newman and his four car i five companions were prisoners thy i were entertained by a detailed r.a��?T native of the killings and break from i the Oregon penal institution. Murray is talkative i a. Amazingly Frank statement of report Shotts illicit liquor the spectacular escape was made by de 7 Fps wit t also be j Murray and All the of the Tay or heavily signed it and attached their j prints leaving the unique document to be turned Over to the police. No attempt was made to blame the killings on the dead Bandit Jones. Whose death in the getaway evoked a a thank god a from the lips of governor Pierce. The guard in the Tower was shot through the head by Murray because he would not throw Down his gun and a it was his life or ours a Murray had just knocked Down another guard who was a squealing like a before taking flight the escaping convicts stepped to shake hand Jones who had been mortally wound Ltd received his injunction to a play careful and not make it More than one a and then to watch while the expiring Comrade took a gun and fired a Load of Buckshot through the head of the already wounded second j guard which a made him unconscious j of what was going on around him Murray explained to Newman that he was telling a the honest god s truth and Taid he wanted his Mother i to read the statement. Of Redfield. S. D. Aug. a a senator Peter Norbeck expects to go to the Black Hills probably Tomor Row to discuss with Gutzon Borglum the sculptor plans for erecting Tho j Washington Lincoln memorial near j the Etta mine in the grizzly Bear Creek Valley. Salary fight is groundless s Halliday says slain Section hand Isth Rownin the Missouri Fred Webber victim of a Drunken Brawl police believe companions held fishermen find body tragedy takes Plack on american Island Moonshine is blamed for quarrel tax for year new York n. T., aug a material increase in the income of business women and the appearance of substantial collisions from illicit traffic such As the wholesale Bootlegger will feat us the income tax returns to be mad Public two weeks from today. While the actual statistics Are closely guarded against the hour j when the curtain it secrecy will be j raised by order of the Treasury de j apartment. Enough and Ance inform i Tion on the results in the second Dis ? strict a become known to state with certainty that collections w ii i \ approximate if not surpass those of the last tax year despite the lower j Normal and surtax rates. The situation Here officials Tay j May be taken As indicative of that j which will be shown in a majority of the other districts. Both the number of women making returns and the average amount of income have increased the local collector indicated attaches of the collectors office noted by a few companions that the earning capacity of the fair sex had mounted sufficiently to considerably offset the lowered tax rate. Executive positions held by women Are becoming More and More prominent. The collector has found Means of imposing imposts on the bootlegging fraternity and others of the like. By searching Bank records by Means of in neighbourly information from intimate friends and by observation that some individuals were living beyond their indicated Legal a Means of livelihood the collector and his staff Tia a influenced a number of supplementary returns. O i Fierre. S d. Aug is apr the inquiry into salary increases for state j institution Heads and employees which last week w As mad to appear As if the administration considered it of pressing importance has proved from All indications a great stir about Little j. F Halliday of Iroquois a in Ern a Ber of the Board of charities and i corrections explained that the old i Board w hich left office june 3 0 rals Jed Only the salary of the superin i tender of the Redfield feeble minded Home. The a Tord further show that or Adams of the insane Hospital at Yankton gave nominal increases to several of the Mer under him. Or. A i la Day who came to the capita today on business gave the following explanation a the old charities and corrections Board at its lat meeting raised the salary of superintendent at Redfield $75 per month and approved or. nominal increases to several men under him when the boards action became known in Pierre gov. Gunderson to assure himself that the salaries were justified asked the present Beard members to Confer with him at their Leisure a meeting we As held a week ago last sunday and during the discussion it was decided to have employment director Bronson shortly make a tour of a1 the institutions with a View to correcting any inequitable situation that investigation showed existed n Way of unbalanced Valare. far As or Hail Adav could glean there was no desire in the part of anyone at the meeting to discredit the action of the old Board the thought being to make an intelligent Survey of the situation in order to remedy evils if they existed. The unusual interest attached to j the incident arose through the More i or less mystery which appeared to envelope the Board s meeting with. The governor. Or. Gunderson was at the time he we As questioned unusually i Busy and could not fully go into the matter. Other officials withheld the i facts because they wished the executive to take the Lead chamber Ivd. Aug. 18 a tvo co Kroner dal fishermen returning at noon from a few Miles Down the Missouri River where they Lead been fishing since 4 of clock this morning found the body of Fred Webber Young Section hand who was drowned in the big Muddy late saturday night after a liquor party on american Island. The body was found floating on water the fishermen reporter. And they fastened it securely to a log. Returning to Chamberlain to notify the Brule county sheriff to. Together with the states attorney and the Coroner left hero shortly after one of clock to get. The body and bring it Hack to this town. It expected that the inquest would to held Over the body late today. Coyne makes Pardon request names Public Pierre. S a. Aug. Is despite Advance statements that information regarding Pardon recommendations would be kept secret c. E. Coyne Secretary of Pardon Board made pub i he names of prisoners recommended i to the governor for release from the i state prison. j five petitions were presented. In addition to that recommended three were rejected and one was recommended for a conditional Pardon. Or. Coyne s action is diametrically opposed to a desire expressed by governor Gunderson earlier this summer that Pardon matters be not accorded wide publicity because of the hardship it worked on the families of the men involved. Stanley Morris former it. Vernon banker was recommended for an executive Pardon. Lester York con Nebraska most y fair tonight and j v wednesday except possibly Thunder storms this afternoon or tonight in Southeast portion cooler tonight and in Southeast portion wednesday. Local tempera turds maximum and in. Nim tim temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. In Day. Maximum 95. Minimum 65. At 7 a in. Today a 5 reads Good. Weather forecast South Dakota generally fair night and wednesday cooler tonight in East and Central portions. Iowa mostly air tonight and wednesday. Except thunderstorms this afternoon or tonight in South and extreme East portion cooler tonight and in South portion wednesday. Minnesota generally fair tonight and wednesday cooler tonight. North i Kota fair tonight and wednesday slightly cooler tonight in portion cabaret dancers Shower kisses on a a daddy Browning new York. N aug. Is apr Edward w. Browning whose adoption of Mary Louise spas was annulled recently fled from a roof Garden Early today when chorus girls kissed him and shouted a ooh there s my Cinderella the millionaire realtor who was dining on the roof tried to Retreat when two dozen girls circled his table and asked him to adopt them. Then a blonde ingenue circled his neck so strongly that it was a minute before her arms could be pried Loose. Other diners took up her end a wont you adopt me or. Browning a As he sought to leave another chorus girl took him by the Arm and induced him to dance but he soon broke away As the orchestra played a if that the kind of a girl you sport briefs american league. New York. Too of Detroit. Of Hoyt and Stoner and Gassier. Washington .010 Cleveland too Johnson and Rue Uhle and Wyatt. Boston. Too of Chicago. Too of Wingfield and Buschoff Lions and sch amp la. Cited of grand larceny in Davison county was recommended for a conditional Pardon. Applications from o. Hanson and Forest Caw Thorn of Tripp county and James dog Eagle of Corson county were rejected. Dorothy mentally obtuse alienist asserts on stand Lei 000a 323 f�?~00 Graham and. Too too of "f>9 Ooi Chi weather and roads re a a it <4 r to pm temperature Are r to 2jx in u in 32. In. Int in u in 7 Geed. Huron temperature a 7 01 maximum 3. Min mum 6 it a <4 goo a. Watertown a ads a in Naod at so temperature a to a a j �?>�?T_2. 55 in or in urn so rain roads fair. Aberdeen temperature at 7 a 62 maximum ?5 minimum 55 rain reads fair. Sioux Falls temperature at in. 71 maximum 92. Minimum raids food. M % i Calif. Aug. I top Twitchell alienist t est if ing in a Buta for the a Roseau Frt or it the Dorothy Elli Boscn murder la Here late Vesterdal declared that old suspected Matricides and real love affairs and a bus or twitch el1 the it a to c. 0t v d was morally explained a the Cung jazz Quot girl a it to a he is but had suffered no real affairs of the heart the Ellingson girl charged with murdering her Mother Las january declared sane by or. Twitchell who Wao the first witness called in by the prosecution a the deleted its on. Who a i rebuttal a tense Cli National league first game St. Loll is too too nil �?2 52 Boston 040 010 lox�?5 12 0 Reinhardt and of amp Rrell Genew cd i and of Neil second game St. Louis. Boston. Dyer and , o be. Chicago new York. Cooper and Gonzales Scott. Nehf and Hartley. I first game j Cincinnati. 050 oo�?��?7 la 2 j Philadelphia 0nl Cio 201�?5 13 2 i la que. J May and Hargrave Betts Couch. Mitchell and i second g me Cincinnati. Re 30 4 i Adolph la. A 0 e2 2 Benton. May and to Rye Knight Betta Mitchell and Wilson fits Burgh �?��?�5 �?�11�?ll la r arc klan .013 0 oooo 41r 2 i Yde and Gooch. Osborne Hubbell j Aldridge Ehrhardt and Taylor. A a Bill introduced in the Ontario i can legislature empowers the authorities to Call on every Able bodied Man Between the Ages of to and 50 i to Aid la Forest Trot. Chamberlain s a aug is special a the body of Fred Webber 2 2, Chamberlain Section hand lies somewhere in the Muddy Waters of the Missouri River and Henry Hendrickson and Leo. Lewis of this place Are being held for investigation a a a result of a liquor party and crap game which was held on american Island opposite Chamberlain saturday night. Webber was pushed into the eddying current of the Stream at about the spot where the ferry lands along the West Bank. Lewis and Hendrickson members of the party believe after an altercation arose in the Dice game which was in Progress. Efforts to locate the body were begun sunday and dynamite no was Star Ted yesterday As a last resort but without aval the Swift current is believed to have carried Tbs body Many Miles below the scene of the tragedy and Hope of recovering it near Here has been abandoned. Police have As yet been unable to straighten out the threads of the Story or to get an accurate idea of exactly How it Hap Ned that Webber we pushed into the River and allowed to sink from the sight of his companions and friends without any attempt being made to Rescue him. The swiftest part of the Missouri current is on the opposite Side of the Stream and it would have been easy to eave Webber from drowning had any of his companions made the attempt police reason. Lewis is a Good swimmer and could have rescued Webber easily it is believed Moonshine a is the verdict of those investigating the crime and it is believed that the men of the crap shoot ing party were rendered so helpless by the Large quantities of the illicit liquor it in alleged they had consumed that they did not realize what was happening when they pushed Webber into the Stream and allowed him to sink without a move to help him. Search started sunday it was not until sunday that search for the Bocy of the Young Man was started and then the details were so lazily reported that no one was certain that Webber was actually dead. Webber had been employed As a Section hand and it was thought that he might show up for work monday morning if he had been Able to reach Shore after his companions threw him into the water. Monday came and Webber was marked absent. The Island opposite Chamberlain has been the known Mecca of booze parties from Chamberlain in the past and some quarrels have been reported but Webber is the first known victim of a crime perpetrated As the result of what is believed to have been too much Moonshine. State enjoined Fiman from making dividend payments Sioux Falls s. D. Aug 13�?a restraining order enjoining Charlesj. Fiman receiver for the National Bank of Commerce a Pierre from paying any dividends to general creditors and depositors until after the outcome of the action started by the state to be ire a preferred claim on Rural credits funds deposited in the Bank was issued today by judge j d. Elliott in Federal District court. The injunction Marks another step in the fight on the part of the Eta a to secure a preferred claim in $2000 00 of the assets of the Bank Rural credits to that sum having been deposited illegally by a w. Ewert. Former Rural credit commissioner according to claims made by the state. Coolidge visits haunts that knew him As Yankee lad ply in. 6 it by vt., 13�?�?president Coolidge lingered today at his father s Home apparently undecided As to when he will return to the summer Quot wife House at Swampscott. He again dismissed affairs of a cd i a Ramont from Hie mind and gave him a self Over to the recreation afford i by the haunts he know a a boy. F
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