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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 21, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell South Dakota to it a Day August 21, 1924. Vol. Xxx , Suzin in Nam fatal Tornado trikes. D. Law blocks mime Yuda not mowed to Ved cripple rite my i Nde re Groom deaf dumb a answer Blind cannot Legal questions woman clings to Side pstrh01,0c, say it is mater v Al instinct that Moyes hessian waitress to Harold Matson s e \ service writer mass., a. 21.�?the City does no to want to let Minnie v Kieve waitress 42 years old. Or. Strong woman of restock. Somehow roller in her youth worked Cervine there tired la lonely Poston. Of bos r Yuda a Minnie sch is a fian pea Maitree it Minnie i meals in hordes i life. And n one she does not ant aped to always restaurants w Liers has been it. N to that loves the Minnie has found which Che that it Law. Understand say Ana u be. A ii when she first applied for Cense she was Given an application Blank to fill out and after the name a Quot a nto f Queerest of romances Only one slip in Franks crime Savage argues assistant prosecutor says otherwise perpetrators would have been Safe body poorly hidden Mccoy took jewels of widow who was slain Kieve Kaplan a and Mij Ohe Yeda Kiev Kaplan the clerk walked have to bring the Groom Phe wrote the age. 21. Ghe would if he Mincer than she. Much it rung # Ched cannot come. And pleas left the but he Minnie a tears clerk unyielding. Next Day she appeared again Fol by three husky men who were it a Jewed by three carrying a fourth even larger than they tar fourth was Kieve Kaplan Minnie a prospective Groom. A a he la have to sign the application a a a and the clerk. A the cannot explained Minnie. Ankh i no replies a do Yon want to marry Minnie the clerk asked of Kieve. Limp supported by Shaver says West is moving toward Davis on that account he urges intensive Western Campaign on nominee. French chamber votes to ratify pact of London Premier Herriot on agreement wins majority of Over Khi % the _ want Tuda Kiere stood men. A the cannot hear m nine said impatiently. Make him speak then. So that we that he knows he in what he know doing a the cannot speak he is a a in Minnie Annb bund and orly Why do you want to marry explained i love him a the is pled him a because Minnie. Rut the love of Minie not enough to con Boston. That new York City. Aug. 21.�? a31 a be % fore departing for sea Girt. N. J., where he plans to Are the first broadside against president Coolidge a position As the nominee of the Republican party tomorrow. John w. Davis. Will Confer Here today with Clem l. Shaver his Campaign manager and other party leaders on general com pain plans. Or. Shaver is returning from the West to supplement reports made by Telegraph concerning what he regards As a favourable Drift in that Section to the democratic National ticket. He already has advised the presidential nominee that the people in the we St Are anxious to hear or. Davis and it t re should marry. I was a Karpf it in at his insistence that the Kieve Likely unaware o p party Standard bearer decided to in a c Fate at the Marr a aug rate his intensive Campaign immediately after his labor Day address at Wheeling. W. A. Or Davis will leave Here for sea Girt late this afternoon to be the guest of gov. Silzer until tomorrow when he will return to his Home at Locust Valley. While or. Davis has determined to strike into the West Early next month his itinerary even in its most Early stages remains to he fixed definitely. Kieve Kaplan in the City it Yuda for the Vince Eric or his Fate counter a carried nip Oback to of a de of the Railroad Castle Street. There like a much his place in Bridge near he sits from meeting until late night. Call it Mother tone ack of newspapers boxes of Rolls of shoelaces Are take of of. Choking gum Ril a about him. Passersby these and leave pennies in the Little wooden Box Kieve sits on a nov unaware of the pennies that Are ripped. Unaware that a Friendly brings him news papers. i ans strategists i ill. A tic i it so Law organization gathered tort a for i thought and Thoro to Canji a work of ten Earle for toll or Convoy to Ono Thor and formulate a definite Osboy t a relative Lafollette to open Campaign in new York C., aug. the la Follette Washington not i want to care for by his Side a Minnie your question. A pay say that Minnie a has overwhelmed t Ria g Al i inv h i m i. To stand answer a it Slot might a Erna instance in regard to Kiev Anathon ? h re a a Kieve does no to know of the h Minnie life is n grips to visit Kieve silently and there is More a a in her seeing eyes and hurl hat Speaks than the mute resigned candidates and program of activities for their support Ere. The return last night of senator Wheeler running mate of the inde pm Vav. Render candidate for president from what other his three weeks vacation in mass--1 Ehu setts. Enabled attorney general Ekern of Wisconsin director of toe a from Leve does t know for him perhaps j Sci citation of Campaign funds o Blacker than before. The Public and David k Niles a a Jim sneakers Bureau to standing a in acting head of the speakers Bureau to Peri i series of Onfer Enre wit them. The itineraries of the candidates in the face of themselves presented the principal i task before the conferees although a a express Dawes Speaks in Sioux Falls in september i personal appearance before t o Rel to is <2 Mont Falls s. P., aug. 21.�? it Harley g. Panes Republican Rice presidential nominee Nill to in Sioux Falls on some dire Between sept. 15 and 20. To Eliot time to be fixed when b itinerary for a we Terr i rip is completed. Of was announced Tody by George Wright of Huron. Chairman of the mate Republican committee. Title deft a ire Promise. Or. Wright Ald. Bad huh made by the Republica i speakers but Frau. Shoots prisoner through bars for insulting girl number of other problems Are to a i considered. Arrangements Are being made meanwhile by Campaign managers in Chicago to broadcast a labor Day message by senator la Fol Jette by radio throughout the country and or. Wheeler is expected to speak on Boston Ccammon on the same Day. It is said to be practically settled i that or. Lafollette will wait until the Middle of september to make his once before an audience and that this address will be delivered in new York City. Where each will go after those speeches and the division of the territory Between them remains for the conferees to determine with one of the candidates j j Paris France aug. 21.�?cp a the a Ham her of deputies this evening upheld the government 320 to 209, defeating a motion to refer the London Amini on the inauguration of tile Dawes plan to a commission. Paris. France aug. 21.�?-up a tie Dawes reparation plan and the stops taken at the London con fort Nee to make it effective were overshadowed by violent communist demonstrations in the Ehammer of deputies today when Premier Herriot we tit before the chamber and Senate read a Long declaration embodying the government s ease and asked for it the approval of the a gis lature. The Premier was spared much of this violence during the hour it took to read his statement hut before and after his address the chamber was a mad lion a and the session had to he suspended in order to restore quiet. The communists monopolized the debate and mane Vered in such a fashion that Hie entire afternoon a devoted to their motion for an adjournment until the Senate votes the amnesty Hill. Not a word of i Rii Sion about the work of the Emden conference a heard. Paris France aug. 21 a Ltd a Premier Herriot put the dawns reparation plan and the London agreement for making it effective by the chamber of deputies this afternoon and told the members i for my part have chosen but nothing final had been done and parliament in its turn can evacuation of the Ruhr the Premier said had dominated everything at the International conference in i Ondon and he had had a to choose Between the re establishment of an inter Allied entente and the continuance of isolated action a m Harriot emphasized that arbitration was the great principle established at the London conference and asserted that France would gain by it a for it would need a Good Deal of optimism to believe that France in the future could gain the majority of votes which enabled her to enter the Premier Herriot was enthusiastically acclaimed by his supporters and booed by the communists and deputies of the extreme right this was Only Chance for discovery of kidnappers according to counsel Chicago aug. 21.�? a Nathan Leo add jr., and Richard Loeh should hang because such a penalty would protect tho Holmes and children of i he Trio Community judge John r. Cav orly was told today by Joseph Savage assistant slates attorney. R a these defendants Boh themselves super men a above the Law of god and or. Savage said. A Elf they an hanged we will have no More such crimes against childhood. If they Are not. We might a Well abolish capital punishment Ami All previous murderers who have died on the Gallows would have Ixo in treated it or. Sax age said the world was watching for judge Caverly a decision and urged that the majesty of the Law could be upheld Only by a decree of hanging. Walter Miarl Iraclis Junior counsel for the defens followed with a dissertation on the defense position Iii mental disease Short of if Anity its a mitigation of punish ment. Chicago in. Aug. 21.�?cp a failure to hide sufficiently the body of Robert Franks was the breaking j Point in the plot of Nathan Leopold. Report re an it Richard Loeb according to j the states analysis of the crime Given today before judge John r. Waverly by Joseph Savage assistant states attorney. In impassioned denunciations of the defendants and w Ith waving arms and pounding fists. Or. Sava a told the coup that if Leopold had forced the body Well into the Culvert in j Stead of pushing it with his foot it would not have been found. A they would not have been apprehended in 100,009 he said. He described the attempts to get $10.ooo in Ransom from Bobby Sfa some dead in dusters Wake say reports a of Yale is demolished according to relayed report to Huron Hayti also strewn emergency y Call from Yale says Ali buildings demolished of los an ther. Pointing out that the identifies Selby for a week following finn of the body became known to inset a recent picture of Selby. Mrs. Teresa mors left millionaire Art shop proprietress Geles who was shot to death by Norman Selby a kid Mccoy when the famous fighter went on a rampage. For some time previous the a a kids so name had been coupled with that of mrs. Mors following his assuming the role of her protector in Domestic arguments she had with her husband. Rumor named her As a prospective tenth mrs. Mccoy. Tho tragedy occurred in an apartment which police said she had occupied with her interlocutory divorce from Albert Mora. Had or. For five turn to Page ten please Mccoy a will expected to make at least one address in every Section thought to offer favourable Opportunity for a showing in the election. Tother forecast Iowa partly overcast with probably Hunder storms in East and Central portion this afternoon or tonight cooler tonight Friday fair cooler in vast portion. Hisa Beth City. N c. Aug 21.�?j Farrier a wealthy retired soft drink manufacturer of Wilson n. 4 today shot and perhaps fatally in a lured Joe Swindell while he was j a Lri in a charged with improper conduct toward farriers 13 year old strand daughter. Walking up to the jail window Tobej Man called out to fhe prisoner by and when by appeared the police Sioux said Farrior shot through the jail 4 ars wounding fhe prisoner in the eight Jung Vul Caj a local Thunder storms in East and Cen Rai Mottle ast Ponton. North and South Dakota generally fair tonight and Friday somewhat Fuller in East portions tonight. I xxx a i temperatures and minimum tempera a in. Yesterday to 7 a. The official thermometer maximum Tures from m. Today As recorded by i. _. A . Government maximum 3� minimum cd. At 8 a. In. Today 69. O weather and roads Mitchell Clear. 69 roads Good. Aberdeen Cloudy 64 roads mud to Ravin or. Franks Only five minutes before he received his last message from a George the name used to sign the a Ransom letter. Or. Savage asserted that to Mold and Loeb had drawn their plans so finely that if the father had followed directions ant gone to a a big s Ore in a cab furbished by the kidnappers. He would have been sent scurrying to a Railroad depot there to Board a train due to leave a few minutes later. To the parlor car. The boys placed a Fetter addressed to Franks and giving full directions on Bow to throw the Money from the moving train. A they would have reached the designated Point in their automobile at that precise moment of the train were on said or. Savage. A How could they have been traced no one knew whence came the Telephone r9ll to or. Franks nor who bad ordered the Rah sent to his Home no one would have known who telephoned the drug store and the father would have bad no Chance to notify the police in Advance of where he had been told to go or How to continued on rage three today Seball american a can be first game St. Louis ____130 203 010�?11 is 0 Philadelphia Oil too too 2 9 2 shocker and Severeid Gray. Meeker Harrison and Perkins Gibson Cleveland too too too 0�?i r 0 a. Too too too i�?2 8 2 Chic and Myatt Quinn and Pici Nich. I Chicago. Washington Ojo Cvengros and Schalk Johnson an i Rue. Second game St. Louis Joo too 0 Philadelphia too 300 0 Van Gilder and Severeid Heimach and Perkins. National league first game new York. 105 2 St. Louis. Too 3 Bentley and Gowdy Stuart Bell and . Of a Cincinnati. Of los Angeles cal., aug. 21.�? jewels to the value of Many thousands of dollars some of which had already been seized hut most to of which Are missing became the focal Point today Iii Hie inquiry into the death of mrs. Theresa a. Mors Here on aug. 12, in by it a Section with which kid Mccoy former pugilist. Is held on a murder charge. To Angeles. Calif. Aug. 21.�?two hard blows landed today on the defense of kid Mccoy indicted yesterday for the murder Here August 12, of mrs. Theresa m. Mors the woman with whom he was living. Mccoy sister. Mrs. Jennie Thomas delivered one of them. The police were responsible for the other. Mrs. Thomas turned Over to the investigators $f�.000 Worth of jewels which she said Mccoy gave her after the death of mrs. Fors. And which Albert a. Mora divorced husband of the dead woman declare were stolen from her body. Police investigatory announced that they had torn to shreds the Story of Dagmar Dahlgren dancer and eighth divorced wife of the sex fighter who earlier in the Day volunteered a statement Fiat tended to absolve her former husband of mrs. Morse death. The dancer said she had been spying on Mccoy and mrs. Mors. Ltd a Mccoy leave the mors apartment the night the woman died with a Bullet in her head saw mrs. Mors turn off her Light then saw a heavy set Man enter heard an argument then a shot and finally the Hasty departure of the heavyset Man. Officers working on the Case after investigation asserted they could find no corroboration of the Dahlgren Story and that it apparently was an Effort on her part to help her sex husband. With no basis in fact. The Day also marked the arraignment of Mccoy on the charge of murder three charges of assault with intent to commit murder and four charges of robbery his attorneys obtained a postponement of the plea until monday but before they could be heard Mccoy in reply to the readings of the murder charge shouted a i did the seven lesser charges against the former prize ring attraction were tho outgrowth of a shooting affray staged by him the morning following mrs. Morse death when he invaded the Westlake shopping District held up a number of persons and wounded t free. Mccoy fashion plate Lothario of eight matrimonial adventures and Prince of the squared Circle was a subdued copy of his former self As he appeared for arraignment. Head Down hands clasped in front of him he faced Superior judge c. O. Crail As the indictment was read. The Only Flash of his fighting spirit came with the Reading of the murder charge when he shouted his denial. Too says Standard dominates in Price making Independent witness to Missouri says others Are afraid to Cut quotations airmen off on 825-mile flight to Greenland commander and mechanician spend entire night preparing for journey Jefferson City mo., aug. 21.�?wil-Liam Burton president of the Standard ii company of Indiana is exp cd to be one of the chief witnesses today at the hearing being. Conducted by attorney general Jesse Mitchell and Henline Rixey and 1 a 0. W. Barrett to determine if the an. Ion too. Too too keen and by be airmail service this note written by kid Mccoy was. Found in the apartment of mrs. The in i re a mors following her death. Tonight roads Muddy. Ilice contend it indicates the pugilist Pierre partly Cloudy it ads had intended killing the woman and Good. A then ending his own Iii. Clear. Hargrave. Brooklyn. Chicago. Erhardt and de Barrjr Hartnett. First game Boston. Too 101 004�?7 9 2 Pittsburgh. Too 330 000�?6 i 3 Mcnamara. Lucas. Benton and Gibson Morrison. Pfeffer and Smith. Second game Boston. Too of Pittsburgh. Too of Cooney an i of Neil Yde and Schmidt to tru to Laws of the state Are being violated by Oil companies. Two different officials of the Standard Oil of Indiana late yesterday testified that the Standard owned half interests in the Sinclair crude Oil purchasing company and the Sinclair pipe line company but one of them denied the Standard had any connection with the marketing of Sinclair company gasoline or other products. Ten companies were listed in the testimony As subsidiaries of the Standard of Indiana or of some of Ita subsidiaries it ran Errn i b t Banks manager of the Ltd Baki. Team the High continent Oil company. An ind Epen ctn Cinatl aug. 21.�?bruised and i a sent of company to Kansas City shaken up. But otherwise uninjured that the. Sunward Amin As the result of a wreck of passenger ated the Missouri Field to the sex train no i. On the Baltimore and tent that Here Cit i sort of at Foteh n he members cholog1cal fear Quot that prevented smal of the Philadelphia National league compan a a from starting cutting baseball club arrived at Redland. Price Field for thir game with Cincinnati i i _ at Trio this afternoon. Turn to Pace ten please Reykjavik Iceland aug. 21.�?op a the Ajner ican round the world fliers and lieutenant locatello italian airman hopped off from Here at 8 15 of clock this morning. The fliers passed the United state Cruiser Richmond on patrol about 70 Miles off the coast from Iceland at Huron amp d., Anent 31.�? reports Reo Kved Here this morning say a Tornado struck through a District 15 Miles Cam of Here killing one Man at Yale Northeast of Huron and injuring several i it Eurto a in the towns of Irum Irois and favour. Yale according to these unconfirmed report. Wan virtually wiped out. Newspapermen Are accompanying a party of doctors and nurses to Yale where an emergency Call asking for help was relayed through Telephone repairmen to a local Hospital. The unverified reports from Yale say practically every building in the town a demolished. All wires into the affected area ate Down making direct communication. Impossible hut linemen Are being rushed to the District to repair the Breaks. Two Hurt at Watertown Watertown s. Do aug. 21.�?mrs. Fed Brewster and her two children were injured Here last night when a Small Tornado which developed during a violent windstorm struck the Brewster Home and wrecked it. Mrs. Brewster with her baby clasped to Ber breast was hurled 300 feet from the House. The other child a lad of five bruised and limping summoned help. The Tornado just touched the South East Edge of the City destroying in addition to the Brewster Home several barns an a number of garages in the neighbourhood Southeast of Watertown several barns were existed and wrecked and numerous stave silos were blown Down. Corn in the area was flattened. But other crops Are not seriously damaged reports today indicate. A report of heavy damage and two deaths at Hayti proved unfounded. The violent wind storm did widespread damage to buildings and crops in the Watertown area last night it was revealed As reports from the affected districts came in today. All Telephone and Telegraph wires put out of commission Early in t in night and until communication is restored to All sections of the storm swept District no accurate estimate i my nectar a loss can be made. The damage in Watertown will run it nto thousands of dollars. A big smokestack at the Plant of the Watertown steam laundry was toppled Ever and hurled through the roof and the floor of the second Story. Most of the machinery on the Sec Ond floor was smashed. Hundreds of Trees were blown Down throughout the residential Section and Many private garages were wholly or partly destroyed torn Over a wide Section was badly flattened hut Grain is for the most part in Shock and was not Hurt reports say that Many silos and barns to the South and Southeast of Watertown were demolished. Jerauld county hit Wessington Springs s. A. Aug. 21 after a Stiglin Gly hot Day yesterday this Section visited by a severe wind. Lightning Hail and rain storm about 9 p. A. Wednesday which is reported to have done considerable property damage in the Rural districts. Locally the storm did Little damage except to Trees and sign Hoard. It left in its Wake Lio to chs of rain Rural telephones Are All out of order this morning making it difficult to determine it to extent of the damage in outlying districts. However. It is reported several new barns constructed after the devastating Tornado of june -9 have again been levelled and thai a a has Corn crop was badly battered by the Hail. Small Grain is a the Shock eliminating serious damage in that direction. Two dead in North Dakota Fargo. N. aug. 21.�?op a a torrential downpour of rain accompanied with electrical and Hail storms swept Over virtually every Section of North Dakota yesterday afternoon and last night leaving in its Wake two dead Aind probably three slight general property damage and a precipitation depth ranging from .14 inches at Bottineau to 1.62 at Jamestown. The wheat Harvest in most sections Farmers reported today we Ili be delayed for one or two Day. Jamestown apparently was the hardest hit two men being struck and killed by lightning within a to Miles radius of that City. Reports received there today also declared lieutenant locatello a leading j ,.a"fthe p"�?�0&Quot Hart a Een killed Hie american companion. Lieut. To quote ski i 1 was not Quot due to disrupted communication on Rural lines. Of a a a Well h. Smith and Lieut. Erik ii. Nelson by five Miles. The weather was Beautiful and flying conditions were excellent when the aviators it out for Greenland. Lieut. Smiths plane lifted from tho water a few minutes after 8 of clock and Lieut Nelsons plane was off two minutes later. Lieut. Locatello who caught up with the americans in order to accompany them across the Atlantic after a Lone flight from Pisa. Italy got off la minutes after Lieut. Nelson. All of the takeoffs were made easily. Commander up Aii night Lieut. Smith the flight commander. Had been up All night recording weather reports and working out plans for coping with weather and mechanical conditions which he and turn to pm ten please a dec my Iowa Bank looted Albert Lea winn., aug. 21.�?cutting All wire communication leading out of the Village of Leland la., Southwest of Here bandits blew the Safe in the Farmers saving Bank there and fled with an undetermined amount of loot. According to word received Here. Of hit White bread 1 London. England. Aug. Sale of White bread throughout England has decreased 50 per cent in the last two years due to the repeated warnings by doctors that Whit bread is a Likely cause of cancer. There has been a corresponding increase is the Sale of wholemeal bread
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