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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 22, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
F a. A a. Chi the evening Republican City edition vol xxx Mitchell South Dakota Friday August 22, 1924. Peggy Joyce a father still cuts hair much married girls Parent is proud of shop would have advised against be cry a marriage to count if he had known Peggy wants Money i she can to afford to give Rio Ture because mar Iii Ogk came High in to Petrey in Jere Stephen Hannagan n e v service writer tile va., aug. 22.�?�?onext�?��?T j my turn to climb into the j Peggy Joyce a father George in Barber of Farmville. In a a two chair shop Here hut f is the Only Barber j the second chair is neatly covered and a sign reads. A do not sit in Thi Quot Chile a he crooned in perfect Virginia dialect As i eased into the com portable seat for a a shave Quot you certain a by need a hair j Only the night i before when t had gotten out of a new York Barbera a chair he had remarked in Hook i in italian. Quot your hair is just right now. It looks Fine. Done to let anybody touch it with clippers he had Brot Over a Mirror and shown me the Back of my head Upton. You be the a but done to take another father i needed cloth about the motor with a few Quot ail right. Or judge a i answered hardly any hair a who hoho. Bellowed a husky virginian. A you must be a stranger around Here to let him sell you a haircut if you Conte Back Here tomorrow Hon try to give one but the countess Morner a firm. He insisted that o haircut As he pinned j my neck. Tny a he pulled Over driven clipping machine Eki Stic passes about my head he bad three months diligent persistence Ard worry on the part of my now York Barber. Quot please trim off Only the i for it add As i saw the Long dripping to the floor. Era ii in a Fow moments t was trimmed i he manner approved in Peggy Joyce a Home town. Thors came the shave. Grateful for tip Peggy father walked to the rear of the shop to get warm water. He lathered my face and after Honing end stopping his razor gave me the. A have of my life. A couple of wild hairs a he commented As he stung a few Chin Nicks a it a a v i caustic Pencil. Gey s dad s shop is sort of a no place for the townspeople. Chant or two were there the of the weekly newspaper Sev flt Rmer Darrow Calls slayers wealth their menace says Leopold and Loeb pleaded guilty because of prejudice Calls act senseless defend Cox Sel says states witnesses did not sufficiently observe youths above you see Stephen Hannagan with the haircut executed by Peggy Joyce a father below the shop in which a tue Barber of Farmville holds Forth. A Drill Day is strange signals japs reply to in wireless May a defense Day come from Mars were he to in strand but to no officials. However deny proposal has connection with american Mobil-1zation Gater a i Tokyo. Japan. Aug. 21.�? amp a the military reservists organizations today formally launched an agitation the Observance of a National Drill Day oct. 23, officially proclaimed annually As festival Day at the National military shrine of Yasuk Tini of to Kio. The vernacular accounts of the agitation mention the similarity of the american a defend Day sept. 12. Officials say no Sanction to the reservists organization proposal has yet been Given and that they saw no connection Between the american and japanese activities. The american Community Imre h is engaged in a controversy Over the and defense Day scheduled. Missionaries have sent a message of protest to president Coolidge against the plan while other americans Are vigorously defending the course of the Washington government. Vancouver operators by they Are unable to Cit out Ruzzi j no messages Upton gets 2 rent for shaves but j Taa i Ltd of holding a the Price of his haircuts i on it a a in America As Schedu cents. Ile thanked me three times for a cent tip. That be Check room Chicken feed for his much a tried daughter. I would have advised my daughter against her recent unhappy mar had i known she contemplated p he said As i climbed out of the chair. He was wedded to count Morner j of Sweden shortly after she left her j father borne Here after her Aret vis j it in 14 years to the town in which i a e spent the younger years of Ber Quot but Margaret did no to say a word Bent her coming marriage and i not even know whether she con Ltd plated it when she was he a inned. He always Calls Peggy or Margaret you know Hast today n parried four times. By object to camera Ber first husband a Everitt a. , of Denver then came a Burro Philbrick Hopkins. Or. Of in Eton next was James Stan Joyce of Chicago and then a cwt Morner. A eggy a father refers to them As or e h i e of Denver Hopkins of Wash a Joyce of Chicago and the a dish n Peggy Upton Archibald hop a levee Morner weddings arc sex rur led geographically it sounds a i Cooke a tour of the world. Buggy s father is prof Anely Posi j Davis scores klan puts Issue to Coolidge sea , n. J., aug. 22.�? 41�?j calling the Kun flux Kian by name. John w. Davis democratic presiden a tial nominee declared in an address that this organization or any other which raises the Standard of racial or religious prejudice. A must be condemned by All those who believe As i do in american having thus made his own position Clear. Or. Davis expressed the Hope that president Coolidge As the Republican presidential candidate would see fit a by some explicit declaration London. England aug 22.�? up a at Marron Headquarters Here attempts to signal the planet Mars were regarded As a a fantastic Signor Marconi who is at present away on his yacht the Electra it is stated never has attempted communication with Mars nor Given it serious thought. Vancouver b. C., aug. 22.�?mysterious signals picked up by Point Grey wireless station Here during the last week culminated yesterday in a strange group of sounds wireless experts Here to the planet Mars is trying to establish communication with the Earth four distinct groups of four dashes each Carne through the Ether today the operators stated. The signals. They said were Iii unknown code starting on a Low note ending with a a a Zippy and that neither a spark nor a continuous wave was responsible for the sounds. W. Mellish and w. T. Burford. Operators of Long experience state they have never previously encountered such messages. The puzzling signals out in on their regular messages and every known method of getting rid of the disturbances was tried without Success. Quot the fact that i distinctly got four groups of four dashes convinced me that some intelligible communication Force was at work Burford said. Astronomer expects no message new York City aug. 22�?there is Little Hope that the question of whether Mars is inhabited will Chicago aug. 22.�?f/p a riot Calls to police Headquarters resulted today from the crush of frantic Cour than trying to gain admission to the court room of a judge John r. Caverly where Clarence s. Harrow started his plea for mercy towards Nathan i Leopold or. And Richard to it be kidnappers and murdered of Robert Franks. So great was the crush in the corridors Halls and on stairways that a score of deputies and a it Lipmen Wen unable to control the mob. Twice the court telephoned for police reinforcements first for to and then tor 20 additional officers. Women fainted clothing was torn and several persons were reported injured in the struggle. Tile court held up the Star of or. Harrows address for half an Lenir until tie corridors were cleared. Then he ordered All visitors expelled from the building. The near tragedy dissolved into comedy at the end. A there Are four of your Honor a friends out Here judge a reported a Bailiff. A let them stay out they late a said judge Caverly. Then the harassed officer said could not persuade a the press Clear the corridor. A a ooh Jet newspapermen pass and out. Said the judge. A Roar of laughter swept judge spectators attorneys and defendant As the portals swung open and Quot the press entered in the person of a Chunky messenger boy his hair awry j Collar twisted and face red but with triumphant Grin on his features. Harrow opens Money was the big Handicap of the j defense in the Case or. Barrow said in his address to judge John r. Eagerly. A people were Given extravagant stories and we suffered from them a j he said. J Quot i have heard nothing in the last month hut the cry of blood. Nothing breathed from the state s attorneys office but the breath of or. Darrow referred scathingly to citations by the state from Blackstone and said it was a a disgrace to try to Force practices of the dark Ages upon the present Day. A we Are asking this court to save these boys said or we were afraid to a and we did plead guilty because we were afraid to submit this Case to a jury. We were helpless in the face of prejudice against Money and Ionics murder was cruel instead of being the most cruel murder in the history of blinds jurisprudence the killing of Bobby Franks is one of the least cold i blooded or. Dauw said. Cruelty j causing i to the victim was the Standard to wonder if applied a who was dead within fifteen minutes after he got into the he said. A the suffered very Little probably did not know what the crime was without motive without purpose and without sense and or. Harrow said in ridiculing the states theory that the $10,000 Ransom Money was the motive. Quot nonsense a exclaimed or. Dar Row. A the most they could show equal to a King to Napoleon to Christ or even god almighty a said or. Bacitracin a the need not say he is equal but if he acts As of he believes himself in that exalted sphere it is evidence of a paranoiac crowds want to hear Barrow the strict orders on admission to the hearing made it a hard task for even accredited news writers to win admission to the Nathan Leopold jr., Richard Loeb proceedings today. The corridors and Ante rooms were jammed with would be spectators armed with All sorts of credentials but none j of them was Good until after the bailiffs had combed the assemblage of a friends of the judge or Quot friends of att 0 ?ys.�?� \ Ien the common folks and newspapermen were finally allowed to Start it needed Only three minutes to fill the remaining seats. Court was to minutes late in opening. The Magnet was the Prospect that Clarence s. Darrow Veteran chief counsel for the defense Mir it get started on his Long awaited plea to save his Youthful clients from death on the Gallows. He was scheduled to follow Walter Bachrach Junior defense counsel who yesterday started the final inning of the defense with an argument designed to make Plain the object of the defense in offering a mental disease Short of a mitigating circumstance. Arms meet to wait till Dawes plan operates president Coolidge says reparations Are Paramount world problem Europe a peace first fear of invasion and attack must precede arms limitation he a a a alienist says my soon to lose his mind los Angeles calif., aug. 22.�? death on the Gallows or the living death of paralysis and total dementia were the two portraits of despair held out today to kid Mccoy once Dapper Prince of the prize ring by the District attorney who expects to convict him of the murder of mrs. Theresa w. Mots. Here aug. 12, and by the alienist whose testimony defense attorneys Hope will Aid them to escape the noose. An alienist sent into Mccoy a cell by defense attorneys reported last night that even if he were innocent of the crime he would fall victim within three years to Complete paralysis and total dementia. According to the alienist or. Cecil Reynolds. Mccoy is without question suffering from Paresis a form o do Mentia due to organic changes of the brain and brought on in his Case by excessive addiction to alcohol and a blood infection of Long standing. Biggest flood tearing Way to Peoria today was that two years before the crime answered tomorrow when the planet will be on its friendliest terms with the Earth in 120 years. This is the opinion expressed by Harold Jacoby professor of astronomy at Columbia University in an article in the new York evening Post. One of these boys lost $00 at Bridge to the other. Or. Darrow said the crime was Quot the senseless act of prematurely diseased children wandering around in a he dark in a Way we cannot a i done task mercy for the boys a said or. Darrow. Quot your Honor can be As strict in the letter of the Law As you please and not hang these boys. For. Back of the statutory Law is the Law of Justice and of humanity and in that statute is the Law of be i Choice of Peoria Iii., aug. 22.�?the greatest flood in the history of spoon River Valley is tearing its Way through Fulton county today wrecking nearly every Wagon and Railroad Bridge in its path destroying farm buildings drowning livestock and devastating thousands of acres of crops. Flood Waters nine feet higher than any in history threaten to sweep away the last remaining Railroad and Wagon Bridge connecting this City with Galesburg and Points West near Seville. Hundreds of Farmers forewarned of the Wall of water sweeping Down the Valley Are fleeing to the Hills with their household effects Many of them in rowboats. George Douthit once of Mitchell is dead today Sioux Falls s. D., aug. 22�?george r. Douthit Veteran South Dakota insurance Man and prominent in Charity and fraternal work and politics in the state for Twenty years died today at his Home Here. He was Active during the world War in red Cross and Liberty loan activities and later in belgian Relief work. He was 50 years of age. Or. Douthit was a former resident of Mitchell. O Plymouth vt., aug. 22.�? up a president Coolidge regards the final settlement of the reparations problem As the Paramount world problem and until the Dawes plan is finality put into operation he docs hot consider the time appropriate for the calling of another arms conference. Fear of invasion and attack must be removed from the relations Between european nations he feels. Likewise or. Coolidge thinks inquiries of foreign nations As to their War debts duo this country should await Complete settlement of the reparations problem. Mitchell Man freed of murder of ferryman Springfield s. D., aug. 22.�?tem Mcgoni Delck ferryman across the Missouri River Here was found dead in his Home on the Edge of the River yesterday with a Bullet through his head. A Coroner s jury last night unearthed evidence indicating that Mcgoldrick had been shot outside his cottage and his body dragged in after the shooting hut was unable to throw further Light on the slaving neighbor living some distance away testified that they heard from five to eight shots wednesday night. Police last night arrested William Smith of Mitchell s. P., who had been operating a confession stand of a Celebration at Tyndall but he was released after convincing officers he Kenw nothing about the crime. He was said to have been the last person seen by neighbors with Mcgold Rick. No definite clues remain of. Fires declare. Mccomrick was about 50 years of age and unmarried. He had operated a ferryboat across the River Here for Many years and lived in a Shack of rough lumber on the River Edge. Funeral services will he held today. goal search is Wonfor Thauan two Amy aviators negotiate 825 Miles to tip of Greenland u. S. Scouts sent out Navy planes Are East of Cape Farewell for Lieut. Locatelli aboard u. S. S. Richmond on patrol Between Iceland and Greenland aug. 22.�?op a rear Admiral Thomas p. Magnifier has ordered the United states cruisers Richmond and Raleigh and the destroyer Barry to make a search East of Cape Farewell Greenland for Lieut. Locatello italian aviator who accompanied the american around the world fliers. The search will be made by Means of the planes carried by the cruisers for scouting purposes and will be continued indefinitely. Americans Roach objective Reykjavik Iceland aug. up a the american army world fliers have negotiated the hazardous hop from Iceland to Greenland arriving safely tonight at Frederiks dal their goal near Cape Farewell on the Southern tip of the Greenland coast. Lieutenant Lowell Smith commander of the flight landed at 6 10 p. Rn., and Lieut. Erik Nelson at 7 15. The airmen left hero at 8 15 of clock this thursday morning. No word has been received As to the Landing of the italian aviator Lieut. Locatelli who accompanied them on the flight. Admiral Magruder is preparing to Send out a general alarm if Laca Telli is not found soon. It is believed by some of the officers of the Richmond that the italian aviator May have proceeded to in Ighut. Instead of halting at Frederiks dal. May go on today on Board u. S. Lawrence Indian Harbor Labrador aug 21.-�?vfi�? wireless advices received aboard the Lawrence this evening indicated the american army world fliers planned to continue on from Frederiks dal to in Ighut on the West coast of Greenland tomorrow Friday. From in Ighut it was stated the aviators expect hop off sunday for Indian says Dawes plan product of imperialism Paris France. Aug. 22.�? up a communist Leader Marcel Carbin interpellation a Premier Herriot at this mornings session of the chamber of deputies on the London reparations Accord declared Fiat a Dawes represents american imperialism in a most j Farewell de try Harbor. Lieutenants Smith and Nelson according to the message arrived at Fredriks dal late in the afternoon in a dangerous fog. No information had been received Here of Lieut. Locatelli tho italian aviator who flew from Reykjavik with the americans in this own plane. The danish islands of Jolk reported j hearing a plan flying North of i Fredriks dal. Flow through rain Reykjavik. Iceland. Aug. 22.�? up a the american round the world fliers winging their Way yesterday afternoon and evening from Reykjavik Iceland to Frederiks dal Greenland where they arrived last night passed the United states Cruiser Richmond and the United states destroyers Reid Billingsley and Barry on scheduled time according to a Massage from the Barry. Weather conditions in the Early stages of the flight were favourable with Good visibility and a helping wind but As the airmen neared Cape at the Southern tip of direct personal and Concrete Fash Greenland they had to Cut. Their Way i jut the London International conference imposed the Dawes plan Quot with Force and some economic evacuation begun Brussels Belgium aug. 22.�? up a Belgium a economic evacuation of the Ruhr which a preliminary step to the military evacuation began today when m. Hannecart at the head of a belgian technical delegation left Dusseldorf charged with the task of liquidating All the belgian civil services. Communist upset Reich Stag Berlin Germany. Aug. 22.�? a a the Reich Stag assembled this afternoon to hear Chancellor Marx a statement on the recent London conference Birt owing to communist disorders the head of the government was unable to speak. The session Waad Bachrach blames paranoid Chicago. Aug. 22.�? a a that Nathan Leopold jr., and Richard Loeb have paranoid personalities was the direct statement made today to judge John r. Caverly by Walter Bachrach. One of the attorneys who Are trying m. Quad Dies new York aug. 22.�?charles b. I Enjo 82 Well known As a humorist journey until o p. Rn., after common under his pen name of m. Quad died 1st Schwarz had been suspended in Brooklyn yesterday it was Learned i Twenty sittings. Herriot wins test vote for Barry reporting today. Today a Bas Ebai i ten ton he wrote Quot it is to save from the Gallows the admit not possible to hold out much Hope j ted murders of Robert Franks. Settled at Pittsburgh Benton and Smith. Brooklyn he also intimated that those Chicago to join with him in entirely remove j that the question will be settled it j or. Bachrach devoted much of his Jug the a ten Issue from the Field of argument to an analysis of the med political debate. Then he went on to argue that if1 ical testimony asserting that the or. Davis said these matters Quot must j Mars were inhabited a by living Crea i prosecutions alienist had taken Annot be permitted to divert the at lures More or less resembling our j sufficient Opportunity to study the of the Public from the vital National league Boston. Too too 000�?0 too to of Neil oox�?3 Cooper and Tures i selves. Not necessarily in physique youths questions now before them a and add unit a personal appearance but at least observations had been made with the Grimes and Taylor 010 0 ____101 i Blake and cd hat the klan Issue had no proper in the Possession of intelligence idea of stopping a defense based upon when i part a thi8 or any other Campaign they Long since probably would have Legal insanity and therefore failed to philae Quot phia of Farrell. Nominees Declar in All his assertions de to photograph him in the i the democratic a a Hart it a re uniform in which hellion with Rupert to the klan a theatrically dirty native. He raid prepared after his arrival Here and j was made at the conclusion of his set it was i address. The second of his Campaign. Yes it Margaret might not like excuse. Quot but if she says a Al be All wit it her sister Lucille. Peggy re was at the Ritz in Antic City. She was called on Ang distance Telephone. Want Money. I want Money for p thing t give you was her an a a for crying out loud what Are doing Down in Farmville no. Can t have any pictures a her last husband Cost her $10,000 to Nln a few weeks she aver re by and girls of Peggy childhood i Irville also refused to permit futures to be taken. We do not care to be connected Peggy said weather forecast North Dakota fair tonight and saturday not much change in. Temperature. South Dakota fair tonight and saturday somewhat warmer tonight. Lineal temperatures maximum and minimum tempera unless j Tures from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a in. Today a recorded by the official government thermometer maximum is minimum 50. At 8 a. In. Today 63. Of Joyce s stories they the number of pupils enrolled in put in High schools in the United increased from 1,156,905 in to 2.181,216 in 1b20. Established communication with the take into consideration symptoms Earth they would have succeeded which would show a mental disease in this he believes because of the Short of insanity. Martian Superior intelligence due or. Bachrach quoted testimony give to the far greater age of their plan j in by or. Hugh t. Patrick a state it. And As a consequence of their j alienist on Cross examination. To Rar a prove his Point As to the character of it is the widely accepted opinion j the states investigation. He followed among astronomers that Mars j this with quotations from a Book not inhabited by beings resembling i written by doctor h. Douglas Singer Earth humans. Prof. Jacoby Declar Jand William o. Krohn other state alienist. From this volume he read thinks radio signals impossible j symptoms of paranoia and pointed out Washington. A. Aug. 22�?a that these had All been found in the heavy atmospheric shield encasing defendants by the lengthy Examina Ati Wingo. Ring Wingo Ooi too of 30 and Wilson Donohue and a # the Earth and through which radio signals cannot penetrate would prevent radio communication with Mars of it were otherwise possible in the too 030 .030 002 Bossier american league Detroit. New York. Wells. Holloway and Jones and Selling Cleveland Aoi Ooi 200�?4 to 2 Boston .200 too 12x�?5 14 3 Coveleskie and Myatt Ferguson Ross and of Neill. St. Louis too too 014�? 6 16 4 tons of the defense alienist. Philadelphia. 720 300 iox�?13 17 evidence of paranoia Davis Lyons Pruett. Grant and a we do not claim that these boys i Severeid Collins Rommel and Brug Are stupid or do not know where they j by. Weather and roads Mitchell Clear 63 roads Good. Sioux fails Clear 61 roads Good. Pierre Clear 56 roads Muddy precipitation ,52, Aberdeen Clear 46 Road i precipitation to. Opinion of scientists at the Bureau of i Are a said or. Bachrach. But that the fact they Are of High intelligence and do realize it Are. Taken in connection with the other circumstances evidence that they Are or. Bachrach named Loeb use of wrong premises in his logic and Leopold a delusions of grandeur and holding himself a super Man As the chief corollary facts. A Par an Lac May consider himself standards. Or. To Dellinger chief of the radio laboratories of the Bureau made it Plain however that the Bureau s theories have in no Way been conclusively proven and he expressed the opinion that scientists everywhere should make the most of tonight a Opportunity to study Mars la every Poa Eible Way. I Letcher reinstated new York City. Aug. 22.�?arthur Fletcher manager of the Philadelphia nationals who was fined Hoo find indefinitely suspended by president John Heydler for an attack on Umpire Pfirman at Philadelphia aug. 12, was reinstated today and will be eligible to participate in today a game at Cincinnati. to charged that the americans j through a Mist and a dazzling rain. The Mist they apparently missed the United states Cruiser Raleigh which was stationed off the Cape and which reported that she had not sighted the fliers. Soe by four vessels previously the Richmond. Reid. Billingsley and Barry had sighted them passing each ship on scheduled time and flying Low so As to receive the Benefit of the cushioning effect of the water. Lieut. Locatelli who had flown to Reykjavik from Pisa Italy in order to accompany lieutenant Smith and Nelson across the Atlantic was using a faster plane than the americans and in the earlier stages of the flight yesterday had outdistanced his companions. A later dispatch from the declared that the Flash the arrival at Frederiks dal of Lieut Quot Lowell h. Smith and Lieut. Erik la Nelson did not mention the arrival of Lieut. Locatelli. The italian aviator who was accompanying them. Saved under dangerous condition battling a dense fog Over the last few Miles of their perilous trip and feeling their Way towards Frederiks dal with utmost caution. Lieut. Smith and Nelson landed almost an hour apart under conditions described by the danish gunboat islands Falk patrolling off Cap Farewell As Quot extremely lieutenant Smith added to his reputation As a skillful navigator by Landing att Turc Driksna a 6 30 of clock Greenwich mean time nuns bears and fifty minutes after taking off from Reykjavik. Lieutenant Nelson landed at 7 15 of clock requiring la hours for the trip. While the hop from Reykjavik of 825 Miles was probably not the greatest performance of the world flights. It is considered a real feat because of the conditions encountered. Last night the aviators were resting at the Little fishing and trading Village of Taris France aug. up a Premier Herriot last night won Assurance of a favourable vote in the chamber of deputies defending his negation so at the London conference. The danger of the Senate taking hostile action appears Small. The chamber sustained the government by a vote of 320 to 209 in defeating a motion to refer the London Accord on the Dawes plan to a com Mission with the understanding that m. Herriot sign it first and then Par i i ardent would debate the question of j ratification later on the theory that the agreement is a new treaty outside the Versailles treaty it was Only the first step the Premier said and the months work of the experts could not be expected to re establish european equilibrium. He had brought Back however a system substituting practical methods for penalties and taking the reparations problem out of the political and placing it in the economic Field. The changes thus obtained were Frances gain. The divergences of views among i the allies after the War were increase j Frederiks dal within measurable ing so rapidly m. Herriot affirmed distance of their immediate goal that they would soon have made an i Continental America agreement impossible if the Confer-1 the flier i it Reykjavik with fuel ence had not reached a Compromise sufficient to last them 13 hours in a he mentioned the British prime Calm renditions hoping that if minister. Ramsay Macdonald several weather was perfect they might times in his declaration but Only in be Able Ott make in Ighut on the West connection with their meeting in Paris or when telling How Premier Macdonald had put pressure on him to leave the Ruhr. The ratio of school population to total population in the United states has declined from 31-3 in 1870 to 36.2 in 1320. Coast of Greenland. They get mated that they would take about to hours for the Frederiks dal hop. The weather conditions were perfect except tot the last 159 Miles. The planes were not seen by tho Crusier Raleigh stationed near Frederiks dal because of the dense to near the coast. \ t
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