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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 26, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Vol. evening Republican third edition Mitchell South Dakota saturday. August 26. 1922 number 280 convicts take nine dead British labor chief has plan to end strikes Arthur Henderson outlines ideas which he says mean Industrial peace must give up Force pm in est political Leader is g gets labor Par i a a Vint is first step of proc Ress by Milton Bronner London. Aug. 26�?th#-. Possible re in do for the continually recurring dishes and disputes Between capital a bar in democracies like America England is a parliament of Industry. This the carefully opinion of the fit Nestos says he will seek to dissolve . State Bank this fall Minneapolis. Minn. Aug 27.�?steps to dissolve th1 Bank of North Dakota will be taken at the next legislative session. Governor r a. Nestos of North Dakota informed the Minneapolis rotary yesterday. Governor Nestos declared that the Northwest a rises and Falls together a and that Minnesota at the Gateway of the Northwest is materially affected by the Prosperity of North Dakota the twin cities and North Dakota must cooperate and work together. If they do that there will be wonderful Progress for railway Parley fails Texas Campaign for Senate has humorous Side bitter personal fight Between two candidates overshadows other Issue vituperation feature Coal shortage much damage done when heavy storm sweeps Louisville compels Ford shops to close big Detroit plants suspend when fuel gives out thousands affected work stops sept. 16 both Ferguson Anh Mayfield Are careless in charges a neither brings much to Senate by National considered Hon. Arthur Menthe most skilful Leader the r. Tern British labor party has produced. A prominent Leader in the trades movement a member of Par a nmn. Secretary of the labor Parry i former member of the War a veer and the probable Premier of great Britain if the labor party wins i Al w Peru his opinions on Industrial tiny. Notably Ira to a Are always Given great Sta Mark Sullivan political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican Ami the new. York evening a Post certain roads and mines May Washington d a. Aug 26 copy be placed i Der Federal right 1122 by the Mitchell evening c Ontko Republican and the new York even ing Post a if you could ignore the Louisville by. Aug 26�?estimates i i today of damage caused by a series. Of wind. Electrical Hail and rain storms that swept Kentucky placed i the loss at More than $1,600,006 i houses were a roofed. Silos and i barns destroyed and growing crops heavily damaged. One Man was killed when his Home was wrecked by a falling Church Steeple and thirteen others were injured. The heaviest damage was reported from Henry and Shelby counties j where a Tornado destroyed tobacco and Corn Over a wide area and in i i roofed Many houses. All Bridges of j i the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company Between Campbellsville and j Greensburg were reported washed away during the Cloud burst. Fugitives without surrender firing shot other industries my Pollow Slit a la Bim \ workers get wage increase Lynching threatened weak from Lack of food surviving outlaws quit cold first Bullet from Deputy a gun wrecks car and kills negro prisoners kept closely guarded when threats Are made by associated press leased wire Chicago. 111 aug. 26�?the ninth somber aspect of it. T e spectacle of j the democratic party in Texas try week of the Railroad strike began ing to determine which is the less unto Day with peace negotiations col desirable of two candidates for unit lapsed. President Harding is coned states senator the situation which j sidelong Steps to place certain Road makes it almost certain that the next and Anthracite Coal mines under fed Texas senator will be either an in eral control. Train wrecks and fur reached sex governor. Or the favorite ther trouble with train Crews con of the Kun flux klan if you could on the Chicago and forget All that and keep your mind Alton i of the spectacular and humorous As j Mobile and Ohio Railroad officials 1 a ctr of it. In that Case. You might Mitchell Coal situation is growing seher one dealer ref Tes Sti Ort age scarce saas Price a ont go up very Aik ii there May be a temporary Rise in Are investigating last nights at a several persons in View of recent Coal and Railroad r we in England and similar conditions in the United states. T asked in whether there was any possible injured the engine and seven coaches inventive of such troubles melt the rails when the train hit a Tup problem of Industrial in half open switch. Officials Foli win j Henderson Quot All Quot has a been i in investigation declared the Switzen Rowine More acute during went As thrown half Way and locked in. To. There can be no question of i a deliberate attempt to wreck the hip worker surrendering their right train. The a Whistler wreck was the a Jap bin it is a weapon that i second of the Day on the Mobile and should not be used lightly or rashly. Ohio the first occurring near Mer \ stoppage of Industry should take diam four members of the train Crew until every Pacific Means of were injured. The cause of the wreck wreck get a 8�od Deal of fun out of this i the a it race 0f coat in Mitchell by a settlement has been sex remained undetermined used the fifth dynamite no of a passenger train at a Hitler Texas contest which comes to an end ala., in which several persons were i amur it a it Angus of the two men decidedly the More picturesque the one with the More s forceful personality is the impeached sex governor. Ferguson. Ferguson. In the words of a personal letter from a local observer is Quot one of those sweaty smelly Fellows who lives right Down on the ground with the common folks and knows How to speak their Mayfield i dry Ferguson s opponent. Earle May j a life the explosion. I believe that Force in Industrial of is by whomsoever it nay be pm aimed is As futile in the Long run As Force in International affairs. Peaceful Progress possible i believe it is possible to Advance to higher stages of Industrial organist on by peaceful processes As i am convinced it is possible to attain higher level of International without recourse to War. Industry requires a truce to conflict the workers cannot continue definitely the victims of severe unemployment. A min tar Atlon. Low v Ages Domestic distress and Socia wretchedness. A in my judgment the first step towards economic recovery and a betterment of the workers conditions of a be lies in the creation of some form of machinery capable of investigating re dealing with the problems common to All sections of Industry which Irp the Root cause of Industrial unrest and conflict. A ooh a body is to be found in the establishment of a parliament of in a a str representative of employers. Workers and the Community s in to crap to to q nc4 Only desirable but Essen to Al that such a parliament should a me into existence not on the Initia to of the government but on the a it Uia Tive of Trade unions and a a a a though a i i vers organizations. It should be wag prs Independent body without at % r it be deemed advisable later to a deemed advisable lat a to recognition by the suite and to e a in Powers defined by legislation by h element should have equal elation and a free to Dot or a v own methods of appointing j its Rar Senta Tives. Would Vici Progress. Quot a Industrial parliament would i pro. I mouthpiece by which new ideas an be expressed and an Organ pm which their practical a Ilion to Industry can be worked our Corr. Of the questions of a Gen j or a a meter to which it might did a attention would be the eau of the worker in Industry in trance by Industry workmen s Corn. Run the Standard of life Asaf it a by wages and hours working r and ions. Holidays Industrial Faut i a a Hygiene investigating new -7-., devising better methods of a in Gatior. Dealing with unemployable under employment. And til be Nten Ance of the compulsory Idle or i Yri Ijeh 3 w by h and mf1 St us j r securing for the workers an add a share in the proceeds of in and for inaugurating a Multi of desirable reforms could scrutinize and All legislative i Field is running on a dry platform of the two and a Good Deal of the Burden of Fer Days on t he Atlantic coast line i ail j Gusona a charges consists of eloquent Way occurred at Fis Weir Crk Neir an it i ingenious variations of the All. Most grades of fuel will be sold during the comping Winter at approximately the same Price As last . According to statements from local Coal dealers today. A companies in need of Coal Are paying and Price to or it now saj<1 rok1 r plume operations. E. A. Reed manager of the local Branch of the Thompson Yards today. A but production will Start again in a few Days and i Don t believe the re will be any trouble this Wanter in supplying Coal. Anthracite Coal May be hard to get but there will he plenty of soft soft Coal plentiful by associated press encased wire Detroit. Mich. Aug. 26.�?the Ford motor company plants at Highland Park. Dearborn and River Rouge suburbs will close Down september 16. Because of Lack of Coal it was announced by Henry fori today. The suspension we ill affect upwards of r0.- ooh workers in the three plants and indirectly several Hundred thousand others throughout the country. Assembly plants of the Ford company throughout the country also will be closed it was said bringing the number affected by the suspension to approximately . Material flow by i pod concerns that Supply the Ford com i Pany with material were notified today to Stop shipments. Explaining the order to close the plants or. Ford said that by september 16, the company a Reserve Stock of fuel will have been exhausted completely and of % efficient fuel will be left to keep the furnaces and ovens warm. he said a we will close Down the entire Plant on i september 16 Quot asked when a hoped the plants or. Ford declared he had Dot the remotest idea. The Coal situation has become or. Ford declared a for the lat several a pcs we have seen a situation approaching which Weed would fore us to close. Every Way we turned we were confronted with a situation that under the prs Murdo. S a aug 26-�-the fugitive shots Teel and King who were rid Sioux Falls convicts have been taken ing in the rear seat returned the fire one is dead and one wounded the while Foreman taking be wheel at capture was effected five Milos from tempted to get out of Range of the the town of Wall in Pennington posse men county without a shot being fired by driving at Breakneck Speed the the bandits. Convict car headed Auto a reverse the dead Man is Coffee the negro. I curve without slackening Speed and the wounded Man is Joe Foreman turned Over amid a Shower of Hul the Leader of Tho gang the Man who lets engineered the sensational escape from the state s prison and who led the Gong for nine Days in a Chase which went through Iowa. Nebraska and much of Western South Dakota. Hundreds loin Pursuit the capture occurred late yesterday afternoon and was participated in by nearly 1.000 people. The town of Wall looked like an armed Camp after the men had been taken. Hundreds of heavily armed Farmers ranch men officers and others filled the restaurants and streets. The posse which finally overtook the convicts was headed by Deputy sheriff Avilton a state officer. The Chase which had broken off when the Quartetti slipped out of the Agenda. Neb., territory thursday was picked up again yesterday morning when the convicts so Jipp sheriff Babcock and states afford a Parrish As the dust cleared away Foreman. Teel and King extricated themselves from the wreckage and headed for a. F Cornfield firing As Rev ran and from the Corn Field made their Way to i j Small Patch of Timber. Where apparently they intended making a last i stand. King nearly Anni the Murdo Iii a succeeded in surrounding the wooded Patch and Oah i Linen tile fugitives to surrender. Tei and Foreman walked out with their bands above their Heads while King refusing to surrender shot his was Over a Hill and Down n draw in Ennington county Deputy sheriffs who were in the Vicinity and heard tile firing were speeding to the Ald of the Murdo men when King was t sighted going into the draw. Both ends of the Gully were cover a and. When he found himself surrounded Fie near Murdo from that moment the gave up the tight. Fate of the convicts was sealed led by sheriff aah Ilson the Chase closed in. The fugitives were finally overtaken on the Road North of Wall. The posse opened fire. Sheriff Wilson s first shot struck coff the at present a Here is practically no it handling of Coal there would Nev Jacksonville. Fla., where an attempt i cation that while his opponent May a hard Coal in Mitchell by there is a was made to blow up a Bridge. Toe i a Public prohibit Komst. He is not a pm Ofui suppl of sop Coni at the explosion occurred just after a Pas a private allegations ,11h prevailed Hist . I ii Senger train bound for Tampa Cross about participation in a poker game1 Nois Road i55 so a Ling a h12 a ton and de the trestle the damage was said also figure in All of Ferguson s to have been slight. Two other to Ains speeches and he has a Long Story passed Over the Bridge shortly ofter about an occasion of which the sin negro in the Temple and he topple against foremen who was Dri >p1es Vinejr investigation of the overturned car showed that the men veer Quot armed with shotguns in addition to the Rifle which they carried one of Whin was a 3&Quot-30 while the other. Were of a make used by the government. The falling body of the negro struck Foreman s Arm. Jarred the steer for a Heck and the convicts car whirl a Parrish will recover says his physician fullness and the pertinence to a candidacy for the United states Senate is not wholly apparent to the Reader Distant from the scene an occasion Back in 1915 when his opponent a Kentucky Coal at $15 the Supply being sold by most dealers in the City was purchased before the present shortage so the Price has not Ben forced up. Since the soft 4roal miners Are going Hack to work at the Sam wages paid last year dealers say there i cording to the allegation went swim no possibility of a decrease in the Ming in the san Gabriel River without any clothes on not Only went in j swimming hut also went Galu Phing j up and Down the Banks and even in the adjacent Fields thereto a i am not going said Ferguson a to let this Little up Start Sprat lecture me on morality on another occasion As reported in the Dallas news Ferguson said of his opponent his opponent s name is Earle Mayfield and Ferguson always Calls him by his first name i will Tell you we hat i think of Earle and i hop the newspaper i boys her will get it and print it. I i think he is the most Conte Tihle. Low Noar Down. Stinking Little hypocrite that a so Ever born a Only Chaste examples in. Replying to this sort of a a a cd Mayfield has seemed at on time or probably recover a1 another to a pot merely of two in a critical condition minds but of several minds at first Estig easily at noon today he said a was going to ignore in a two charges from a Shotgun were had the air of being shocked and fired at Parrish at close rang his pained a Friend and foe alike a. He neck and shoulder Are peppered with said. A admit that i have conducted shot from one of the discharges. The cleanest Cim pain that has Ever while the other took effect in the Sid been conducted in Texas a a never of his head. A Ray pictures were Tak had been a mud Slinger and he in last night to locate the shot would t begin now mrs Parrish accompanied her Hus i not very elevating band to Mitchell and is with him at a Isnit very elevating but there it the Hospital.1s comp uses five sixths of a1 there is to a Campaign to name a i la United states senator from a very i great state of real issues such As there Are. Mayfield when he in t of Are All up on Sal at Man wounded by outlaws brought to Mitchell Hospital for treatment so ates attorney Martin l Parrish of Jones county who was shot by the escaped Sioux Falls bandits Stamford yesterday morning was brought to a Mitchell Hospital last night. Or w. R. Ball who is in charge of the Case said today that Parrish will Price of Liny Coal but Liev at Tern a ing to avoid Stop Kin the expensive Coal now for the great lakes docks Little delay exit Oft Ltd Many cities of the country Hove experienced p startling increase in be left to keep the oven the Price of Coni by local dealers warm say this is due to the heavy demand from factories and other industries using Coal. Delay in shipment a net Troub Ling dealers particularly on local Yard received two carloads of Kentucky coals last week which had come through from the great Lake docks in five Days two Noie Cai loads Are on the Way and Are sex pee cd to arrive at once. Or he a Tim when we would have enough Coal to opera the several departments of the Plant simultaneously a therefore decided that of necessity we must close Down sooner or use. 3,800 tons daily the shutdown or Ford added conies at a time a when we Are doing a better business than Ever before in our j act drama began. Til Normal daily Coal consumption throw Awny their guns of the Ford industries a re is 3.5aa although the convicts took a Rifle tons officials of the company a and a shot gun into the Corn Field dined to estimate the exact amount with them. They threw their guns of fuel on Bend but declared the away in the first moment of flight. Company engineers held that by sep thoroughly cowed by til presence tember 16 it would i e reduced to the of so Many enemies and weakened Creighton operator gave in Al tip to pm rus ers rapid City. S a aug. A 6 a Refus f rom the Road anti into a ditch. The a1 of a Boatman to Tak them across bandits leaped from the machine and the Cheyenne River at Pedro s Ran into a ragged Corn Field along j and Quick work of a Telephone oper the Road Side. It was but the work Ator at Creighton in notifying pop up of a moment before scores of cars men were mainly responsible for the arrived on the scene and the final rapture of three of the convicts who Point where Only suffix tent Coal would and boilers Dis missing the recent installation a Oil burners in the Ili gland Birl Plant they said the undertaking a inter do in Foith machine Simps and was Dot feasible fit other of the Plant Federal Coal Rill blocked of Nat delays action hearings Mav be demanded by democrats Irv aah Ashington. D a. Aug 26 a action on the administration Bill designed to prevent profiteering in Coal through Extension of the Powers of the interstate Commerce commission and creation of a Federal fuel Dis j Tri Hutton Agency was blocked today j in the Senate interstate Commerce committee and the whole subject went Over to monday. J chairman Cummins of the commit advis tee who introduced the measure de proposals affect dined to disclose the situation in the dust re As a whole and it should j committee hut senator Pomerene. Idy if its services were required. Democrat. Ohio declared several in a mediator capacity in re members were insistent or having f Industrial disputes that might hearings and that a was Nide it d might also hav Powers of both mine owners and workers would non and a Abl to submit agreed be Given an Opportunity to express Bills to Cut copied with replying to Ferguson s charges talks a Good Deal about regulating the railroads and re dung freight rates. Independent observers say however that there in t much Merit in this Issue and that Mayfield s treatment of it includes a Good Deal of demagogy ingenious or disingenuous. Kernels grab state league Pennant again thrice champions to be Given Token of fans regard at sunday g ame Forest fires Are dwindling state troops demo in Zep cold weather and rain it Heck i i Amin by associated press i Tea a Daviro St. Paul. Minn. A in 26.�? demobilization of nil stat troops called out for fire fighting duties was ordered this morning by governor j. A. O. Breus upon his return to the state Capitol from Duluth adjutant general Rhinow said he said that a majority of the troops would by demobilized today. Fires dwindle so. Paul. My in aug. 26 a although the fir in Northern and Central Minnesota Are a a pulled Down and not fir fighters will a kept j on the areas Una ii the situation is entirely Clear of danger. A t Cox stat forester announced today upon a his return from that District. The Rains and the prompt work of Forest rangers and fighters brought senator Pepper t1hvk< coat settlement near base it it ii in res a wire philae Opplt. I. Aug 26 a belief tha the Anthracite wage i Spur would be settled amicably without government of the t Oil mines was expressed today by i n i t of St yes senator George Wharton Pepper who was understood to represent the administration in its efforts to bring about another confere fee of operators and miners the senator had just talked by Telephone to Secretary of Commerce Hoover in a Ash ton 4 a Hile i can make no definite for a said senator Pepper a until i have had the Sam Opportunity for a conference with the operators As i yesterday had with John i Lewis and Phillip Murray president and vie president respectively of the United min aah orders of America i be no in sup Rhi obstacle to amicable Agre Tricot i am distinctly hopeful the disputants will find a was to avoid government seizure or Lewis a d there was no Chang in the situation so far As the mine workers were concerned Samuel d a a Arrin a. Spokesman for the operators was out of the City. Escaped August 7 from the Sioux Falls Penitentiary and the killing of the fourth it became known today As additional details of the sensational Hunt reached Here today two the convicts. Joe Forman Bader of the quartet and to Tori were in jail at Murdo and the a Bird j. B King is on his was to the Penitentiary a Sioux Falls by Lack of food the a were unable the fourth. Henry Coffee Niegro drive a put up a fight. Avilton. However or of the convicts car. Was killed and in Orang of the fact that the men had Fiji body taken to Murdo Foreman rown a was their weapons Contin was wounded in the foot but will re i firing and finally a show struck cover it was said today is fleeing Foreman below the knee Pursuit Clos in i d a Fen from the time Frida morning Keg and tee seeing the Fate of when they overpowered three officers their Leader stopped running threw As of Stamford seriously wounding up their band and called to the states attorney m i. Parrish. And officers that they surrendered stealing his car. The Trail of the four ending is tame convict s by North and West than the capture of the bandits was Maori ties commandeered All Telephone tame compared to so Manv of the we res n in managed o incidents which punctuated their i reckon the movements of flight sin a week ago thursday officers following them and knowing the desperate character of the fugitives. Finally expected them to put up a bloody Batt when they once were cornered but a two Day diet of Field Corn had so undermined the strength of the men that they had no More heart for the flight and the blood planning to or they had already shed was resting Bridge re a heavy on their Heads they stopped a Creighton for Gas i ast night after the Cape ure be olm and Oil at a filling station in Cam generally known there was from of the Telephone Ofle the of considerable talk of Lynching the i Erato immediately broadcast news of shooting of Parrish Babcock and the convicts arrival and several pos Robertson. A a put a sheriff at so am yes started for 1 Reighton the escaped prisoners passing through the sparsely settled country to of East of nere Tho convicts gained the River at Pedro a re the hoax Man refuse to them across declaring that the River was too Swift a a his Point after making futile attempts to it across the convicts stared for Waita Over tech even a 20 percent increase in a Ages is Given miners Birmingham. Ala. Aug 26�?aa�?Tags of Mal miners in the Alabama Field will be increase Twenty percent sen temp a 1. According to announcement Bere today following a meeting a i Ford Early yesterday bad roused the temper of the people in the Western country and officers in charge of the Pursuit became alarmed a a result the prisoners were separated King was brought to Murdo last night and i he in fhe county Tail the wounded Foreman and Teel and King were kept in the country at some secret i place tinder a heavy guard this i morning they were brought into Murdo under guard sheriff aah Ilson was i in charge of this guard. Taken Back to prison Warden Jamieson notified of the pursuers headed by Deputy sheriff Wilson a re soon Clos in the Trail and a Pule and half South of Creighton Cam within Rifle Range of the fleeing desperadoes Coffee Kihm in Tamb a bulbs from Wilson s gun so Ruck Coffee in the head. Killing him instantly and causing the r u to go into it ditch it other the men were thrown out and ran or cover to a nearby Cornfield Foreman was Sho in the foot and fell the Cornfield was surrounded and Al the surrendered Teel the last Man captured begged his companions to Shoer him rather the fires under a absolute Quot control and which practically Nui Dine pro Perth in the stat was said to have been rep recent cd Twenty six thousand we be affected by the increase it was stated the increase applies to All Furnace mines As Well As other properties r r today baseball a m Eric a n be Agee Gam land. I. By rain. A Ain and Oneill Collins and Rul. Their views on the proposal before there was final action. No of Baba Dies in convulsions special to the Republican Scotland. S. D. Aug. 26.�?the in Tan child of or. And mrs. Emil Kirsehman of Utica who was suffering with whooping cough was seized with convulsions and did while the parents were in their car parked in front of a local store Friday afternoon. Thrice champions once More the Mitchell kernels have carried off honors in the Dakota stat Bagne. By winning yesterdays Gam from the he liners the Mitchell club cinched its position to the first rung in the league ladder that b if the standings of the local unless a continued dry spell and heavy wind conies up the situation is termed As a a favourable a the forester said. Amateur Pitcher spi its Arm Bone in throwing Ball capture of the bandits i Eft the a in than let it officers a in Bim ten Virv last Rugh and was do to Are rive her this morning. The a or bandits and the remains of Coffee will be taken Back to the Sioux Falls institution sometime today. Sheriff s car close to bandits All Day Friday Murdo. S in. Aug 26�?on or it was explained and was expected to Sjon of the last drive of the fugitive Speed what was declared to be an already rapid recovery from Industrial depressions the meeting was attended by More than too operators representing the membership not Only of the Alabama Coal operators inst Tut but of nearly All properties not represented in Anderson s c., aug 26�?j Ralph Ballantine pitching in an Amateur that organization Gamt Between Broadway and Eureka convicts tells How sheriff a it Tson kept Clos on their Trail All Day Long parsed them twice and finally Lay in ambush for them and held them up in True Highway style. The version follows the car which finished the Long Chase to capture the escaped con est ape and flight Avys prisons big sensation to was a week ago last thursday that the four com vet it. Foreman. King t1 and Coffee engineered their sensational escape from the state Penitentiary they attacked guard Miller. Knocked him unconscious Aid locked him in a cell half killed Deputy a Arden Muchow. Knifed twin Salesman Bru szent and kidnapped a Arden George Jamieson leaving the prison the Gates of which they forced a Gat guard to open on thread of knifing Jamieson. The so Oie a car standing at the Gate of the prison the next heard from the c i feb Nan non nil�?2 to 3 new York v a 020 121 12x�?9 13 2 a right. Rayne and severe id. Mays Behan. Vela and Boston. Rain. Blunders be of r a co 300 210 Init s 15 o Belphia too too no of 6 2 a r and Schalk Heimach har Eckert. And Perkins. A Picton f a be Art and Bassier and Charr i y. 021 i 212 o Zachary n Atton Al league in 00 too too 3 9 1 Ninati Quot 02 too 10x s 7 3 to Ribhan. Mcnamar and of Neil. Gay and Hargrave. To Mokin 400 too roof la Ltd a Sharghi Oil too 22x 7 14 i de amur. Mamaux and Miller Mot a a h and Schmidt 1 a Ladelphia. A in a St of Meadows and �?o1 Hartnett. Too too of too too of Henline. Aldridge Esters too r�?Tnc�?T.nnat.010 Oeschger and Gowdy Donohue and Iraq club and the various newspapers on communities broke his Arm by Menthe circuit a Correct. The official standing of the league has not issued this week. But there is Little likelihood that there will be by a. Portent changes in the column when it is announced. Aah Ith the Bunting nailed Down for Mother year. The kernels face Jamestown today and tomorrow in the closing games of the season birkenstock who hurled a no hit no j run game at Sioux Falls thursday is expected to clash with Duff tomorrow afternoon. Keegan probably will work for the visitors today. Both hurlers a going at top form today and shout prove hard nuts for the j kernels to crack. As a Token of appreciation for the 1 work the kernels have done this year. J Mitchell fans Are today taking up a Bonus collection for the players. Do j nations to this fund will probably be turned Over to the team tomorrow the municipal band will probably be at the state league Park tomorrow and we ill play a concert before the game is started warship Wei ked la die in throwing the Ball. Attending Phy Paris. Aug. 26.�? fifteen members simians say. The muscular Effort in of the Crew of the dreadnought throwing the Ball with great Force France Are missing and it is though caused a twist in the Bon causing the vessel will be a total loss As a Reft split like break in his Arm from a ult of striking a Fork and a the Elbow to the shoulder. I today. I viols 18 Miles North of a All. Yester j convicts was from a Point ten mil5 Dav afternoon carried e b town North of Sioux Falls where they Stol weather report South Dakota partly overcast to i night and sunday cooler tonight. Washington A. Aug. 26 a weather Outlook the week beginning monday Region of the great lakes generally fair and moderate temperature but with probability of Shower i weather the last part of the week upper Mississippi and lower Mas Souri valleys generally fair and mod Erate temperature but with pro Babil t0d<wb�tunair As you suggest i Rains by Middle of Quot Eek Why is this wrong the answer will be found among baby Carriage wanted at Alpena a few Days Aero someone living in Mitchell a if a want and in the Republican advertising a baby Carriage for Sale. The advertiser just ran a phone number in his and. Overlooking the fact that the Republican want ads reach thousands of readers outside of Mitchell. Yesterday the Republican received a letter from a subscriber living in Alpena asking for the advertiser s address. A Ery few re opt a take the trouble that this Alpena subscriber did. The moral of this incident is always put your name and address in your a ant and if you want the Best results. Saturday want ads free with every 2 to 5 issues Send. Banker of Murdo. S d., a t. Wilson Deputy a a Riff of Jon. County C. Klin Pool Hall Man and Ted Hubbel. Murdo Farmer. Then men drove their car All Day. Trailing the four convicts and were very successful in dowing the Trail. Which is the More remarkable when it is remembered that the multitude a Ford car belonging to Ray Hobbs. Driving on North toward Brooks the tied Warden Jami son up and Lff him in a country Church the next morning a a Hobbs car was found deserted by the Roadside three Miles West of Crooks steel third car that san a morning another Cir a. Of wild rumours which move rapidly longing to Sidney Leo a Farmer ii from Mouth to Mouth and town to town threw dozens of cars off of Hunt. Recognized Coni jets the car carrying these men was spending toward Pedro when they met the convicts in a car returning from Pdro. Where the bandits had attempted unsuccessfully to Cross the f Cheyenne River. The pursuers recognized their men. But the outlaws did not know any of the men in the Murdo car. After the convicts had passed the Murdo men turned their car about and followed them at a distance which would not excite suspicion and in passing the Little Inland town of Creighton. Saw them taking Gas and Oil instead of stopping there the pursuers passed b with their car and stopped just Over the Hill the postmen left the machine Kline taking on Side of the Road and Hubbell and Wilson the other while Townsend hid the machine in a Short Tim the convicts car came Over the brow of the risk and the posse men commanded them to halt. Foreman who was driving the car suede up and the Rosseman opened fire convict return fire Coffee the negro fell with the fir a lug near Humboldt was stolen. The fugitive dropped their Knave mad from files and thus gave a new clue to their whereabouts. From Humboldt the Pursuit of the outlaws led southward thl of tar was found wednesday last near Springfield and posse men reported having fired on the Ron Virto As they or Crofting the Missouri air into Nebraska at this Point the Chase of the fugitives began to grow hot. Air planes or requisitioned legion in took part in the Chase machine guns a re hurried to the be and bloodhounds taken from Mitchell to track the men through the River Bottoms the Corn Fields and Hill of Northern Nebraska. The seen of re Cha now Lay in a he Ponca ind i reservation. Where Foreman a half Breed. In known to have a Host of friends i is believed that the friends Aid Pii the convicts in evading til officers. Often i is thought even impersonating the men by appearing it farm houses and asking for food. I Ive pursuers the 81ip thursday night posse men. Direct by avar Den Jamieson Mitchell and obtained machine gun. With con�4r�ud on Page a came a Browning which it Rake
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