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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 13, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol Xxxviii Mitchell s. D., tuesday december 13, 1921 number 82four nations sign Pacific pact More clues in mcnab0e crime Case discovered i suspicion of officials tightens around missing Husker clothes found Trace trip South v tit for authorities sat spurt second night after murder near Menno the next great sporting event soup stolen team j run rain to word brought from by dig Awater tills aft a noon by it Biol of police e. Of a Mitchell of arcs Snyder alleged Slayer of Patrick Moxa Hru it a Mccook county Farmer posed of the team of Moriei and Wagon be is said to have Bolero from the Mcnaboe farm it of tar tile murder. A Farmer a to chief Owens Tele a owned late yesterday afternoon to tile Bridgewater marshal. Tell big him where the team was and to whom it had been sold. Tils. Of True wrecks tile conclusion of the Moody county authorities that Snyder was making for the Missouri River Bridge at Sioux City. With the intention of driving across the River and thus reaching hts fathers Home in Nebraska. Special to Hie Republican Bridgewater dec. 3 3.�?information cared today by searchers for the Edy of Pat Mcnaboe. Believed to Ava been murdered on his farm near or Edgewater on december 5, disclosed fact that Charles Snyder who is aspect and of the crime. Was Only bitty Tryles from the scene of the k Skia on wednesday night two Days i after the supposed tragedy is thought a Ltd have occurred. Farmer furnishes clue a Farmer living seven Miles South St of Menno reported that a Man a towering Snyder a description Stop to a at his Home Over night wednesday. The Man was travelling with a am and Wagon the description of which tallied with that of the team d Wagon missing from the Mcnaboe Arm. The Wagon Box was ii a i f filled with Orn when the Man who is believed in have been Snyder stopped at the a Gnu near Menno the Farmer report some persons Are of the opinion at Snyder May have stopped to Husk a Corn in order to hide the body of his victim and that he might a a ill have been carrying Mcnabbs s a tse in the Wagon. Others believe e husked this Corn for feed for his r�5epf and that he had disposed of a he body of Mcnaboe somewhere in Vicinity of Bridgewater. No a it has been found to give con Adi Tion to the belief that Mcnaboe or Ltd was put in the James River. Continued their work to find Mcnaboe a Berlin expects big Loans from British Banks return of or. Walter Rath eau from London leads to optimistic Rumor makes report today unconfirmed reports Are to at Enlund will i Ike moratorium for German y. Liberality urged for City Charity by associated pro laced wire Berlin. Lier. 13.�?dr. Walter Rath eau. Former minister of reconstruction. Was expected to go before the economic committees of parliament today to report upon the result of his negotiations in London regarding Germany s financial situation. The fact that or. Rathenau saw a a a Noel Lor Wirth directly upon i i return yesterday and also attended the Cabinet session was looked upon Here As definitely disposing of re 1 heated statements that his London visit was purely in the interests of private Enterprise. Unconfirmed Rumor that he had returned with the Promise of a loan or the Aid of England in obtaining a moratorium for Germany resulted in tile recovery for the German Mark and foreign Exchange values were gradually beaten Down. The Dollar losing thirty pairs during the Day. Marked Selling by Many smaller firms was pointed to As indicating that they faced bankruptcy As the result of the recent fluctuations in the Mark and Spe. Elation in foreign mar sets and exchanges. Leola marshal fatally shot u. F. Berry wounds assailant in Midnight gun rattle on town streets i Ani greatly pleased to see the various organizations of Mitchell co ordinate their efforts in meeting the Charity and Relief situation this Winter. Financial depression with the resultant unemployment. Brings added misfortune to the unfortunate and creates Many new inst noes. Mitchell Homes which though possibly hard pressed r re not actually suffering for want of food Coal clothing and other necessities should take a real pleasure in giving the comparatively Small sum of Money required to handle the situation tills Winter to the credit of Mitchell. Children should be kept in school and the lot of struggling mothers made easier. Let us re member this when putting our Check or Bill in the envelope Friday morning. T. C. Burns. Reservations Are made for United states America becomes signator it Only if satisfactory Yap treaty is finished Senate must act yet document probably will not be transmitted until sometime in january Lloyd George and m. Briand to Washington English we French Prem i ers said to be planning visit to states soon sailors quit by thousands orders. Issued today permit reduction of 10,000 in u. S. Sha forc k Chile w find work so gives himself it Settle dispute. By associated press encased wire searchers continued Pinr w a a . New Lork dec. 13�?orders receive Dav. Hoping to find Mcnaboe s de today at the new Ork Navy Yard c which would provide for a reduction expect Snyders arrest. A pc a in enlistment of the personnel of sheriff Mcmahon left this morning # j United states Navy of approx bold county. Nebraska where 1 a aaa. A Der told Hie wife a going h left Home Early tuesday it la Quot a a Quot a it cancelled by Snyder s father and Broth j flu Noi the orders according to officials in he a a Ming. Be in Boyd county. The author. They would s whereabouts would have him in custody Short time. Made by the s were confident that ire definite information As to Rny by this evening and a they a Kin a a two discoveries were Quot Akers who Are covering every ref territory in the county in the re of finding some Trace of the is no men. Suitcase containing clothing he Ved to have been worn by Snyder it. He disappeared was found Sev Tulles South of Bridgewater hid a a Straw stack near Wolf Creek. Her did not buy any new clothing is believed he discarded his suit Don the one missing from the my Boe Home. A parch of the Snyder Home monday several pieces China won by mar a v a raffle some time ago. Were and. It is believed Snyder rss dishes at the Mcnaboe Eft them for his wife when he appeared. On Way to Nebraska a a he Farmer with whom Snyder is eyed to have spent wednesday get reported to the authorities that Man who mopped Al Hla Home the company opted to Bell him. Two pair of in on Mechanic a Den blankets. These blankets it is answered the description of missing from Mcnaboe n a de water hand painted in took Home at the Yard would reduce the Navy i to the numerical strength permitted i under recent appropriations of con i Gress. Approximately 2,000 men would be taken from the Atlantic Fleet a Lone. A few hours after the orders had been posted Yard officials were deluged with resignations coming from All classes of the enlisted service the drastic Cut. It was said probably would result in laying up n number of vessels and a reduction in the strength of the Crews of Many others. I _ _ Street car service in Mexico City is resumed after strike by associated press i eased wire Mexico Unity. Dec. 13.�?Street car service in Mexico City and its suburbs was resumed today the motor men and conductors voting to return to work after a Stormy session. The employees in the repair shops however will remain out for several Days further As a a passive protest against recent dismissal of a by associated press leased wire on aha. Dec. 13�?dwight Dustin also known at Walliam Smith confessed police say. After he surrendered last night that he escaped jail at Plymouth. Mass., after being sentenced by Federal court to a term in prison for robbing the Post office at Russell mass., in 1914. Dustin. Whose Home address was Given As Holyoke. Mass., told police he had been wandering about the country under the name of William Smith unable to find work and that he wanted to serve his term. New York near big labor War note Points out delay Over Tacna and Arica might Lead to difficulties Hundred thousand men May be throw v out of work As result of strikes by associated press leased wire Santiago. Ca. Dec. 13.�?the text of the note addressed yesterday by j Chile to Peru in regard to the dispute j Over the provinces of Tacna and Arica j proposes that the plebiscite provided under the treaty of Ancon be advanced so As to do away with the j necessity for maintenance of excessive military establishments. A it is True a nays the note a that the 1921 proposal postpones Celebration of the plebiscite until 1933, j but such postponement would be Equi Valent to the maintenance in Ameri i Ca of a c Ause of possible International conflicts obliging Peru and Chile and perhaps other countries to support excessive military establishments by War. We have invited the nations of this continent to dedicate their Best efforts to development of their natural i Leola. Rec. 13�?o. F. Berry marshal at Leola. 38 Miles North of Aberdeen. Was per amp is fatally wounded in a shooting fray Sziich occurred shortly after Midnight sunday. Stanley Mathis. Proprietor of a Vulcanizing shop at Leola is accused by Berry of having fired the shot. Berry was recently anointed night watchman at Leola. About Midnight sunday he saw Mathis and his wife leave the hotel in Leola. Mathis he says. Vias dressed in feminine attire and in. Mathis a dressed in Man s clothing Berry says he them. Finally flashing a Light them then he alleges. Mathis shot one of them puncturing Berry a intestines. Berry wounded a Lathis i the thigh. Berry then made his Way to the Home of an undertaken where he fell upon the floor crying. A a in a june by associate press b avd wire London. Dec. 13.�?rumors of the possibility of an Interra Tiona i economic conference in Washington which have been current Here during the last few Days. Wera the subject of comment in the London morning newspapers today. Connected with the rumours Are More or less vague reports that Premier Lloyd George and Premier Biland of France intend to go to Washington together after the French premiers visit Here next week. The daily mail claims to have received official information from Downing Street that or. Lloyd George is unlikely to go to America for some months but instead plans taking a vacation trip to Southern France after the coming parliament session. On the other hand the times said a tile suggestion is hazarded that after next week s conferences with m. Biland or. Lloyd George might not deem the moment in opportune to Lay needs of by associated press leased wire Washington. Dec. 13.�?the now quadruple treaty to preserve peace in the Pacific was formally signed today by the plenipotentiaries of the United states. Teat Britain. France and Japan. The signatures were affixed in the Ante room of the office of the Secretary of state. There was no formal ceremony and no one was present except the plenipotentiaries their secretaries and advisers. The american delegates the first to sign under an alphabetical arrangement of the Powers put their names to the document and affixed their seals a few minutes after i 1 of clock. 1st add reservations i col Page one the signing of the pact was wholly devoid of historic setting except for the portraits of a score of former secretaries of state which looked Down from the four wails of the Ante room. The Long table which usually occupies the Center of flee room had Beer removed and a smaller one put in its place. Americans sign first. The american delegates first took their places a the table and signed their names while the other delegates stood about informally chatting. There was a hum of conversation throughout. Wry Hen the americans were through they gave up their places to the British and then the French anti japanese followed in order. At the shoulder of a h As he signed stood Eddie Savoy the picturesque negro door needs of 1 keeper of the Secretary a office with the whole question a resident i blotter in hand for use on the Newl it eur s. A lib a sign slurp. Shattered Harding who for the stricken followed on fired two to in Case that the the British the motive for the shooting is unknown but Berry reiterates the belief that it was premeditated and that it was the result of an old feud. To Senate hears Rug argument additional Tariff on Iai an Ese importations demanded by m an Fautt hers. I i warmest sympathy it is believed in any conversations Between and French premiers next week will take a wider Range than German rep i rations. Senate votes Cash for War veterans Aid plea of sen Ator Ashurst of Arizona results in million Dollar gift. By press l ased wire new York dec. 13�?new York s Industrial horizon assumed a More pessimistic Outlook today. Two great strikes that would involve More than 10o.ooo men were threatened. Rumblings of wage disputes came from the Railroad maintenance of Way and shop craftsmen and the building trades. Drastic wage cuts in the building trades to be drafted tomorrow will be fought to hip utmost Union leaders declared yesterday. Railroad men stated their response to proposed reductions had been to i vote to demand a wage increase i i 7 percent. Of hero of Thierry to receive commission As major general a a a erred. E one Snyder if it were he told the farm that he had been working on Federal Road project in a qty and that he was on murderer of Iowa teacher at Large Gardner sentenced to 25 y ten ear Washington dec. 13�?brigadier general Omar Bundy a promotion to a major generalship will be made possible by the immediate retirement of brigadier general h. F Hodges after the latter assumes a major generalship upon retirement of major general j. F. Morris of fort j Oglethorpe a. General Bundy no i commanding the seventh corps area. Fort Crook. Nebr., distinguished him self As commander of the second i. Vision at chateau Thierry. Siaw of of i colonel George Van Horn Mosely in pen Wimb it it borne a brigadier general upon of general Bundy s promotion of Mccook his ways Home in Nebraska. He told the or that he had a wife and Idren. R ? less Snyder disposed of his team i Wagon he would be unable t he Missouri River at any ept Sioux City. So efforts c made to Trace him there s been found to whom he had to sell his team. By associated press life cd wire Waukon la. Dec. 13�?no clue to the murderer of Edna Magnuson. School teacher. Who was beaten to six j death late yesterday afternoon at her by associated press i cased wire Phoenix Ariz., dec. 13�?roy Gardner. Twice convicted mail robber j whose trails Here on a charge of Rob a Bing a mail car at Maricopa Ariz. Resulted in a Hung jury yesterday. School near town had been discovered this morning. Mrs. Cunda to Dale. Sheriff of Alla Makee pleaded guilty yesterday in the unit Martin j de states District court to a charge county. Compensation Bill for veterans to be. Ready in 90 Days Are be no one marshal Foch Keady to bid Farewell to America and legion Point said blood hounds v Ere taken to the scene of the crime during the morning. Weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and wednesday somewhat colder wednesday and in West and Central portions tonight. I ocal temperatures the republicans recording of attempting to Rob a mail car Here and assaulting Herman f. Inderlied. Mail clerk in charge of the car. Judge William h. Sawtelle immediately sentenced Gardner to years j in the Federal Penitentiary at Leav i Epworth. Kas. Iowa couple slain murderer disappears re it so elated press i eased wire new York. Dec. 13.�?marshal a Dinand Foch Generalissimo of Fiance will reach Here late today o say his Farewell to the Metropolis d to the United states. Is sails wednesday on the Steamer Paris for Lance. Since his arrival Here ocher 27 As a guest of the american it on. Marshal Foch has travelled Miles and visited nearly every Large City in the United states and ii. By thermometer. Monday 3 p. In. Amp 4 6 p. In. By 9 p. In. 4� 12 p. In. 40 Maxim ufos 01 minimum 31 tuesday 3 a. In. 35 at at by associated press lenses wire Decorah. La. Dec. 13�?mr. And mrs. Charles Yan Brooklin aged 21 and 18 years respectively were shot 6 a. M31 to death in their Home near Frank-9 a. In. 31 Ville sunday. The bodies were found 12 in. 46 by a neighbor. The Slayer had used a Shotgun. % of a in. 3p. In. 61 3 p. In. Tuesday. 6 a. In. Tuesday government ther by the official Rometer from noon yesterday to noon today. Maximum 63 minimum 30 a Coon 63 Indianapolis. Iud., dec. 13�?enact-i ment of the Veteran s adjusted compensation Bill will be completed by Congress within ninety Days according to information Given Hanford Macnider. National commander of the american legion by senator my Cumber author of the Bill. In the Senate and representative Fordney of Michigan. Commander Macnider wired Lemuel holies National adjutant of the legion. Chis information at the National Headquarters Here today. Boston voters go to polls in Snow Boston. Dec. 13.�?a snowy mayoralty election Day greeted Boston voters today with women voting for by associated 1/ca.scd mire Washington. Dec. 13.�?additional Tariff Protection for the american grass and Fibre making and flax growing industries was urged and opposed yesterday before the Senate finance committee. Of. A. Dammeyer and f. E. Car spar then of new York City speaking for the Rug manufacturers declared that the american Market was being flooded with japanese grass and Fibre rugs under a Low Tariff with the result that j the american Industry was being seriously injured. They said american rugs had twice the durability of the imported article. They asked for a i rate of 36 tents per Square Yard on imported grass and Fibre rugs. Opposing any increase in the tar Iff duties tin these rugs. J. M. Mcdonald of new York City representing the association of importers Ami distributors of japanese floor coverings declared that the importation of these articles was a steadily decreasing business and that at half the duties asked by the american makers no foreign grass and Fibre rugs would come into the country. Senator Ladd. Of North Dakota in urging Protection for the flax growing Industry told the committee this Industry had not flourished because it never had received a real Protection. Of the Industry is to be encouraged. He added there must he such duties As will justify tile Farmers in developing the Industry. By associated press i eased wire Washington. Dec. 13.�?told by sen 1 Ator Ashurst. Arizona that hundreds of former service men were dying of tuberculosis a Quot on the deserts of anywhere they went seeking a for disabilities resulting from i Gas attacks of the germans the Senate has voted an appropriation of a Zona cure the business of affixing the official seals had been arranged beforehand and each Delegate As he signed merely touched the or St of sealing a besides his name to formally signify that his Seal had been officially executed. U. S. Has reservations the approval of the United states was Given however subject to a written understanding with the japanese providing that the american japanese treaty regarding Yap must be consummated before the four Power arrangement is binding. Except for this reservation which is expected to be erased within a few Days by signature of the Yap treaty the new Pacific agreement requires Only parliamentary ratification by the various governments to make of effect Ive. The Tex of the american reservation follows a in Ning the treaty made this Day Between the United states of America the British Empire. France and Japan it is declared to be the understanding and intent of the signatory Powers a i. That the treaty shall apply to the mandated islands in the Pacific Ocean provided however that the a in Hollars for additional Hospi i making of the treaty shall not be million Dolf Jar ,11ild�?z which Are car deemed to be an assent on the part Tali nation. Rho. United states of America to the mandates and shall not preclude agreements Between the United states ried in the first deficiency Bill passed by the Senate would be expended by the veterans Bureau. There Are 952 former service men dying of tuberculosis on the streets of Phoenix. Arizona. Senator Ashurst i declared. He had a beseech eds the Senate appropriations committee he added to relieve the sufferings but that committee. A while agreeing to an appropriation of $1,000.0 10 for american participation in an exposition in Brazil had Omaha Coopers on strike As result of Packer trouble by assail Ted press leased wire Omaha. Neb. Dec. 13�?Coopers employed by a local cooperage Corn quit work today of America and the mandatory Powers respectively in relation to the mandated islands. "2. That the controversies to which the second paragraph of article i refers shall not be taken to embrace questions which according to principles of International Law lie exclusively within the Domestic jurisdiction of the respective Only one copy signed. Only one copy of the treat engrossed on Parchment. Was on Page in it Morse in capital to discuss his Case with u. S. Officers Pany three marines Are injured in Brawl in Cin of Nicaragua in connection i with the strike of packing Plant pm i pm Oyes. The company said they stopped work because the concerns output goes to the packers whereas Robert in. Hunter of the strike committee of the meat cutters and Butcher workmen a Union declared they quit because they objected to doing work before the strike was per the packing plants. Knot hers employed at the walked out or. Hunter which formed in gingers and Coopers also said. Conditions for the employers were a a reported by company Heads As Brig w Ash Egton. Dec. 13 three Amer Ter today. While or. Hunter said Iran marines. Sergeant Lee Henry of they were doing a very Little killing a Louisville ky., Corporal Ray Frey of and that the general strike situation private Arthur \ a regards the Union was o a Art Hage. Coffin is acquitted hot Springs. S. D., dec. 13.�?zell dates without party designation were i. Coffin of Ardmore charged with John r. Murphy endorsed by Gover manslaughter in connection with the nor Cox. Republican and mayor be death on september 3 of Ross How ters. Democrat former mayor Curley Ard. Also of Ardmore was found not Charles s. O Connor and Charles s. F in the circuit court Here. Mo., and Owen of Spokane. Wash. Were slightly wounded in the a fiesta Day Braw la of last thursday in Managua. Nicaragua reports to the Navy department today said. The clash also resulted in the kill of three native police and the Harvard invites californians to play at stadium by press leaded wire Washington. Dec. 13.�?Charles w. Morse of new York who was recalled from France by attorney general Daugherty in connection with an invest Gay a into transactions wit the shipping Board arrived Bere last i night accompanied by his son. Irwin and his attorney. Milton w. Lambert. He refused to make any statement. Or. Lambert stated that he would discuss the Case with District attorney Gordon at the first Opportunity and added that or. Morse would he at his office to decide upon the course to be taken on his part in the Case. Right of women to serve on juries is upheld by Iowa court i mayor for the first time. The Candi Man a it or wounding of four others. The Dis d Patch said. Sergeant Henry was reported a grazed on left flank anti Corporal Frey and private Owen shot in the leg. The latter enlisted in the 4 Marine corps at san Francisco _ by asocial de Prew leased wire by associated press i eased wire Moines. La. Dec. 13 the right Cambridge. Mass dec. 13.�?har of women to serve As jurors a. Vard University today invited the uni j upheld by the Iowa supreme court varsity of California to meet the Crim in a derision handed Down this morn son eleven in a football game at the i ing in the Case of the state versus Harvard stadium october 28 next Walker appealed from the Hamilton a a. 4 county District court
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