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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 20, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
R Twenty pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxxix. A i Chell South Dakota saturday december 20, 1924. Number 68plunges into River pm j ays wives Are help in divorce judge advises they be consulted a great reconcile re says men would profit with wives As confidantes two cases Are cited is i Mil to Kim thi we i a i it i ii to tin oui i in it i n i is in it i Ile business Winter relaxes its frigid grip West coast shot by playmate lad hides truth life in danger loll lives continues to mount As cold extends slowly eastward fires Are frequent Chirac Doc. . I Sale Cickel. 12, was death today i As a result having suffered in is t Lence for thro hot Yursi yesterday rat ii 1 than Tell his Mother he had Imon \ shot accidentally through the lung by his Friend Frank Sternal. 14. Tho boys found a gun in the St \ rial Home and were playing at hold ing each other up when it exploded. Kils com ski Aat to the wounded boy walked Tho streets i so it i to to a a Ril i it n Kos until pain forced him Homo an i Kuhn whims go Dow then he told his Mother he had a i headache. When who became alarm j cd and summoned a doctor Tho wound was discovered. Intense cold cause switch Bolt to break car with Many people in is plunged into icy Waters at Chippewa Falls seven passengers die j. G a eau judge t. F. Graham m is Henri fat n i. Iii Ait c to Ceu Quot a blackmail plot tale is denied by Irish Tenor >111 i ions i it it a in i i no in r not oni i i it i 4 i i Usu la in larks 4 in a it i a a lie my t i i ii i s relic in re Lien i Ltd a h tin Hin d h i Oak i i red a a i need a but i slight and i Hight bit mule nose once daughter says Chicago 111., dec. 20.�? up a up i wards a score persons were dad i today victims directly indirectly the cold wave which has spread j end affected most the nation with Little remit in sight for at. Least Aneth j 3 hours. The bitter sub Zero temperatures continued in the Northwest and in Central states although the front the wave now is approaching tile Atlantic Seaboard with the tempera Tures dropping in the Southern and i Southeastern states. Weather reports indicated a con i to nuance the cold for 36 hours i from Michigan and Indiana northwestward to the Northern Rockies Region but with Promise that the j temperature in the latter Section will Start to Rise in sunday. In Chicago and Vicinity two men were Frozen to death tvs persons a Man and a woman died As the result Falls Slippery pavements and a switchman his ears and face muffled against Tho blasts failed to Hor the switch engine which crushed 4j him to lath. A 13 year old girl was i probably fatally burned protecting t her Young Brothers Arni Sisters from tile acid when she att opted to Stim i ulate a lire with kerosene. Although nearly Normal temperatures May he reached in most the Chi w Ive Ai Cas within 24 hours Days will elapse Kcf to wire and rail com Ini Vutison virtually paralysed in s in resume usual opera Congress gives Cash to War poetry Plage run Dopa Hitmi it t Yuu iks 1111s< it work a 0\ ii is Sti i Ai St him i Falls. W is., dec. A mrs. Harry Jones Sioux it it la. Was hic Only one Ltd i he Lead identified at St. Josephus hos i Al Tai up to 3 p. In. Thro other Cliv ii brought to the Hospital had not been identified. Washington d. Dec. 2 0.�?an emergency Senate Resolution to appropriate $100,000 for a fight against the poultry plague epidemic was mushed through the Hilse today and rent to president Coolidge for his Sig re. A Hon the appropriation before the Christmas recess which begins tonight had been urged by poultry men representatives farm organizations and others who declared the epidemic had seriously affected the poultry Industry and disturbed Consumers. A variety state quarantines now Are effective in i it is Tho intention the agriculture department to use cued the funds carried in the Resolution to promulgate Federal regulations designed to Ltd stamp out the plague after the manner the Campaign against the foot and Moil disease. Chippewa Falls xxx is dec. 2 rvs a i pm five person were killed hero today v Hen the dining car the Soo line pissing train no. 2 plunged from a treble Over Mio Chipp a River Here shortly after noon today. A portion the car is still submerged and wreckers wore unable to say whether other bodies were held under water. Fourteen persons were taken from the icy Waters the River their clothing Frozen to their bodies. Tho Rescue was a comply lied by Means ladders lowered from the Geho and by use rowboats order the direction the local fire department. Which rushed All its members to the scene the Accident it is believed a switch Bolt a snapped by Tho intense cold. Its thought that twelve persons were in Tho car at the time. Seven were res 1> la no. In Poison 4 is i ski is to set i i i is \ mtg As i i Kasi for is 4 a a i be. 111 a Job i taken he 1924 by dry agents d. I re it w a m had us . R Rivca the win widow Lac Elenc l by into d. Dec numbering 5.2 4 in to a cd. I a a n he Uhl woman loll int plan i m it n mom Itie toll lives Contin us to mount As deaths from free to g were added to by facilities in is result no from overheating. Fire j Par rents Iii Middle Western cities hundreds Calls. Consider in suffering was Felt among then but Elief organizations were to reported overtaxed by demands j Wai m winds were forecast to bring a a to t it Pacific coast today after siege sub Zero temperatures in i be North and heavy fros s in Dali a a i Tho necessitated smudge pots the i Art t and nipped Orange Loots in Valencia. Two in in to death it a in re a by and skies were a ported in Montana and it Colorado. T dolls i i i the Rocky Mountain states it Fel Relief after five Days bit i cold. A Man and a woman were but a Tea a in the Butte District. To e j. A i pliers a family four Ere Burm d to death at Casper Xiyo. A an exp Ion was caused by Low j pressure that put out fires Home. Tho fourth a 4 year was expected to die. Deaths were reported in mis \ Insa it and Oklahoma where. Is 4is pro Marty dam s d be. One Man was Frozen h and another j my from in ? received in a fall ice in it where a 13 year old girl i Tjas a result Burns in a Gasall Hopes Early Shoals vote is gone Washington d. C., Dee. 2d.�?with All thought a vote muscle Shoals before the Christmas recess abandoned the Senate today settled Dot in to consideration amendments to the Underwood and Norris Progress the pending Bills today had reached a stage which promised a final Roll Call shortly after lower the level the reports shortly before 2 p. Were that at least twelve persons had been drowned when Tho conch plunged in a Tho icy River. One person who called a newspaper office Here said re had assisted in putting the Roo bodies an automobile truck. To. It the thirteen persons rescued from Tho River and taken to hospitals died from the injuries and exposure bringing the total number dead to seven. Physicians said Tho condition the remainder was poor. The derailment Whit h occurred at a Point two Miles for in Bere. Called Irvine was caused by the breaking a switch Bolt in the opinion Railroad men. Two cars left the rails the diner and the co arb just ahead it. Tim coach ahead hounded along tile trestle Ork while Tim diner pinged from tile roadbed rolled Ever and landed upside Down in the River. Dam ates closed the Gates Tho Wissot Dun three Miles up the River were ordered closed tis soon As the news Tho wreck reached authorities. Phis will to to de juries us in cd m Mould Oil cup xxx i am Coolidge Calls meet to discuss mine safety work if Xiv. Xxiii ii usin is Ina a s cars we m d a it Dom oar newspapers Tim assail i press Cut off from the outside rid by paralysed wire communion were kept in touch with the out a world by radio. Dispatches Uig it into Chicago by wire were hoi ast by the associated dress rns i Bon the Chicago water and in the holidays. J Able searchers to determine definitely recent developments have Clari i if other bodies Are held in the wreck be i the legislative situation in Tim age. Senate and leaders both Eidos now i one the first Bodier removed Hope that a settlement the Issue i was that a Bain but up to 2 3>� is not far off. A p. M., no identification had been the s nato made substantial head a Macle. Those who witnessed the alway yesterday toward a final rot by j forts the passengers the diner disposing amendment to i to escape from the River said that Tho Underwood Bill All which sex Tun men went Down while trying to copt Ore which to mildly opposed j swim Asher aft r breaking Thor were agreed to by the author the Way in in Tho ear. Ore uni Denti act Man and a wan an arc among Dea d. Four persons Ware taken from Tho wreckage by members the lire department while in hours including three Negr port is guile d Tho silo to in safety. Measure senator Underwood Democrat Alabama and leaders hoped to dispose another Batch today. Oman Hunt is in Texas for bandits who burned town x a lid d. R a ilium i in Dan in Pic Vrh i m m d i retail prices food show further increase in month xxx in weather forecast Milf n Coil and m xxx m oui week to recti.-1 j in. Ii Idee. Leg for the week need a it a big lining Mims it it no Valley a. 1 Reg it est t oui Prat Iii ii a Tiv fair indicated Al probable about Taid it it the we i Lanai maximum a ires As record Ament their Ste Day to m in in urn i. Minimum la a s a. In. T remix1 rat Uros i minimum Ai by min Effii in in. Tod Low weather and roads Huron Clear. 16 Mitchell Cloudy below roads fair. La below roads i r is roads below Rood. Cads Sioux Falls. A Lear. A fair. Pierre Clear 7 below Watertown Clear i 8 a in Yankton Clear 3 above roads Good Aberdeen hear 21 below loads sir. Serves Farmers Farmer s. D., dec. 18, 1924. The evening Republican Mitchell s. Dear sirs did i get results from your want and department sold my yearling Bull the second Day the and appeared and have had three inquiries about an Exchange Herd headers. The Republican is surely doing a real service for us Farmers and the Persona attention you give each Patron is certainly deserving Many thanks. How can you give such service when no other paper Doe Many thanks and Here s hoping Day by Day your want add Nart ment grows bigger and bigger. Sincerely yours l. J. Stacey. Til w ill lines 1 con 11 sent it i Pomerene seeks delay in Teapot dome lease Case ii in pm it i la in Wen Mary Noyes Farr would be sergeant for upper House a no xxx y o., Doe. 2 a Atlee Oil counsel a xxx a it Hiti Glon yesterday to n in United states District asking a postponement a lug the governments seeking a cancellation be flub t it tile Mammoth Iii Coni including the Teapot dome the calf was sol for triad Jan. Be t i i x it to Chat Ion 20.�? pm f Pierre tis widow the Edward r. Farr Cordule state soldiers Home its. Announced herself to a dilate for the position t i t arms the South a t Durn me the in i Al in in y and ail n Adier the Tuulo Tho ground indent squirts Addi it in certain evidence aged passage Dib it. Intent Wen Harry f fall who a a r. Granted the Sinclair Secretary Teapot to i dictionaries to i go trains for Puzzle devotees at hot Friday As a sergeant i Kota Senate. Mrs. Farr said she had circular Zed the entire membership the state Senate behalf her candidacy. She has no known opponent for the position. If successful As official at the state House assert she is almost certain to be mrs. Farr will claim the distinction being the Only woman sergeant at arms a legislative body in the United states. White House Xmas this year will be i very quite affair Wal Street will distribute forty Washington. A. Dec. 20.�?christa a Mas at the we House will be very v/1/%m in quiet this be it because the death j Iti Huuki All Chi to within the past twelve months the a i younger son president and mrs. I new York. N. A a a Tice. 20.�?christ-j Coolidge. Mas bonuses amounting to $40,000,000 plans for the Observance the i Are being distributed by Wall Street i Holiday season Are most simple. John. Firms it is estimated by a member son the president who is attending one the largest firms in the Amherst College will arrive Home Street. His estimate is admittedly con sunday and . And mrs. Frank w. Serva Tive. Some guesses Are As High Stearns Boston the Coolidge fam Jas 175,000,000. J by s closest friends will come Early j office boy. Clerk senior partners m the week i a will Char. Loda a san Frau. Seo. Calif., Dee Quot Ai Forni i Oregon and was re in the line a mid wave Lily a at Milt Shivers up the backs a f the inhabitants and forced the to a Mil meters Down to the Zero line. Tho end the cold snap was a up Ltd Ted today the basis weather Bun i i reports that warm winds to cont pan i by Rains might be expected wit 1in 2 4 hours. In Interior California at Modesto tic thermometer was 2 a above Zero at times during the past 24 hours. A heavy Blanket Frost covered the Earth Iii that Section and ice our j Quarter an Inch thick was caked in in Spos in stanislaus county. So Nii Iii Quot pots were lighted in the Citrus fruit area Tulare county and j mapped shoots Valencia Orange j Trees were reported. In Eastern Oregon below Zero t ump Rai ures were reported. Seattle in common with other Washington cities came under a temperature 13 degrees above Zero today. Fort Worth tex., dec. 20.�?Law forces throughout Texas and Oklahoma combined efforts today in a search for Otto Starr notorious Oklahoma outlaw whose Bandit gang is believed responsible for tile sacking yesterday the town Valley View 55 Miles North fort Worth. The bandits left the two Villa go Banks pillaged and started a fire in the institutions which eventually razed the entire downtown Section Indian held for stealing checks his tribesmen Minneapolis minn., de. received at the general offi it Tho s Fine Here thru afternoon was to it it tin effect that live Bodi were Tak i in from the dining car the min Neapolis hic ago train Wii he Plung re into Tho Chippewa River while j six persons were rescued. A wrecker was dispatched from lure Wiio another wrecker was ordered to the i scene from Stevens Point. Gompers cuts widow out his last will Aberdeen s. A. Dec. 20.�?james stiff Tail Indian from Cherry Creek station was brought he Are charged with stealing remittance checks j other indians and Jacob Crow from i t asian charge assault a i tribesman. They were arrested by Deputy United states marshal Jones the first after a 75-mile ii Ive. St. Paul. Minn. Dec. i word puzzlers transcontinental i trains the Northern Pacific railway Tiad Puzzle no More. Dictionaries i will be placed in All observation cars j officials the Road announced today. Of afer Supply threatened Salt Lake City Utah dec. 2.�? with temperatures in the mountains near ranging from Zero to 26 degrees below severe interference with the City a water Supply is threatened according to a statement issued by the water department last night. Throughout last night and today a score men were employed chopping the ice which threatened to clog the Swift running 5�?~reams which bring City a water from High surrounding mountains. Of isolate prisoners during new probe i at Georgia prison Atlanta. Ga., dec. 20.�? 43 a headed by George Remus known As a King bootleggers five Atlanta Federal Penitentiary prisoners today were held in the Little Clarke county jail Athens. Ga., for a isolation purposes pending further developments in the governments investigation the United states prison a ifs fists a a ifs firsts rumbled Bud Lane. A i done to want a gun. I just want set my hands him a gathered in a Bear hug Gloster swayed a moment and then they went Down together. There was a whirlwind activity under Bud Lane. He Felt As lie were lying six Small men instead one big one. No matter where reached he could not secure a Graj. Suddenly the victim was away. A voice called joyously a fall right part Ner. Another whirl Best time in be had in ten years a Dan barrys daughter by Max Brand starts dec. 22 in the Republican j Washington ii. C., dec. will Samuel Gompers filed to Day for probate left the bulk his estate to his sons and his grand i daughters and directed that univ i a the minimum amount allowed by Law should be paid the widow. Dated nov. 8, 1924, the will wan a in pan i i by a mutilated ropy another made previously which had id in torn across the face which was written a i cancel and revoke this under the will which had been executed s it. 2. 1921, the labor Leader after providing for a lumber specific bequests left the bulk the estate to his widow Gertrude a. Gompers to whom he married april 16, 1921. The last will declared the payments i allowed under the Law should be made providing mrs. Gompers a is my lawful wedded v Ife at the time my demise a should she not be it directed. A she shall not receive any part my estate whether real per a son a i j mrs. Gompers was mrs. Gertrud Mensch Ier new York arid at the i Tim the marriage her age was Given a 38. She was his second wife. Und a lawsuit he District j Columbia Dower rights it Ca widow in. A not be taken away by in Ilo a St. Cloud minn., dec. 20 a Dpi the efforts Firtle Fig filters hamper. by a temperature 12 degree j below Zero fire it wept through the 1 w. Woolworth store Here today amt for to time menaced adjoining bullit Ings. %
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