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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 29, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages City edition , South Dakota monday december 29, 1924. Number 74shepherd threatens suits Veals Way to Tell woman Sage mib claims twelve deaths in record lows Kat backs hands. Says torus shark Rayburn says this will t they Are Over eighteen sures features if or tons the Kre Al him \ 1s pfc. N v h y la Lei in i it \ service x. Y. I in itt re tar to 29. I be 1 id irs present will gather in a us in a Crow i Ike. To to Merit on the confident protand the Wile Man Well listen i fidget. Yon know. Has Nous of he pol and rained More by Man in am s i or. N g or two ailed feminine i v r Hor Awa he a. K a irn a a stir one Mas he verified v a o w f their want a she of of a. Nor of an Mortimer was a Clever fixer Martin states lawyer Keir of millionaire orphan would Clear name my Clintock bitter cold however shows commander of world fliers some signs of relaxing takes St my in defense of Over nation colonel Forbes 50 below at Humboldt attacks reputation Fath we ath or avd rising Oti her do Kkt so witness is Tum of r a till is Yuk prom Syye Mortimer Yaas known i sad by Why the Khz Max As a wbk. I orkf1a Sufka Chicago ill. Dec. 20-�? up a Grad Chicago 111 dec. 20.�?fa�?T>�?major it Ual relaxation from the frigidity Frederick l. Martin commander of which tumbled temperatures to Low the army world fliers at the outset records for Twenty five years Over of the flight was called As a witness much of the country was forecast for for the defense today at the return today and tomorrow although from Ion of the Forbes Thompson Veter the Rocky. Mountains eastward win a ans Bureau conspiracy trial. Ter today retained a Stern grip. After receding to 13 degrees below Zero within 3 degrees of a record for a Quarter of a Century the thermometer at Blea go had climb i to five above Early today that being indicative of the changes Over the Zero swept areas. Fair weather almost generally East of the a Mississippi was forecast for today with the steadily rising temperatures to bring Snow in the Northern. Rain or Snow in the in Idle and ii. It a Keni Var a Man de r will destroy Vondo by dividing Fortune questioned by state min in the Southern sections Tomor Rev. However in the Rocky Moun a tons with Forbes. I min Section moderation was a Ted a i he bad known Mortimer sine Early a last right. I 1920. The witness said. He testified i Montana which suffered a pro Charles r. Forbes former director of the veterans Burea i a1 i. A. Thompson wealthy Chicago and St. Louis contractor Arr on trial for Alleg d conspiracy to defraud the gov a eminent through a a Veteran a a Bureau j Hospital contracts. Major Martin the first witness for j the defense after a seven Day Christ Mas recess was questioned As to the 1 general reputation Iii Washington of j Elias h. Mortimer chief government u d Shepherd wealthy Kenai witness Aid formerly contractors Worth 111., attorney and Foster father agent in veterans Hospital Neotia a of William h. Mcclintock. Known As the a millionaire orphan a who was connected by innuendo with the death of Young Mcclintock almost on the lost a Kyt Ftak of a a Mali Ion Orph an Quot a Tuli s Story of Iii Wil l Al of Chicago. Iii., limn 29�?after a conference with a i diem i St today. The to Roper Ann Oneeil that the it apologist a report of their investigation of Tho death of Avii i Lam n men i it ooh a millionaire orphan had been deferred Arni that further time was to he demoted to Ltd tin inquiry. A. P. Shehee i mat tract Shes. I of Biji aul he no a Yva Ybur n to Lac hic Lutish Beautiful a in a git h by by m 11 11 or Ai out ii uld by rain a uld by expert blames Treasury for crisis of 1920 it i Chen i Fryy Ruyg Ltd i amm Irdi i. Dow his says Tofu Milf to a i Ali Kos to Chica go wit t i la w a and 111 a w i i allow Lef Lati in i. I i la a or i but i pm to Ness a a t Hiba n i d the by of a amen Ion ii about the a a cow in intr. In a nip be i s Ono nuck a i be my to r a we i As her a not main pret id a reasonably it i git5 show s w i h Loe their Cut me shadowed a 1i d a Fain he any difference a aare honors acim she can find a or is four feet tall a a Arias t it la Why it Burn took e. I 6-Yt in Ohi new i a year Anil a Ive feet five inches i 7ti wounds. Or ire oils program of in less than it year non i and was a North a to a not it e r but. I i r feminine to 1 by Rayburn a. E Beauty my skill but forever to mediocrity a a a personality to across the footlights. A Ling Young Beauty re .a1 season according m Claret Shea a new a i a apr if i i i Iii 13 of 111. I uses guaranteed sure so Wayburn. he insurers. Is always a to i Aclo is int Nan lapse me Vita of inflation is not to inc about a per ills of agr leu p u la intimated. Advantages held As much due to a competing prod in Are to the Mer Baikie agriculture a the credit pc department in 11 Down interest a Loans could be to was in Large part great inflate Dowrie Baul saving a a Bond inter f Clit la us pm to centimes suit the Jit i tame. The suffering w the pres. Elation will not i age m the Nonio Taylor of the Loc of Leland fiver. Craf b d Tion. Man in i traded period of sub Zero temperatures while most. Of the rest of the i country was undergoing three Dis onslaughts reported therome a tor readings of from to to 25 above Zero Over the state with considerable snowfall. Higher temperatures also i brought Relief to the Pacific coast slates yesterday and last night. I a dozen deaths were added to the Winter s toll six in Chicago three it Portland Ore and one each in Tacoma. Wash., Reno Nev. My d i Tiina Pohs. Hid i Humboldt mich., a. High spot in i the Northern Peninsula. Had the j doubtful Honor of reporting the loudest tempera Ute in the. I United Staten j yesterday fifty below Zero. Other acc Natal Western states contiguous to it i Michigan vied however Leio it i a traded by new England of wha ii Maine y Ermont and new Hampshire it port Mortimer a reputation for truth end veracity was bad and affirmed that Mortimer was known in Washington As i a Clever Bort f. Bishop. Washington representative of the Detroit steel products company also testified is to Mortimer a reputation for truth and \ cruelty. Bishop told of a Occidental cafe. We to Bor. 1922, when Mortimer among o biggest for Flasher four other or Fem tied Mortimer a re evening of his nuptials announced to it Dav that lie would immediately bring action to vindicate his name of the charges in a do again t him. Incident i n the Hington in Ceil Friend Calic tiler things a the in be witnesses test meation for truth Veteran Bureau ends probe of Frazier Scase d veracity was bad. August s. Downall. Minneapolis a be v cd thermometer i Adin of 8 to 20 above in Illinois Harrisburg below Zero had it col i v 2 i a Ca is Bloo in 2 to g i Elow its coldest m a. Peoria reported Zero Indiana h Fen below to 2�?� i Ihk. Y a a ides with double Tig after pry pit it drop rail mate of not believe Downall of Torney by it 191k. Nicholas to a it it i r m be ii Moer High school class or Toxi fied a would Stimec under oat it i. A i of i retained As at 11 in e r in Minneapolis by prot with d egret a Ding weather with 2 2 a ars and below of from Paul roof int company Mortimer s ii i elation Lux i is Tah Lishe in Dent of the to i it Orme Oma Paul mum told g been 1 n e aged Lone end Rne a the if Fri a weeks it had become is never had a Over the mate a a 1 numerous Igor Ltd below Zero stifled we cd that Mort in n Engineer a Oji Jinol cos plan nation of charges that fort la a a a Hill of 28 in Low i re Oak 2 Louis. A Hail s be a f be stat swept Pic i o 111 v v a a y Ork i i on the and at the a a i m ism at the Edge o a it Sippi f the s two t the Veteran to awarding to favored Tim Cense test in or of for be and tractor for con government Yvo. ? Rector of t loins term a Bureau of Hosp i i. Yvis director i it fluence contract offered in de a m the Tria Thompson in to defraud the \ cd Way hum hey i s -1 la ill u i the it thus Civ Broad a they sound new of til c f the Treasu v of hold in of that Federal at a Low rat. A a silk be for the it a or. Or the Sake t w millions in a cd feverish As permitted a with the Rry to Ibl Crish birth rate in United states is decreasing a a Ltd Toj 12 above Zero Quot a a nine although upstate i Low a 2ti degrees Bel i a Tig cd a win and o leave a ejects in t a Engineer g commit r n ii Mig. A Distant j a \ Veteran a a Bureau in �?�a1 operations testified had ought during hi-1 Hospital construct the bands of Arm a and he bureaus brie re in Alo i a Sioux Falls 8. A. Dec. 29.�? a3 a. The veterans Bureau ha1 concluded its investigation into the Arthur Frazier cae and is expected to make Public shortly from Washington its decision a a whether Frazie 1 South Dakota Indian War Veteran was killed in action in prance and lies by. In i at Ara. Nebr. Or whether a youth claiming t it be Fra a Zier and accepted by Frazier a parents a their son. It Ltd rally the youth listed he the w n payment killed in France announcement that the \ it Era its Bureau investigation begun three j months ago by or. H. A. Burns of the Minneapolis office has been con Riu fied a is made today by Arthur s. Thomson 9 Ghana i manager for South Dakota. The investigation Haa taken or. Burns into Oklahoma am1 several other Southern Central state.-, and the las1 to weeks of it have Heen spent ii South Dakota. The Early phases of the inquiry indicated that the youth calling himself Frazier Mav he in imposter. He is now receiving treatment however in a government Hospital for tuberculosis 6 Miami i by part thinks i Ruan c civilization m a by in Ink i xxii in Banque ters pay High tributes 1 _ to dead Leader White Lake hotel is destroyed by t Forbes having frequently cd i fit wish that All Hospital to be awarded in sealed bids than at Cost Blu Ai d that the of the army and Navy . Followed in All such matters. I it in inquiry into a Power Trust .4>v a a i living Rosst s in 11iv intensified an increasing pop no a food she i of or. Alonso 17 research Institute to. Another speak a Chicago. Ii dec. 29-f-Ive Stock of the in get doing and is Gre it the South. Prof Warren e a of Miami i University to titties i association a n Tho old states ii t n a National Dietry. Comparable to it th0 present fully competent Iii the nutritional sense can be supplied far a population of 175.000,000 in 19x with such increase Only in number of domesticated animals and in arca of population he he said. Of harvested crops and improved land As lies within Agri cultural capacity of Tim country i Taylor said Omaha neb., dec. 29�?More than 200 men and women of various a Utica faiths gathered around Banquo tables in a local hotel last nah to do Honor to a fallen Leader Yvo a increase is Row Wilson wartime president of the thump i United states. The dinner Here to->11 the night was one of several being held in various cities in the country speakers referred to the late former president As a a the martyred in a Leader As a one who made the heart glad the world an i As a chieftain a for whom referent i is not enough Whoso spirit beckons i us to carry Bishop it v. Schaller of the pro maintained for Many decades still 1 Testant episcopal Church referred to there Ara Clear indications that the Woodrow Wilson As a the greatest it rate is on the decline in All classes j modern Bishop behaviour spoke of the a1 although the rate of natural crease in rho i inner states is higher j of men meeting of the Assoc t-1 than in most parts of the world and such As to make it seem doubtful whether such an increase can be fire loss s5.000 White Lake f a. Dec. 29.�?fir-completely destroyed the Cooper pro m All the furnishings at i of clock saturday Mornin origin or cause of the conflagration net known but when d covered the Kitchen and rear part of the building were in flames. A Strong j wind and the headway which Tho fire had made All efforts to Cope with the flames futile. The building was held sonic ago to Peter Dunn and Jake Krell for Sua of. Which did not include any fixtures j the present occupant e i. Pickerel. Carried insurance on the furnishings in the amount of $1 500 which were estimated to be valued at $3,000 and or the average number of children born to Vassar Alumna has never exceeded 1.5 per Alumna one serious que Stum he said. Is other town ter robbery Tex dec. -9.�?fire beet been started by Rob i nine business build a Oro. Eight Miles West today with an estimator $150,000, overturn some of the burned St Rue it d they had been loot a in i dings destroyed were chows Hall. Masonic tem in and two Banks. A and tire re a Mhli a the a we recently looted business houses Atys Alley disc. Tex., in each in business sections of the were set afire late at night id been blown. Property a a much greater than Tolan none of die robber i rested. O a Ber of telephones in serv United states has increase j 7,.mi in the last ten years whether a a our present Urban greatest Heights of self Rac Rifici. The trial civilization can be so modified ideals of the highest human welfare Umney that followed Tregid it Wilson to be Ivas insured for $3,000. Though a preached that ideals the cause of the fire will Likely Nev alone Are eternal and thereby i after known but it is tar a by to have re the world s greatest nation to the originated in the Kitchen. The Coop Sells Dicks it. Vernon s. D., dec. 20, 1924. The evening Republican Mitchell s. Dear sirs we were interested and very much pleased by our want and in the Republican Pekin ducks for Sale. We had Good results. Thanking you very much. Yours truly Hugo Gries. Or hotel was one of the first hotels to to built West of Mitchell. The fixtures hat family life will be Given a place which he carried and held aloft be were All new having been purchased three suspected of Bank robbery Are held at Omaha in it or whether it will become like came Tho proms upon which his s Monitor and destroy Mies crucified his body but his soul its creators goes marching gradually Tho Means to a voluntary the Bishop declared that lie by control of family Are coming to believed Woodrow Wilson s name would very generally understood and very be linked with those of Washington widely practice. Prof. T. B. Reuter and Lincoln into an immortal Trio. Of the University of Iowa said in an address on a the rate of growth of the american a when the net contribution of immigration to population growth is he said a the rate of natural increase during the past Hundred i years shows a consistent and Contin i Nous decline. The rate of natural in a a a i crease of 31.8 for the decade of 1820 Omaha. Neb. Dec. 29�?three men to i so declined with great uniform 1 believed to be wanted in connection Jimiy to 13.2 for the first decade of the with the robbery of a Bank at Soldier j present Century and to 10.9 for the la., last fall were under arrest Here i last enumeration decade. The Rte in today and were held for question 1920 was approximately the rate of ing concerning that and other Bani. European increase and its whole robberies in Iowa and Nebraska course parallel rather closely the the men were said to correspond trend of the negro rate of increase with descriptions of the bandits sent from decade to decade. The native in out from Soldier shortly after the crease of the White has been Only robbery and were arrested As they j slightly More rapid than the rate of drove Down one of the principal increase of the streets Here in an automobile. Taken of i to police Headquarters the men gave the value of perfect diamonds is their names As c. Harris. Omaha j exceeded by flawless emeralds of Elmer Dunning. Sioux City la., and j equal size and weight according to a experts. Only about a month ago. Weather forecast Washington d. C., dec. 2 9.�?the Federal Trade commission would be ii Recto to investigate an alleged a Power Trust under a Resolution in the Senate today by dharma Norris of the agriculture committee. The Nebraska senators proposal a. Incidental to the bitter Congreve i he exact signal fight Over muscle Shoals during which it had ban charged on the Senate floor that a combination of Power interests was peeking to dictate the government s final decision. Senator Norris has been Active in opposing the Underwood Bill for govern i Merit ownership of the muscle Shoals property with a provision for its a lease to private concerns. Or. Norris asked for immediate consideration of his Resolution but senator Edge Republican new Jersey objected and it went Over for one Day under the rules. The Resolution would require an in vesti gation into the ownership of stocks and Bonds and the directorates of Power companies and into the interest of manufacturers of electrical supplies Banks and tru4t companies in the business. Senator Edge declared that such a far reaching Resolution should not be i considered hastily. He said a millions i of dollars would be required to conduct such an inquiry. North and South Dakota overcast and somewhat unsettled tonight and tuesday not much change in temperature. Nebraska tartly overcast and somewhat unsettled tonight and and to Shay not so cold in South and in extreme East portions tonight. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official gov i ing of disbarment proceedings against eminent thermometer from to. In l. E. Waggoner. Sioux b alls lawyer disbarment Case against Waggoner finally started Sioux Falls s. D., dec. 20.�?hear yesterday to 7 a in. Toda maximum 19 minimum 2. It 8 a in. Today weather and roads Cloudy. 12 above roads y Ankton Good. Huron Clear. To roads Good. Aberdeen Cloudy. 4 roads fair. Mitchell Cloudy. S roads fair. Watertown Clear 12 above roads fair. 4 Sioux Falls partly Cloudy f and former state s attorney of Minnehaha county began Here today before r. F. A Williamson of Aberdeen referee. Or. Williamson will submit Bis findings at the close of the hearing to the state supreme court which will make the final ruling. Of Sioux Falls. Pee. 2 9.�?excavation was begun today for a new 1150,009 Chicago. 111 dec. 29.�? 4 a a while state s attorney Robert e. Crow awaited the report of doctors who examine i the exhumed body of William Nelson Mcclintock to determine As farms science can Tell Tho exact Caus f Tho Youthful millionaire orphan s death. William d Shepherd. Foster father Rind heir of the dead youth announced his pm fans for Legal vindication and for ultimate disposal of the Fortune. Shepherd last week hurriedly re turned to Chicago from Albuquerque. N m. When inquiry into me Clintock death was ordered by chief Justley Harry Olson of municipal court Sev Cal Days after the burial of Mccluir to k who was supposed to have died of typhoid fever. Mcclintock died dec. 4. Shepherd asserted that he will ask states attorney Crown to seek the indictment of persons whom he name Only As Quot my to reducers a that he will destroy the fatality Hoodoo that seem in ugly rests upon his million Dollar i a y by separating it into several fund which upon the death of him a of and his wife May be used for the betterment of Mankind and. That Irwin provide a Trust fund from which m is a Isabelle Pope. Mcclintock ski acre n a receive a too yearly Dur icy her life after which the fund May a divided among several heir ties. Bever Mono caused death Dis. William m Mcnally. William la Burnie a Miter and Ludwig Hektoen had last night progressed to the Point a in their examination of the contents of the dead youth s stomach to bring unofficial announcement that As far As had been determined typhoid fever alone was the cause of death Shepherd sunday admitted newspaper photograph is to his Home where Mcclintock died. T King them especially to take pictures of the room Tho body occupied because of the charge that his Lap Ward had been compelled to sleep a a cubby Hoiu above the Kitchen. A ibo far As i am Shep Herd said in a statement sunday a the St at s attorneys investigation of Rny is dead. I will wait however until the officials Are finished. Then i intend to regain my reputation. My to reducers have circulated the most unbelievable slanders against rn4. I intend to prove them false. A civil suit might drag along for two or three years and i want speedier just ice. Does no to want y Enge acc i am rot seeking vengeance. I a Al not seeking Money. I want Only Siai pie honesty and to prevent being accused of bringing suit for Money instead of vindication i want the matter handled by a grand jury. J lies my moral remedy a there should be the basis of indict i merits for criminal libel in the sour-1 pious inferences innuendoes and implications circulated against me. T have no criticism of states attorney Crewe or Coroner Wolff for investigating o of the newspapers for publishing the fact that investigation was being made o these calumnies. T i want to to cleared beyond even Shepherd went to the o ices of the United states attorney Robert e. Prev e late saturday accompanied by his attorneys who withdrew after a few perfunctory questions and Shep Perd remained to to a his Story in bus own Way. Sheppard and his first wife came to Chicago in 1907. At which time he first met mrs. Mcclintock. Mrs. Shepherd and mrs. Mcclintock had been school mates in Kansas he said. When mrs. Mcclintock died she left the entire estate to Uhlly. Naming mrs. Sheppard As executrix and mrs. Sheppard and a p. Reichman. Attorney As guard ians of the boy the shepherds Thea moved to Kennith North where their present Home was built by funds from the Mcclintock estate. The House was kept up by funds from the ram source a court having alerted $1 too Al month for the purpose. Regarded him As son Billy Mcclintock lived with them a their own son. Shepherd declared it a it a great affection sprung on Hethe them. Billy always Carto of f advice he said and at Chi St 1 92 3. He told Shepherd that he a thinking of Mak cd a. Will. Shh it r declared that Billy returned to Dat Mouth where he was a student with the announcement that he would Daw a rough sketch of the will. This he did and can e to Shepherd upon his return Home two Days before his birthday last april. In their discussion of the estate. Shepherd said. Billy asked if the will would be automatically annulled in the event of marriage and was told that it would be. Stricken it Val game ii said he and Isabelle Pope War arranging to married in february j 1925. To the Best of his information Shep unit in the John Morrell and company packing Plant Here. The building will be the seventh Large Structure i in the local Plant and will be ready Mam for occupancy by dec. I. 192 5, it was Ijohn Marsh alias John h Lambert j roads Good. Of Omaha. Announced by w. H t. Foster Gen i Pierre Cloudy 8, roads Good. Era manager. Herd declared Billy took Bick at the Dartmouth Yie game this fall but did no Rake a it i bed until ten a later. There was and is no animosity be tween mrs. Shepherd and himself an i miss Pope Shepherd declared. A a a i
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