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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 8, 1930, Mitchell, South Dakota Weather mostly Cloudy the evening Republican third edition volume a xxxv mitchem., s. Saturday february 8, 1930 twelve pages number 111williamson dry Bill passed by House Hale Kriebs to school girl risks death like Eielson a court in Auto i in flight from ice bound ship to Alaska Beath hearing state presents 5 witnesses in manslaughter complaint mrs. Marsh signs it Pierre s. D., feb. 8�? up a preliminary hearing for Frank d. Riehs state Secretary of agriculture charged with second degree manslaughter in connection with fatal injury of George Marsh Blunt garage owner who was struck by Kriebs automobile january 31, opened Here at to a. In. Today before Justice c. H. Anderson. States attorney h. R. Horner filed a formal complaint charging second degree manslaughter to replace the Coroner s warrant under which Kriebs was taken before Justice Anderson last monday. At that time the proceedings were continued until today. Alice Marsh widow of the Blunt Man signed the complaint. The state presented five witnesses to testify regarding the Accident near Blunt which caused marshes death and for which a coroners jury accused Kriebs of negligence. They were h. B. Akers Arthur Anderson Alice Marsh and de Welch All of Blunt and Joseph Herber of Kadoka. Of Keefe attorney for Kriebs Marion Swenson radios a a Weir at Teller after trip with Pat Reid marooned for months North Cape Siberia feb. 8�?op i a via Point Barrow Alaska by radio and Cable. Captain Pat Reid i who took off from Here yesterday with miss Marion Swenson Seattle High school or i her father Olaf Swenson and Captain Milo Vzorov As passengers landed at Teller Alaska this afternoon. After a flight of about four hours miss Swenson radioed from Teller. They took off from North Cape at to a. In. Today. The Swenson had been marooned for several months on the fur trading ship Nanuk ice bound at North Cape while Captain Milov Zorov has been ice bound he i aboard the russian ship Stavropol. Of which he is master. Swenson Ris head of the Swenson fur tiding company which owns the Nanuk.1 await end of search Captain Reid flew one of the Fairchild planes sent North to engage in the search for Carl Ben Eielson and Earl Borland who were lost nov. 9 while attempting a flight to the Nanuk. The wreckage of their plane was found recently 90 Miles Southeast of North Cape but their bodies have not i been recovered. Subsequently Joe Cresson and Harold Gillam american Birdman flew to the Nanuk to search for demanded an examination. T. B Thorson of Pierre is associate coun their lost colleagues but All their set for the defense. Efforts were entered upon locating Welch a witness to the Accident Eielson and no immediate attempt Wheeler hits Bank Holdup farm Board Asiman identified doing nothing at Sioux City Calls attention to drop in two victims Point prisoner Cotton wheat prices out As one of pair who in criticism held them up sees finance crisis pal loot sought Washington d. A. Feb. J Sioux City feb. 8.�? a positive the farm Board was criticised in identification of the picture of an the Senate today by senator wheel other suspect As the two bandits or Democrat Montana a for doing who yesterday held up and robbed nothing to help the Farmers a As the Leeds state Bank Here of he called attention to the Low prices $13,000 in Cash and securities was of Cotton and wheat. I announced today by Sioux City de a notwithstanding this appalling j Tec Tives. Situation in the country a he said the prisoner identified is Walter a the Board has waited six months j. Frelund 26 years old. He has before creating a wheat Council As been identified by w. A. Mcnulty stipulated by Law. Even after the cashier and miss Gertrude Mcnurl pastor barely escapes being taken for ride Sioux City la. Fob. 8.imagine asking a Bank Bandit for a ride that a what the Rev. A. M. Mcintosh pastor of the Olivet presbyterian Church in Leeds almost did yesterday morning while the Leeds Bank was being looted by thugs. Or. Mcintosh standing near the Bank was looking for someone to give him a a a lift downtown. Seeing a Sedan with motor running parked near the Bank and noticing the Driver seemed about to drive off he walked Over to the car and prepared to ask the favor. Before he could open his Mouth an armed pair carrying a sack of loot dashed from the Senate Bank jumped into the waiting Sedan and sped away. Wets fail to put up fight on Transfer measure giving prohibition Helm to Mitchell first of Hoover reforms amendment beaten Washington d. A feb. 8.ot a the Williamson Bill to Transfer the prohibition from the Treasury to Justice departments was passed by the House today and sent to the was the first witness called by the state. Charges speeding Welch testified Kriebs car was travelling about fifty Miles an hour when it struck Marsh who he said was walking across the witness said Down slightly when his car struck Marsh and then seeded up and was made to remove the Nanuk a passengers. Risk death like Eielson the arrival of two big planes at North Cape finally afforded miss Swenson and her father an oppor the Highway. Unity to return to civilization by Kriebs slowed j risking a flight such As that which ended disastrously for Eielson. Captain Reid intends to Fly Back Marion Swenson Seattle High school girl today flew out of the ice bound wastes of Siberia to Alaska after being marooned several months on her fathers ship the Nanuk which Earl Ben Eielson had been relieving when he lost his life. Council was established and recommended a wheat stabilization corporation the Board is now hesitating whether to establish a stabilization corporation. Sees financial crisis a unless they do create such an organization in accordance with the Law. Not Only is every wheat and Cotton Farmer going to go broke and have to leave the farm but every to assistant cashier of the Leeds Bank As one of the two men who forced four Bank employees and three customers to lie face Dovra-1 Ward on the floor while they looted j the Bank and then locked Sev j in in the vault. No loot recovered so far according to chief of detectives Maurice Farley none of the stolen Money or Bonds has been co operative which has been buying 1 recovered. Tile automobile in which wheat and Cotton at the suggestion the robbers made to Weir escape also of the farm Board is likewise going is missing. To go Frelund was arrested when Al a while this Board has a i org neighbor woman saw him and a ing the Purchase of wheat it has j companion crawling through a done nothing to assist the Farmers i window to Ente Frelund a own he added. Quot the Only effect of buy j Home. The woman notified police.1 ing wheat has been to help some when officers arrived at the of the Senate fight i list of gangsters on Navy seen up Washington d. Feb. 8�? a3,�? a stot Sfa returning ab0ut 30 min planes Qunnon a at opposition to the slim daily canker pushed Jiw Tah Zus tes a the their son proposal for naval parity with just of All prominent gangsters in la a submit it to lawyers chairman Legge of tile Federal farm Board today said the recommendations of the advisory Community committee for Uto eat asking the Board to set up a stabilization corporation had been turned Over to the boards Legal staff and Welch placed the time of an. Virth car Mav continue sworn publicly to end Chic ago a wave crime. If of Fie als decide to conf Ronche i de along the lines of the Stimson enemies said i be news when struck. Missing men. Lator they will be adopted by the London conference. Defense attorneys began Cross utilized to transport the remaining chair Man Hale of the Senate Nav a. Examination of Welch after a Brief Nas Senters and Urs on the Nanuk a1 committee in vigorously assailing a recess. To Nome. The work Eielson and j the proposal yesterday promised gangsters now. They will have no is Cross examined Borland were engaged in when lost that if a treaty should be negotiate Troubie in inc lira these punic under Cress examination Welch j denied having told several persons j after the Accident that he did not i think Kriebs was to blame. The de j sense questioned him closely for an hour. Welch spent Only a few minutes on the stand this afternoon and Akers was called As the second state witness. He said Welch came to Blunt and asked him to notify j Pierre police to watch for the car which hit Marsh. Tells of Kriebs return Akers said he then visited tl.3 scene of the Accident and that Kriebs returned while he was there. Thieves costs woman a life Dairy banners of Sou cd Dakota May play a Large part in the prospective fight to preserve the Export debenture plan it was developed Here today. National Dairying organizations he was Cross examined As to the 1 it was Learned Are joining the time it required for him to Tele bodies of Grain Farmers in their Dephone and drive from Blunt to Mand for this Type of farm Aid. So where Marsh was Hurt. Insistent is the demand from these Anderson the third witness said organizations in some of which he accompanied Akers to the scene South Dakota Farmers Are represented that Fred Brenckman Washington representative of the renew fight for debenture evening Republican i urea. The Albee binding Washington d. Washington. Feb. 8-the change the Wisdom of that policy. Ell fish for deepsea1 Quarry for offer or indeed should any treaty be negotiated a the whole matter will be fully threshed out on the floor of the Senate and its committees before final action is taken on a edification. A if our policy has been the Correct one in the past a he added a and if nothing has occurred to Hoover planto Washington d. C., feb. 8.�? a3 a president Hoover Hopes to leave late tonight for Long key fla., where then the Stimson offer which contemplates building at least eleven 6-Inch gun cruisers at an additional Cost Over the fifteen Cruiser program of at least $58,00.000, while giving us substantially parity in the types of ships allowed manifestly does not provide for our american o of the Accident. One would think of Ife beating Isnit National Grange today prophesied a much closer vote in the House on the debenture than was had before. The real reason for the growing i j j a m Hope among farm members for re a Wealtny pastime ten ton of the debenture lies in Elpaso. Texas feb. 8�?up a i deeply rooted economic factors j this is the unabridged log for one j to eve Day of Rosario Durban key or. Hoover plans to Board the 5 ? Bordoni silo i Houseboat a tile sauntered a from new York n. Y., feb. 8 Irene j Fie fished last year shortly Bordoni musical Comedo a Tress. Before his inauguration and to stay yesterday was served with a sum aboard to a 1 the ume the Craft Mons in a divorce action filed by l in chartered Flora Jeremiah e. Ray Goetz producer. Milbank new York 0 o today in Congress i nearly 3,000 attend a a f Infin l lentil vice president Curtis will the most prominent of these is 4 a. arose and beat wife. The admitted fact that Dairying is Vij Duji amendments to Tariff Bill. 5 a. for beating either on an Export basis now or wife. I will be within a year. 8 a. fined $5 and costs for this fact was virtually admitted beating wife. Officially Here last week when the 9 a. placed on Chain gang in a department of agriculture a annual default of Fine and costs. Crop forecast stated that Dairy 10 a. Nnmed in divorce suit j men Are facing a a period of because he beat wife. the phrase could 9 p. and so to bed. Have no other meaning than that o the production of Dairy products if is a v to wil1 shortly pass the consuming a Rulu la los Power of the american Market and i Al i 7 Iii that new markets must be found. If Listol do talc in the belief of senators Brook Tampa a feb 8 a5 a Wei Bart Norris and others the Deben. Ture is the Only available method of making tariffs on agricultural products effective if these products Belleville n. J., feb. 8�? a a an attempt to save her jewels from robbers was believed by police to i Day to have caused the strangling go South tonight of 63 Eaf old mrs Harriet the aged woman was found in the foyer of her Home a deep wound in the Back of her head and a Towel twisted tightly around about her neck. Her body was fully clothed even to hat and coat. Scattered about were a number of parcels. Her arms were outstretched toward a Telephone. Police believed she had returned from a shopping trip and surprised the robbers at work. The body was found by her grand daughter Marjorie Davis 15 years old on her return from school. Of u. S. Income to be 95 billions in �?T30, banker predicts new York n. Y., feb. 8�? ins it a the income of the people of the United states in 1929 probably will total $95,000,000,000, compared with $89,400,000,000 in 1928 and about Home however Frelund a compan Ion had departed. Police Are of the j opinion that Frelund a companion either Las the Bank loot or has concealed it. Be freed. Another held James Holbrook 35 years old who was arrested at Cherokee yesterday in connection with Nej , was released from jail saturday by sheriff John a. Div Export when it became Eviden. He had had nothing to do with the robbery. Don Oover 24 years old. Who was arrested at Cherokee with Holbrook was held in jail however As his Bond previously posted on a breaking and entering charge had been cancelled. Taft rally gives Rise to new Hope s. Many a murderer gets chair Chicago 111., feb. 8�?up a Angust Vogel confessed whim Slayer of a Motorist who brushed against his Auto today was sentenced to die in the electric chair on april 18. The Man he killed was Lyle Perrenood. Formerly of Sioux Falls s. Vogel had pleaded guilty and thrown upon the mercy of the court. A there Are no mitigating circumstances a judge Otto Keener of criminal court who considered the Case three Days before sentencing said. Only the death penalty can be returned in the widow of Perrenoud who was slain by Vogel last october was in the court room. A a that a what i hoped for a she commented.�?�. Vogels defense was that he was drunk. O urges consideration the action was taken with a record vote. The measure is the first of several legislative proposals to carry out the Hoover prohibition reorganization program to be acted upon in either chamber. It was warmly endorsed by the Drys. The wets made no concerted Effort to oppose its passage. Transfer of the a Antt to the jus i Tice department was recommended j to give the attorney general increased supervision Over dry few enforcement. He at present is charged Only with prosecuting violators after their apprehension by the prohibition Bureau now under control of the Secretary of treas jury. Efforts by representative Gasque Democrat of South Carolina and representative Cochran. Democrat of Missouri to Amend the Hill to authorize the attorney general to prescribe regulations under which the Secretary of the i Treasury should Issue the alcohol i permits failed. I wed by custom i so customary Clinch ends it los Angeles cal., feb. 8.�? in a of dam Riig term air Justice having come to their Aid. 1 Usu my. Guiliermo Perez 22 years old. And Minneapolis. Minn., feb. 8- a it it a Alicia Moreno 20, a were Honey careful consideration of the pro mooning today in accordance with postal to dam the Flathead Mer an 0jd matrimonial custom for Power at Flathead. Mont., because of the possibilities of developing High Grade phosphate needed for Northwest agriculture was urged yesterday by Hugh j. Hughes of the Minnesota wheat Pool and former marketing director for the state department of agriculture. O Perez applied for a marriage License earlier in the week and settled Down to we Ait three Days for the License an old California custom or. And mrs. Dolores Moreno parents of the Bride elect locked Alicia in her room because Perez had not consulted them about the marriage according to an old Spanish custom. A week or More. The chief executive will be accompanied South by mrs. Hoover and a group of fishing companions which will include or. Joel Boone White House phys Cian Vernon Kellogg Justice Harlan f. Stone and Mark Sullivan. Immediately upon reaching Long Brookhart blames _ i mix til on Mellon Seekin amp release of the Bride to Cleveland. Feb. 8-senator restraint Smith w. Brookhart. Of Iowa in a 1 a b 0ught Hareas Corpus pro Washington. C., feb. 8.up a the hopeful View that William Howard Taft might be Able to leave the sick room again w i held out today if he continues to improve As he had in the last two Days. A a a a. But even while this indication of prohibition debate Here last night i g custom. State College event by the associated Pressi Brookings. S u. It feb. 8-op Senatt nearly 3 too Farmers and farm to continues consideration of Indi men v sited Brookings during farm $26,600,000,000 in 1909, when All data and Home week at South Dakota for last year Are tabulated Accord slate College according to figures ing to the monthly outline of Busi released today. The week ended1 Ness of the Chatham Phenix a today with an auction Sale of 51 tonal Bank and Trust company for head of purebred College livestock. February. Don g. Peoples identified by auth rarities As the Quot Carnation kids of St. Louis was shot to death her a. Appoint a committee to examine into Heflin letter concerning intermarriage of negroes and Whites in new York. House approaches vote on prohibition Transfer Bill. Ways and Means committee opens hearing on Hastings Bill for Tariff on crude Petroleum Light Plant a death Valley Scotty confesses his a a millions Are Only Mirage los Angeles calif., feb. 8�? a3 a a thar ainu to no Gold mine and thar asserted thursday night in a pistol Battle Are exported. There is no question with sheriff r. T. Joughin and a therefore that Many additional party of deputies who attempted i votes for the debenture will to arrest him for questioning. Found. A Delco Light Plant was the subject of the following be interesting letter a dear sirs in answer to your letter asking what re the mysterious desert a Gold mine Quot i never was. ,. At the same time he of fabulous wealth which Western i Bat his source of Money had been for it ears has credited to Reeds wife no. 4 As no. 7, then amp la decides to take no. 6 As no. 8 est annoying Plant to the first Man that Rockford 111., feb. 8�?a3 a Dur on the front porch was legend for it ears j the ownership of a death Scotty picturesque survivor of Bonanza Days floated off into the land of burst bubbles yesterday As the result of a a a confessions by Scotty himself. At the same time Scotty admitted that a recent report that he had lost $6 000,00 in the Stock Market did no to have As much solid reality about it As some people thought although he did say that he was a a. Johnson millionaire retired valley1�?T i insurance Man from Chicago. Just a Little trick Scott had just returned from Chicago where he interrupted a projected trip to Paris with the statement that he had gone broke in the Stock Market. He gave his red tie a flick and waved his ten gallon Hatt and told All within hearing distance that he had been living on other Peoples Money and j was in truth death Valley s press agent Par excellence. He took of ing his 34 years Ray Barry has been married seven times and he is still a comparatively Young Man. Him. A bit later. Barry appeared at police Headquarters and asked for the seventh marriage took place the Young woman a release. Police thursday. The Bride was a former said he told them he had decided mrs. Barr. Having been number to divorce no. 7 and remarry no. 6. J four according to Barry s reckon j a a you re too chief no. Their previous marriage had August Bargon told you la been nullified. Appear in court against this Young thursday s marriage was followed woman cd developments. Another former a not against her a said Barry mrs. Barry number six. Appeared at but for the Barry Home expressing objections to barrys seventh venture. Barry called police and asked them to arrest her saying her presence Ding a looked at it very truly yours c. A. Crane the and was rerun but after All it probably Wasny to necessary As the first Man bought it. This is the second Plant of this nature sold this Barry if she had heard any Winter by double service ads. About her husband s plan-1 . Divorce and remarriage. Use tile bunk. J broke woodshed up and cleaned out Casion to laugh at jealous miners i As the result of Security speculation. I who hired indians to track him a thar ainu to no mine across Western waste lands in the for 40 years Scotty we Hose real Hope of locating his fabulous Gold name is Walter Scott has lived the mine. Last night inquiry was made of mrs life of an uncrowned King in the Barren Southern c ii Amia desert the Story that he had a hidden Gold mine in the desert gained wide credence from the spectacular fashion in which he made excursions into the outer world spending Money lavishly. This fictitious Cloud of wealth he dissipated Here thursday night i with the simple statement that Johnson Scotty s close Friend was revealed As his chief Benefactor. The firm of Johnson and Scott now under construction a $2,000,000 mansion in death Valley. Scotty said the firm was a mostly Johnson As his Chicago Friend furnished the Money and that he. A death Valley Scotty did no to want to live in a House a with ail the gadgets on it Progress came from his physicians informally they said his illness still was serious and warned against regarding too optimistically his change for the better. Refreshed by the sleep he has obtained in the past few Days and strengthened by More food the former president and chief Justice yesterday was Able to recognize and talk with his brother Horace d. Taft who came to his bedside from Watertown Conn. Weather forecast by the associated press it South Dakota a mostly Cloudy tonight and sunday possibly Snow in East portion tonight colder sunday and in extreme West portion tonight. Nebraska a mostly Cloudy tonight and sunday possibly Snow or rain in extreme East portion tonight colder sunday or gtd in extreme West portion tonight. Iowa increasing cloudiness Snow or rain probable in extreme West portion tonight and in East and Central Ponton tonight colder in West portion sunday. Weather Outlook for the week beginning monday feb. To. For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the Northern and Central great Plains unsettled most of week in North portion with frequent periods of Snow generally fair in South portion except for one or two periods of precipitation in Southeast portions temperature considerably above Normal West and South portions and near or somewhat above in Northeast portions. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. Rn., yesterday to 7 a. Ii. Today. Maximum 43 minimum 28 at 7 a. Rn., today 30 roads Good precipitation 0 precipitation since january i. .63 inches precipitation deficiency since january i 32 inches. Of with congressman Fiorella h. La Jude Walton j. Woe ruled that Guardia. Of new York said a the they were a id enough to wed with reason the prohibition Law is not j out be consent of the parents being enforced perfectly is that Perez flashed the marriage License somebody at the top does not want and asked the Jurist to perform it enforced. The Man is Andrew w the ceremony but judge Wood de marred because the bridegroom be tog without a Necktie was not properly dressed for the occasion in accordance with an old american custom. Perez attorney peeled off his own quarantine traps head of College san Antonio Texas feb. 8�?up a Necktie and loaned it to the Bride guarded by two policemen or. Broom Quot Edge Wood performed the m. Drain president of the Texas ceremony and everything ended chiropractic co Liege was marooned happily an old movie custom today in his own administration of building caught in a Small pox f / r Oill quarantine imposed by City health it club j Illy Otill authorities. Woman gets life urn men Tiki to for shoplifting i term intently arguing whether John new York n. Y., feb. 8�?mp a i w. Brady 59, former civil appeals Helen Rosen 29 years old with a court judge was sane when he Stab police record As a shoplifter was in bed to death his 28-year old Sten jail today under life sentence As graph or Lehlia Highsmith or nov. The first woman convicted As a 9. Fourth offender under the Baumes at 4 55 p. In. Yesterday the jury habitual criminal Law. Entered upon the fourth Dav of its o relation. Seemingly no nearer i agreement than when it retired to j the jury room. Weather and roads Vej. S. Parrot expert Dies of Psittacosis pm it t a ii t. Ihm ton d. a feb 8-7 <3� Falls b a stories is killed Washington Harry b. Anderson attendant at the hygienic Laboratory of the United states Public health service where he handled parrots afflicted with Psittacosis died today after a 14-Day fight against the disease. Des Moines. La., feb. 8�?ta3 a mrs. Rena Jackson. 57. Of Rippey j fell to her death today from a j sixth Story window of a Hospital where she was a patient. Three rescuers killed trying to reach mine blast victims Salt Lake City Utah feb. 8.�? a1 ened by the blast which rocked the temp. 7 am Hilo of roads Watertown 26 36 19 .00 Good Aberdeen 28 40 20 .00 Good Yankton 35 43 27 .00 Good Huron 31 43 28 .00 Good Sioux Falls 35 37 20 .90 Good grim death once More has stalked through the portals of the Standard Oil company a mine at Standardville Utah where a score were killed thursday by an explosion and poisonous Gas. Adding the names of three Rescue workers to the list of dead. The three men searching the inner Workings for c. H. Brady. Fri Ink James and Tobie wimber missing since the explosion thursday night were killed late last Good night when a huge Boulder Loos Mountainside. Tell on them. Bodies of the men were recovered and other Rescue workers temporarily abandoned their efforts to locate the three missing workmen who were believed to have been killed by monoxide Gas after the blast. Of the 29 Iii the Standardville mine at the time of the explosion the toll today stood at 17 known dead with bodies recovered and three missing with no Hope held for tar air safety

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