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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 23, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol , South Dakota monday january 23, 1922 number 97great agricultural meet opens Washington body of Pope lies in state in St. Peters mourning thousands of Rome pass through historic Structure to pay homage coi Slege meets feb. 2 six it ass or of bin cd t to be s elected then a m eur Ica n i Abdin Al Mav by late another study period All shot to pieces by associated press ceased wire Rome Italy Jan. 23.�?in the Basilica of St. Peters historic Church the body of Pope Benedict Xiv Lay in stat today while vast throngs passed reverently before the cat Falque. Early in the Day All that was mortal of the late pontiff whose death in the Early hours of sunday plunged rhe Church throughout tile world into deepest mourning was taken from the throne room of the Vatican where it had been placed on sunday and solemnly carried to St. Peters attended by a procession of cardinals priests members of the diplomatic corps and dignitaries of the Vatican and placed on the cat Falque surrounded by votive candles. Immense crowds View remains word was Given that the Public of Rome would lie admitted to St. Peters up to i i of clock and immense crowds immediately began entering he vast edifice and filing by tile body. The body is Robed in White with stole and Chasuble of red. Embroidered with Gold. The head wearing the pontifical Mitre reposes upon cushions of red and Gold velvet. The hands wearing the pontifical gloves of purple silk and holding the Rosary Are clasped Over the breast. The body As it was solemnly i brought into St. Peters was borne upon a red covered Bier by Ushers had in medieval costumes of Scarlet. The procession was headed by the j gendarmerie of the Vatican the Pon-4 Flea i police with their elaborate uni j forms of Blue and White walking with j drawn swords. Following them the j Palatine guards in dark Blue uni i forms and plumes of Black feathers standing erect. Cardinals in prot Sion of the cardinals who followed in the procession Cardinal Gasquet alone was dressed in full Black. Cardinals Fruehwirt and Boggiani stood out in the Distin Otio Nof their White i dominican Robes while the remainder a it of the Tjian two score la 4\m> 4% a number of the italian cardinals wore he red of their rank. All moved wit bowed Heads resting prayers and proceeding at a Low Pace their faces grave with he solemnity of the occasion. Guards flanked the members of the sacred College. Then came the Mcm it ers of the diplomatic corps in Black mourning attire. The Bishops and consignors. Numbering some 200, fell n behind closing the Long and solemn file. Russ to make great Haims at Genoa meet staggering St is will be asked of allies by soviet Moscow predicts no parallel in nations Price declines a acreage Calces drop Krom $35.74 in min to $14.52 in 1921 Hui bks show. Oppressed i Kah leg ates to c in hessian world College to Convene it b. 2 to elect next Pope Rome. Italy Jan. 23�?the meeting a the sacred College in conclave to Lect a successor to the late Pope by associated press in ased wire Moscow Russia. Jan. 23�?bolshevik delegates to the Genoa conference will present reparation claims there against various european Powers and the United states. If these claims Are made in terms of bolshevik rubles n4r names for Large Benedict will open february i or amounts May be necessary for the february 2, it was stated today. Cardinals Mufti la Fontaine and rot to. Of Pisa Venice and Milan respectively Are the most prominently mentioned in Vatican circles today As Fie most Likely candidates for the portion As successor to Pope Benedict familiar terms of the Decimal system will not cover the staggering sums claimed by this country which issues single Bills for one Hundred million rubles. Leonid Krassin. Maxim Litvinoff m. Rakowsky and scores of other n these circles Cardinal main a i communist leaders who probably a a Rentle is a pronounced favorite i a ii 8� Genoa juggle figures with Ven of the three i the same indifference that a proves a while All the cardinals resident in Europe Ore expected to reach Rome n time for the conclave it is couriered extremely doubtful whether he american cardinals will find it Oss Hie to be present at least for he opening of the session As the Date feet barely ten Days away. Of Connell May be i ate Boston mass. Jan. 23�?the plans for Cardinal of Connellis voyage to Tome to participate in the election of be successor to Pope Benedict were announced today. With his official party the Cardinal will sail tomorrow from new York. He will have Only eight Days to rate a Rome before the conclave of on. But will be admitted upon his arrival if the new pontiff has not 1 n chosen. Bootleggers import chemists to treat denatured alcohol signal Strong Man shows while toss j ing weights about a stage j the Versailles conference mustered no such brigades of experts As the Moscow government called into service months ago and has been training for the communist attacks upon i the capitalistic fortresses at Genoa. Every possible Brand of political social historical and economic expert has been drafted and Russia j has a variety of them which has never been dreamed of by the Western world. Foreign debts owed by Russia and the claims of other governments against t e soviet regime will be As j nothing when compared with the amounts that Moscow has chalked up against England France and America. The Alabama claims. Upon which the United states was successful after the civil War form the chief precedent upon which the bolshevik government will presents its claims. Reams of documents will be presented to show the responsibility of the great Powers for the damage suffered by Russia As a result of he czechoslovak Advance in Siberia. _ Admiral Kolchak Sill fated in Overly associated press fwd w ire 1 Merit the archangel expedition Bon Washington. D. C., Jan. 23.�?pro Era i pen Ekine a sweep northward tuition authorities Are on the Trail from the caucasus general Baronf two German chemists alleged to Wrangell crimean expedition. Gen a working with a Bootlegger or 1 eral Yudell Tchi a fiasco in the Baltic ionization in new York. In an Effort to nullify the poisonous character of denatured alcohol. Ben Atkins of the Industrial Alco division of the prohibition Auriti said today Tho bootleggers had be n engaged in the wholesale treatment of denatured alcohol and the Herman chemists had been brought to this country to Aid. Noted Spanish Cardinal dead Madrid Spain Jan. 23�?Cardinal Aimara y Santos 74. Archbishop it Toledo died Here last flight. In 1883 he became Secretary to the archbishop of Madrid and was mad rabbi shop of Saville on april is �T�07. He was created Cardinal on november 7. 1911. Of prank costs like Utica. N. A a a Jan. 2 3. A his Skull f aet red when he was playfully tip try Fiat of Bod by fraternity brother to Hamilton College. William Duncan founders son of or. A. P. Sandei of the faculty of the College died last tug lit in a Utica Hospital. Washington Jan. 23.�?there is no parallel in the records of the Bureau of markets and crop estimates to the fall of $21.22, or 39 percent in the average value per acre of the ten crops constituting nine tenths of All crop production which occurred in the two years from 1919 to 1921, it was announced today by the department of agriculture. The decline was found by the department to have been from $33.74 in 1919 to $14.32 in 1921. The general trend of the average was downward the departments figures show from about $14 per acre in the years immediately following the civil stir to hardly $8 in 1896. The lowest Point in the Industrial depression of that time it was said. The average per acre adva need to $16.49 in 1913 and reached Hie a a Peak $33.74 in 1919. 0- St. Louis. Mo., Jan. 23�? St. Louis experienced its coldest Day of the season when the temperature registered three above this morning. It Send Delker ence \ Itta l Stern Republic it a tile Congress astern Peoples Golia and the far of Siberia Are Hen of oppressed far wha h opened a . The object of Thel conference will be it to bring the pet closer together id rulers according to the japanese socialist who will be tilt Best flown personal Enco. He declares t Cal Iti purpose the c non partisan and then fore with Only states. Simon bet Luray a activities in Ukraine and hundreds of smaller expeditions not reported to the Western world. Plan for completing Irish Transfer up in British Cabinet who came to details Collet Power by Iii Ireland. London. Eng., Jan. 23.�?conferences were held throughout sunday at the colonial office Between the Irish Coli Smittee of she British Cabinet and the representative of the Irish provisional government. London to Confer Over Kerning tile Assumption the provisional Regina Peiling the organization of the Irish fret state government. Measures necessary for the Transfer the executive responsibility to til new Irish ministry were examine in detail and Good Progress was tilde the announcement said. The co Ferrers Are being cont inure although Michael Collins returned to Ireland just night. The Republican a year for two pennies a Day $6.26 get the Republican a whole Yeai delivered by Carrier in the City for Only this Coupon is Worth Cash $1.24 Cash clip this Coupon Brin or mail it to the Republican office with your Check for $6.26 not later than saturday january 28th, and you will be credited with a years subscription to the Republican regular rate $7.50. For the rest of the Price $1.24, we will accept this Coupon As Cash. Fill in the Coupon new and save ,2 the Mitchell daily Republican Mitchell South Dakota name address Dale Barr on stand in own behalf today Mitchell youth charged with murder tells of fatal quarrel in Springs Clifton started Row St. Lawrence curl for Bench turned into Barber shop for _ a Anil Barr jurors Benefit plan feasible Harding states Dot in Dant declares he Only lit shed Kob gun when victim choked Kath Eli. Sat or Dale youth it George Springs witness 11 3 9 a. Barr 24-year-old Mitchell barged with the murder of w. Clifton of Wessington on september 22, went on the stand in his own behalf at in., today giving his own by a ask Atod l>r<-4 leased wire Moscow Russia a an. 23.�? delegates from Japan. Chen Korea Mon ies represented indent of their or. Kata Yam to a Gat Ion. I spoke for Ja-4oviet Congress recently in new a minor communist d or. Katayama we pan in the ninth All held in dec Ember a York and in Mexico for a number of months leaving America in october. The chinese Delegate will be Kiang Man he who has lived in the United states. He has been in Moscow for a number of months. Version of Hie tragedy. A almost the first thing Barr was called upon to do was to Trike off his coat and Slit Down his shirt to show his paralysed right Arm and shoulder to the jury. In reply to questions Jolt by t. J. Spangler who conducted the examination Young Barr said he was unable to raise4 Bis right Arr and that it had been crippled since his birth. Tells of fatal quarrel. The events of the Day of the shooting were related by the defendant. At that time Young Barr said he was Rooming in town and Bis father lived in to Small Shack on their farm but they were preparing to move into the House As soon As it was vacated by or. Clifton. Hair told of coming out from Bis Rooming place about 7 a. Rn., on the Day of Hie shooting. At that time lie said. Or. Tifton had moved All his property out of the House. A did anyone come to the House in the morning a be was asked by or. I spa ogler. A yes. John Brown and Gifford Clifton came. I talked to them awhile and told them the pasture rent for the horses was due but John Brown said they were in a hurry to go out to work and that the boys would have some Money to pay it when they got through with their Road work. Be \ sides he said there were two horses i left in the pasture. Disagree with Brown Young Barr then told of Robert j i Browne a coming out to the House to j continue some Carpenter work Start i eel the Day previous. He declared that or. Brown had fixed the locks i on the House the Day previous and \ that he was working on the garage at the time of the shooting. This part t Ixg-is11 Iii inti of or. Brown who declared he w tis working on the door locks at the time of the shooting so he was right j at band when it occurred. The arrival of or. Clifton at the Barr House the first time he came i continued on Bago three Viscount Bryce dead in London Kamoi s English in blah is succumbs sudden la to attack of h a it Thoi blk. Jurors in the Barr murder Case on dial in the circuit court. Spent a leisurely thirty six hours Between saturday afternoon and monday morning. Nor were they without some of the major comforts of life though they too were compelled to undergo some of the much talked of discomforts. But for their Benefit judge f. B. Smiths big chair on the Bench was temporarily turned into a to sorial parlor urday evening. J. A Reedy a Barber member of the jury and Reedy sent for his implements of Trade and for some time did a thriving business in tile court room. All members of the jury went to Church sunday morning Fly it bailiffs dividing their attention among the members of the panel one Baliff to two jurors in this Way the jurors were Able to select their favorite pastor for the Day. Aside from the trip to Church however and the Short walk to the elks club where they were to Ken for their meals the members of the Barr jury spent a quiet sunday. Cards furnished their sole diversion. At night twelve mattresses Are arranged in the court room and the jurors sleep on the floor. Extraordinary precautions being taken to prevent an from the outside from Glt into communication with Thors and the bailiffs Are on Twenty four hours a Day. Pre on4 it lug Joram v Hacks wife and babe to death when Cash goes Chicago chemist unable to get Job ii Moxey murders i Vila in the Confer it while Polit i i Fere Nee will be London. Jan. 23�?civil and official j England today mourned the death of Viscount Bryce of dec Mont who passed away at Sydmouth today. Announcement of the death of the noted j St if Man. Author and Diplomat was unexpected. Weakness of the heart intervened Iti his illness and the end j came suddenly. Life and Laws. Done to Koine in his a de As a Man of letters and a publicist Viscount Bryce was a world figure outside of his own country he was Best known in the United states where since the Early eighties his interests bad s a largely neutered that he was sometimes styled an a English one remarkable thing repeatedly said of him was that he knew America better than most americans. His american f onion wealth has been a Standard textbook in the schools of the United states for Tho past generation providing the spectacle of a foreigner instructing americans in the Workings and Structure of their own As the torque Ville had extent years previous in Cracy in America through his Book. Through innumerable addresses Iii this country and through five years service As the British ambassador in Washington. Viscount Bryce became one of the most notable human links in the Chain of Friendly relations Between the knitted states and great Britain. The extent to which he made his personality Felt is explained in part by the fact that while lie was a scholar my statesman of the highest rank he ways could be found willing to meet people Ami to discuss publicly my in a Friendly Way topics of National and International interest. He was a Man of varied achieve ends. And Mere reference to his in a rest in America does not by any cans sum up his remarkable Caer. Tie was called a the most ver Itile living As a mat or of dates it is interesting that in 862. The year of his graduation from Ford when he was Only 24 years a appeared his a holy roman entre a a work which has come to be cd in colleges and universities the new York police ser North Dakota rate Case is dismissed by supreme court by associated press leaded wire Washington d. Jan. 23�?the suit of the stat of North Dakota to prohibit the Chicago an North Western and other railroads in that state from charging increased rates within the state was dismissed today by the supreme court. Fth court in dismissing the proceedings declared that the suit should have Bren brought in the United states District court and that the Federal government should have Bern made it party to hic suit. Of Quot Norris in move to Force dissolution of Harvester Trust orld Over. A of wife perishes in open boat on Lake husband is saved by Ash it Tell press wire port Wing. Wi., Jan. 23.�?carried out into Lake Superior late saturday when a severe Gale sprang up. Alfred Peterson a Fisherman of knife River minn., reached Here last night after his wife had perished in the open Row boat. Mrs Peterson died at to a. In., yesterday according to pet Ursone a Story. Weather report la Tir Al ast South Dakota. Fair t thigh Aud tuesday slowly rising temperature. President says heart of continent would be benefited by w waterway to sea Farmers meet opens Coop loaning. Bivin. And sulling orc. An it. Actions a exit it i a ii by associated in ass leased Aye ire Chicago 111., jail. 23�?patrick Tierney 24. Walked into a police station Here Early today and confessed according to the police that he had decapitated his wife and baby As they Lay sleeping sunday morals Liras destitute ant Calor g Tyfo i of toe polite. Apr pc to us j. 4ji4k�ru fur the j ail committed the crimes. A Short time before Tirney s arrest the police had obtained his description. The police sergeant had just sent out a message to arrest him on sight when he staggered in out of the cold and warmed his hands at a Radiator in the hallway. He walked into the station a and asked for lodging for the night. The police sergeant glanced up at the Man nil then said a Why you re Patrick Tierney Arentt you a a yes. That a Tierney replied the police said. A a a killed my wife and baby. Please kill then he collapsed. Speaking without apparent emotion Tierney told of meeting his wife when he was an army chemist at the Presidio san Francisco during the War. Objection to their marriage he said caused them to move to Chicago. Where they lived Well enough until he inst his Job. For two Days he said he had no food. With his last 80 rents he purchased a Hatchet. After killing his wife and baby he Taid. He wandered about the streets begging Money intending to Purchase Poison with which to cml his life. Failing in this he gave himself up. Tierney said his father was a lieutenant of police in and that a brother was a Grant til Ere. By associated press leased Avire Washington. I it. A. Jan. 23�?delegates from till sections of the country representing agriculture and industries depending on agriculture were assemble Here today at opening session of tit National conference called to consider the present situation confronting the Farmer and to Lay Down a permanent agricultural polity. Problems of financing production. Distribution and Mark Ting constituted the Broad division of the program to be considered during the first five Days of the conference allotted to study of emergency Relief measures. About 323 delegates have accepted invitations to it a the conference 26 of them being women. Sixty Odd of the delegates represent Allied industries dependent Ort agriculture and tile rest comprise dirt Farmers state agricultural officers instructors in state agricultural colleges anti editor of farm papers. L Ive Farmers on program today program Cai ice for an opening address by president Harding after the calling of the conference to order by Secretary Wallace. Then followed Titi address by the Secretary outlining the purpose of the conference. And one by chairman Sidney Anderson of tile joint congressional a Ommittee of agricultural inquiry devoted to discussion of agricultural prices and the general situation. Live Farmers from the leading agricultural regions of the United states were tin the afternoon program to give the delegates a picture of the present agricultural situation and to suggest remedies. Then followed representatives of four of the big Al i ilk fat Joundi Hon Odd. Pic la a kit amp in it Aring ills v at muh flow Fatkin Washington d. a Jan. 23.�? president Harding in addressing the delegates attending the National agricultural conference Here today was roundly applauded when he declared the a present agricultural situation is truly of National interest and not entitled to be regarded As primarily the concern of either a class or a Section or a especially Strong applause swept the gathering Jimiso when the president declared for More adequate credit facilities for the agriculturalists of the nation. Lied industries to describe the reaction on their business of agricultural conditions. In his address president Harding declared the feasibility of the St. Lawrence great lakes water ways project a is Means much to Interior a i have spoken a the president said a of the advantage which Europe enjoys because of its the sea. The cheapen transportation facility country is presented by Access to and surest in our own one of the Washington. D. A Jan. 23�?senator Norris Republican of Nebraska introduced in the Senate today a Resolution directing the attorney general to inform the Senate whether the department of Justice a contemplates any separate action a against the International Harvester company for the purpose of effectively restoring conditions Between the various cot Porat ions making up that concern objection was made to immediate consideration and or. Norris announced he would seek action tomorrow. The Resolution declared that under the consent decree of 19 18, the company had been followed to continue to dominate the farm implement business. Until a separation of the or Porat Ion affiliations was effected the Resolution declared Farmers would continue to pay exorbitant prices for implements. Continued on Page three Smith served with order in Kiefer action it at i i Sher i of ordered Turi turn con Psi a l l still i. S. Also at to papers were served Frida on Wood Smith Deputy stat sheriff. Ordering him to return a Quantity of Moonshine Anil a still taken evidence it la Vine k offer farm near White Lake last october. Or. Smit h has ten Days from the serving of the papers in which to return the evidence Anil it is not known whether or not it will return it. Ltd a la a issued Jan. La the order to Deputy sheriff Smith to return the evidence was issued by judge Frank b. Smith on january 14. It was based on a decision by judge Smith that the state authorities have no right to search a Many a Home on a warrant issued merely on a information and Judy i Smith held that such a warrant could Only in issued when facts were already known. Coincident with to issuance of the order to or. Smith to return the evidence. Occurred the arrest of Kieff Ltd by Federal authorities on a Char of making liquor has a on the offence which is alleged to have occurred his october c held on until Tai i Barge Kieffer a Arret de by a. E Dowie Deputy United states marshal Ami a taken before United states com i assume re. D. Tid Lek of Chamberlain for an examination. He waive preliminary bearing my was placed order Honda of a appear Sio it fills. April 4 to answer to the charge
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