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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 28, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Free concert by Mitchell municipal band at auditorium sunday,3 Pai City edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota saturday january 28, 1922 trial of dal capital is Cut i off from world by heavy storm a. A i j number 102 wonder if the arms conference would miso if we converted some of our naval equipment for strictly Home Protection Gardner ends c \ a s k train Are stalled and Busine activity is practically suspended Snow worst in years i Izzard Idt is tit is a i Akia eau Allert a evil scr de a Ltd is litter str lists a i. Vtt7/ fir n of a a a i ii nor it \ a j i a i xxx it i my n it fwd a my i by Auxin Al i a of Mil wire Washington. In i.tan-. 2s�?Washington wan cv11 of for it a Tho outs tic worm today to far an transportation n an concerned by Ono a the hear-1 lev nov storms in the history of Quot the capital. Officials at the onion station Ehert Yho fore 9 o clock reported that no passenger trains had left since Midnight and with the now i continuing prospects of getting any j a Ains oui was said to to poor. Three a Ains had arrived since to Midnight. A e n from new Tor Long Oren us j a n i one Baltimore and Ohio express from Cincinnati. Many trains stalled train service from the South where j Snow storms have been reported for two Days and from which Section the orm came was wholly suspended. Several trains from the South were reported stalled Between Richmond and Washington with others being held Ai Richmond. Railroad officials were attempting to get a train comprising Day coaches Only by noon for Baltimore. Philadelphia and other Points North. Trains from the South were reported held up in Yards Between Here and Baltimore. The Snow fall in the Middle Allan tic Section was the heaviest since the blizzard of february 189j\ when the fall was nearly three feet. Ail Xot Ivity Curta pod starting Lac yesterday afternoon had a i l continuing Early Oday the Snow a had covered Tho National capital to a depth of from a foot and a half to two foe. So pee i Star service was practically suspended Early today and All activity government and otherwise., j�3 greatly curtailed. Pennsylvania Avenue Here a strewn with the bul in of wrecked a utom Obi i is. 14 inert in bait int orcs reports to the weather Bureau showed the fall of Snow Early today i re Baltimore stood at fourteen inches j Lynchburg reported 2h inches. A he heaviest in the history of that City Hie storm was reported to he Continua j desc at Richmond a where Street j Ara were completely tied up and Many trains stalled or held in tile Yards. Raleigh n reported seven niches with a Bone a half Inch of sleet end the Snow still falling conditions of Norfolk appeared to be the Sorrit with a Gale of 56 Miles having put a part of the business Section of the City vv.11cr and Crip pled shipping Tho tall of St in Washington appeared of grow i Ivler if thai was possibly around nor Senate or flare quorum attendance in both houses ,7 Congress was Small sufficient member of the Senate reached the capital for s quorum while when the House convened. Tho of were scarcely More than fifty of the More than 40ft members present. The Senate agricultural commute a compelled to i Lindon to scheduled learing a Ellen witnesses failed to arrive. Forty nine senators a Bare working Bajovi a Tough their Way thru Snow drifts to the capita. Mexican guatemalan Riff psf flows War Rumor is denied 1 or Dale Barr Case Huron attorneys closing statement bristles with ridicule and humor killing cold blooded Semi Xinu its Kern it declares that Barr Misi Rev i to kor Lim Ihm in Ibex my lated pres in cams xxx ire Mexico Dit it. Max a a Jan. 28.�?rumors of War Between Mexico and Guatemala Are described by a High mexican official As a ton ridiculous to Devin official mexicans were posit Ive m denying the reports. Weler wants Federal Bonus on Grain crops it l i u la 1. G. Giddings consumes three hours in final presentation of defense charges persecution x. Ii. I. Vat Pinkk. Ill Hon. Smi Ixta Pim ism Itoh of m do i mis i i Kis noon. What to do with or cast off Arm xxi iat e in i it Nebraska City scene of riot troops on Way five companies of i i Iti a sent to preserve or Der in neat in it in frs War constructive suggestions for far sighted farm policy result of agricultural meet tile Pica of t. J. Spangler for Barr s acquittal will he found on rage 2 of this edition. Iii an address bristling with ridicule and humor a. K. Gardner Huron attorney and special prosecutor connected with tile prosecution in the Case of Hale Barr charged with the murder at Wessington Springs last september of George Clifton. Made the closing plea Cor tile state this afternoon. Or. Gardner was still speaking at 4 2ft this afternoon. A i feel naturally somewhat embarrassed in coming before you this j or. Gardner addressed i the jury in the opening of his Long speech a i feel As though i had been introduced to you As a million Dol-1 Jar attraction but i also feel that the heralding of my coming was done to serve some interest of the counsel. For the defense by giving me such an. Introduction that i could never Cornel j up to the specifications. Need Al outside help a much was said in the argument of the eloquent attorney who preceded me. Concerning the hiring of outside prosecutors for the St ate. But these men who a on the defense came to j act in that capacity As of summoned by wireless telegraphy immediately after the shooting. So Jerauld county 1 was not Able to hire them. But sure in you can set thut these Young men i or. Hatch and or Cutler who Are in Hie prosecution needed some As j a Sis Anee when they were compelled i to try a ase in which they were confronted by the lug chiefs of Mit i i Chell. A something Lins been said with reference to the fact that consider j Tion should be Given tile defendant because of the fact. That of certain a alleged Peculiar circumstances. You j will recall it you have been in court room to any extent that in Case a defendant a a father and Mothe the defense says lie should not be convicted because of them. If a de fondant has Nafa the or Mother tile defense says lie should not be convicted because lie i5 tin orphan. Criticize defense a in this Case the defense tells you in one breath that Tho boy should not be convicted because his Kotlier has gone to her Reward and then Binal words were s today in behalf of dab been i trial for ten i Ken at mum Arr who has la a s for the shooting of George Xiv. Clifton at Wessington Springs sept. 22, 1121 of. G. Giddings attorney for Young Barr. Dosed his three hour Agunien St a 2 1 p. In., and court adjourned in 2 p in. When a. Al Gardner of Huron will hav four hours Iii wha i present the final plea for Barr a jct Ion. The Case was expected t jury late this afternoon. Intercut i i imitated to Coli go to tile Una full i it to i la. Man is a gents farm for of itt on Samf la a Sis As Man i Aci i mfr asserting that the american Market belongs to the american producer Quot Charles Weller. Mitchell last Hight wired a Ingres Stiehn Sidney Anderson chairman of the agricultural conference. Now in session Iii xxx Ashington demanding that the american thriller be Gien the same sort of Protection asic afforded the american manufacturer by the protective Tariff. Weller xxi Sanderson or. Weller a Telegram to congressman Anderson follows Quot the american Market belongs to the american producer therefor protect tile american factory owner and worker by Means of a Tariff and protect tile american Farmer by Means of a Bonus on his principal Grain crops equal to the average of the Tariff tax on manufactured goods. The fact that the Farmer exports each year a Small portion of his Grain prevents him from obtaining tile Benefit from the so called protective Tariff. Lets Cut out the bunk. Of the american people wish to be sure of eating their regular meals the must see to it that the Farmers incomes Are kept on a relative Equality with that of other industries. Sets Farmer protected a my idea. Said or. Xxx Oher in explaining his Telegram a is that As Long of the Farmer has to buy in a world Market he should be Able to Sil in a world Market t believe that after government has protected manufacturers by a Tariff it should turn to the Farmer and offer him. Say a 2ft percent Bonus above the Market Price for principal rain crops. A fall american watchmaker Canin which the life and Liberty of one porn Fltka try article say Jbf tents Bent and ones Friend is at stale one interest in a trial continued bated today. The court room a when or. Giddings opened his Lina argument at it a. Rn., anti practically every one remained until he closed his address to the jury three hours later. Many of the Wese Ingon Springs people. Who were called As witnesses at the opening of the ase. Have returned to by Cir Homes. In Lite audience at each session of the court however has Apt re daily mrs Clifton wife of 11 e a id Man. And her sons i to his argument today or Giddings undertook to show that the or messes who testified against Dale Barr triad inconsistent statements and that the testimony especially of Robert Brown chief witness for the state should be dithered it <1. A i suppose every attorney hates Hie position in which i am now Plu or. Giddings opened ins address. A when after a Long and tedious trial they say it is local or. Gand be dings of Attales because him ii to do floods City All shipping is tied i p Norfolk a. Jan. 28.�?a wind coaching a velocity of 56 Miles an a it or Early today crippled water front p of Vitina Here and practically sus i need shipping in Hampton roads. Part of the business Section of the Ity is under water and a traffic already have Beer issued through several suburban sections has been suspended As the result of High tides. Of by associated press i eased win Lincoln neb., Jan. 28�?five companies of Nebraska rational guard 1 troops under command of lieutenant j colonel Douglas o the 134th Nebras-1 a infantry Wil proceed at once to Nebraska City in response to an Appeal from the county sheriff and the j mayor for military Protection arising from alleged disorders gathering out of the packing House strike in that City. The five companies to he sent to i the strike zone Are located at Hastings Seward Falls City Auburn and Lin Coin. Orders for their entrainment . To float big Bond Issue comm fuck body gives Offish hrs permission to Sei in 20 millions in Pai a i Washington. In c., Jan 28.�?authority was granted the great norther Railroad today by the interstate 1 born Cree commission to Issue and 1 43ft.ooo.ooo in 5 1-2 percent 30-"r Gold Bonds for the purpose of diving off existing indebtedness and adding to the facilities on its line. Ness and disorder now is prevalent in the Road proposes to use $ 15,000.Nebraska City and such conditions. To pay off a loan made to it behaving existed for some time Are be a government. $7.ooo.ooo for add looming More stated the martial Law is declared to be in effect in All territory comprising and including four mile precinct. Otoe county including Nebraska City and All its sub divisions reads the proclamation of governor m ive1.vie. Issued after a conference this morning with adjutant general Paul of the Nebraska National guard. Lieutenant colonel Douglas of Osceola. Commander of the regiment called is a member of the Nebraska legislature from the thirty ninth District now in session Here. He has been excused by the governor to take command of the strike zone. Governor Mckelvie said that the Auburn and Falls a try units should he in Nebraska City by 2 p. In. Today. The three other units Are expected to arrive tonight or Early sunday morning according to the governor. A it appears that a state of Lawless a is and betterment. $4.0ftft.ftft0 for i governor. A control of the situation a equipment and $3,800,000 to re Quot Ecell beyond the civil authorities deem Minneapolis station Bonds now and top request of these authorities r Turing. The Issue will he sold at 1-2. Kitch marines Are ready to disembark at port of Hankow Beking china., Jan. 28.�?british r Trines Are being held in readiness to it land at Hankow to protect the for More assistance is granted by the Powers vested in me. That territory 1 in four mile precinct including Nebraska City is now subject to and in. Der martial Law. And such portions of j the National guard As necessary will he dispatched to t ii is weather report forecast South Dakota Snow tonight _ and adminis ration works against probably sunday much colder cold a azure by the forces of general we wave West portion tonight with Zero a a a fun who Are said to be under or temperature winds becoming Strong northerly. I Oeal temperate lire by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon to occupy it. Hankow is a treaty port in the pro Nee of Supeh. General Xiru is in Rector general of that province and j today reported in a peking dispatch on j maximum 36. A armary 22 to have seized the Salt re minimum 25. A rues there. I at noon 30. By associated i it is leased wire Washington in c., Jan. 28�?the National agricultural conference. Which concluded n five Day session Here last night was characterized by Secretary Wallace of the department of sericulture in his dosing address As a the most representative gathering of agriculture Ever . It has been a Good thing for the Farmers and the Allied interests he declared adding that the Farmers and Lite related interests Quot must cooperate to put agriculture on a sound this the Secretary continued a has gained ground and i think we can hold that ground. Eye have presented constructive Tigges tons not Only for Tho present but for the working out of a sound Agricula j Tural policy for years to new Laws arc asked enactment by Congress of Laws providing intermediate credits fort e Assoria of Federal of i by opera t directorates i Banks was org uniform Laws sought j the states were a sked by t i Ferenze to pass in if j lating Dairy products j and inspection of i meat products ant cooperation in tic i and control of plat s pests was recon thu in Tho farm land Gay Trio con Laws Reg a and by products eat animals and ederal and state eradication work disease and crop add with adopt dealing Chiei it defer for fact wms Bari is then acing the had no Star a f j to a Villi f it i t til show killed hat the in cold fat her has de or. Hid \ Ite wit Masher Way in Lent. I s a i for the to witnesses teems to me the Gorge Xiv. T Lifton blood and that a Gorman ran make the same article for 5ft cents. To protect the american there is a 2ft cent dirty placed on the article so that the German must meet the american Price on american soil. I believe the Grain problem should be handled in the same was. I done to want to be american labor forced to compete with foreign labor nor do i believe the american Farmer should he compelled to compete with the cheaper foreign firm rises to say the Hist word permitted i ills behalf. A Man would be critic lacking in natural human i list met he dbl not feel a degree of nervous Ness and oven orphan asset it alls it Quot knowing ti"1 i do tim i Shat followed by by Dit Lungu Bod Gardner from Huron. I Hope Etc excuse in if i use All the tim a Ait time. a n s a to Nee a vie n a re Lier a Case by i Velev lit i by Dis Iii i he m r. Will Ted like Mati h Jull a in m Ogle in t in v. Should in to Tion of a committee report and enduring this subject. The report also re ceded the states to pass legislation permitting agricultural cooperation and organizations of Farmers cooperage associations and to cooperate with the Federal government in gather g and distributing crop and Market information. Creation of a National agricultural advisory Council As a permanent body also was considered. The conference in adopting this Farmers through commodity Etna no j rep re expressed Ltd approval of aping., continuation of the War finance pro prot a ions of funds by Congress corporation pending such action. J or distribution of f. A Send. Of the Federal i Harding wont i try to hinder Genoa meeting neither will president Call 1 economic conference it is asserted amendment of the Federal is a Rve and farm loan acts. Congressional investigation of the subject of crop insurance. A constitutional amendment prohibiting issuance of tax free securities except Bonds and other obligations of Federal farm loan Banks re enactment of an excess profits tax and equal consideration for agriculture we Ith other Industry in any Tariff policy were recommended by the conference with adoption of the report of its committee on agricultural credit. The report also protested against enactment of any consumption sales of manufacturers tax and urged representation by tile United states Quot in a conference for economic and financial reconstruction in to ascertain what this country can do Poush orphans on Way Home after two years of wandering new York. N. A a Jan. 28.�?the steamship Princess Matoaka. Sailing today for Danzig has on her passenger lists 12polish orphans who Are on tile last Lap of a trip around the world. They fled Fin their native land two years ago t Tion and death Iii the Wake of the red bolshevism armies Elvn driving hard against Lite polish forces defending the capital of that country. The Little Globe Trotters Are to be is government will find Homes for towards re establishment of intern. I returned to Warsaw where the pol tonal credit. Ask new i loan Agency xxx Ith respect to establishment of an intermediate agricultural credit system the committee proposed that Congress set up an Agency to Dis count Loans on livestock paper and on other agricultural commodities secured by warehouse receipts for terms of six months to three years. This xxx Ashington. D. Jan. 28.�?the United states is not hindering discouraging or seeking postponement of the Genoa economic conference it i declared on the highest authority j at the xxx Hite House it is said the 1 president feels hat the relation of the american government to the conference is different from that of other nations Ovrid for this reason it is difficult to determine the american pol j icy in reference to the meeting. Of finials would not comment on the Oming conference which ambassador Harvey will hold with Premier Poincare in Paris on monday. At the same time official denials were made of reports that the United escape starve i states would Send commissions of experts into Germany. Russia and Austria for a study of their economic conditions. It also was denied that president 1 Harding planned to Call any financial or economic conference in this country. President to fax a St. Viil report that Sumi bunks Mie Poi i Eli in. By associated press la ask a Xvi re xxx Ashington. D Jan. 28.�?president Harding it is said a the White House will investigate reports that Hanks in the West and he Southwest have been loan no Federal funds provided by the War finance corporation at rates which Are above tile Legal percentages allowed and which have been declared usurious. He usual rate charged for Federal Loans to Farmers and Stok raisers in the sections mentioned is 5 1-2 percent. It was said by the stoc k raisers have been charged rates varying from 8 to to percent and in Many instance commission has also been charged. Secretary fall it is said by a White House officials has made a report h i the situation to the , who immediately common leu with Eugene Meyer or. Managing director of the War finance corporation w to verified the report. Harvey a meeting with Poincare is off until monday. Ion of this i. Fit of his Horn w it car Rogeau Fon. T1 a Ald county it n Ither i in intr lie a from a tote a a it linty a it bet a ii that e has private Chicago priest shot by wine thief Dies them. J of new conference to write future rules of Rex Fra Rel Washington. D a. Jan. 2s.�?tie ground work for another International conference to re write the Laws of War for submarine and other Asen _ a. Des of attack on land and sea. Was by associated pres to based wire i completed yesterday by the arms do Chicago 111., Jan. 28.�?the Rev. Gates. Agency would be Given the right to Florian Chodniewicz pastor of St 1 under a Resolution adopted by Issue debentures Saleable in the open i Florence roman Catholic Church in armament committee preparations Market against paper on which Loans i South Chicago died last night the for the new conference will begin in had been advanced and to have its paper re discounted by the Federal Reserve Banks. Amendment of the Federal Reserve act to give the Reserve Banks Power to buy and sell with or without endorsement by member Banks notes secured by warehouse receipts for readily marketable non perishable agricultural Staples and livestock was recommended. The amendment urged for the farm land Bank act would increase the amount one individual is permitted to borrow from $10,000 to $25 too and would permit joint by associated press leased wire Vienna Austria Jan. 28�?the Cabinet of Chancellor 8chobr. Which resigned yesterday resumed office of Day with some changes in the list of ministers. Chancellor Schofer took Stock the portfolio of the Interior and or. Land Banks to Issue Bonds in an Leopold Hannet formerly minister of amount up to Twenty times their j agriculture assumed the foreign of parity. Restoration of representation fairs ministry. Victim of a Bullet fired by a burglar mediately upon conclusion of a no believed to have been seeking Sacra negotiations. The i not of rental wine. The shooting occurred state. Great Britain. Japan. In the Parish House. France and Italy will he represented of the american government will select austrian Premier that exact tim and place of meeting does a about face veterans Bureau to buy hospitals xxx Ashington d. C., Jan. 28�?the veterans Bureau is prepared to Purchase modern up to Date fire proof hospitals situated in any locality in i which Large numbers of disabled to Mer service men Are resident according to an announcement by director Forbes. 4 by pros leased wire Paris France. Jan. 28�?the con frence Between George Harvey american ambassador to great Britain and Premier Poincare pred used for Friday has be a postponed until monday Myron t. Herrick United states ambassador to France. Wil participate in mondays meeting. The net press run of the Republican yesterday Jan. 27th, was 5,780 watch it growth my. S 1 i the Way ii particular been Force can to think Tho est and fad a1 de Here can a it j in this Rase is it j he vim must reality Persem j a the Proser a the name of 1 i Kola. But by \ by a private \ attorney of jct i court and Lead i for re irly an i Active participation i Hie Slat a a attorney of Davison crime into court and helped i a v my Hen withdrew. For tune Forth he rime of tim ? i Cen entirely Iii he hands of prosecuting. Or. Giddings went into every detail of the Case dwelling upon practically All the evidence brought into the trial. A we. Not i it yesterday a he continued. A that the state Fried to Bush your anger against Barr. And thus to be fog your reason. But t wish gentlemen that we you 11 i Ting George of. Clifton Buek to Earth for i few a route. Now that ii is spirit of anger has cooled. In a Way he does speak to you through this record for at tim silence Speaks louder than words. Or. Clifton knew How this shooting incurred. But <1 id he. After the shooting say anything against Dale of tar did he entertain a though against Dale Barr. A knew what had provoked the shooting but to did not express q word against Dale Quot when Clifton was shot. Ii a ski a Bob Brown to go for a doctor if he feared the Barrs do you think he would have ask Brownf it go to Way and leave him there with them or. Giddings showed t a in Tony which disproved statements had by or Brown. A you men a Banco a $1 it bet on the truth of Rob Brown s testimony if there were any Way in which tim truth could i e har inf ution is asking yet cars of dal Bari life of the pro 1 30 or to it. A after disc Srog Young Barr history his mental sate and the fro that James Barr had brought the 1 to the Barr House and had set an eve ample for dab earlier in the in r by taking out his to frighten Clifton Awny. Or. Giddings 1 a a d that the testimony of the my person front the court House which tallied in practically every detail was Marbly framed up. Quot you would think those witnesses had b5n attending a school of instruction As to How to testify Quot or Giddings declared. Quot id like to know who Condu Tod that school. They were letter perfect in their parts. One after another they got up Here to testify against Dale Barr. Their testimony was so like in every detail that it proved it had been framed As no five people would report an exciting incident of that kind Iii exactly the same words and accents if they Hud not first been schooled and trained. Arguments of Many kinds tending to showing flaws in the state testimony were brought Forth by or Giddings continued on in age six v f
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