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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 28, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages vol. Xxx the evening Republican City edition Mitchell South Dakota monday january 28, 1924. Number 102farmers asked for advice Parsons wife fights a Church Buzza roil leases on president May naval Reserve announce plan to be annulled self a fusion is blamed for Oak Park suit wife of Rev. a d. Case declare charges of parishioner Are All false says woman neurotic tilt minister is n Ami cd As Corn it Post it Ever in divorce it to on St tril same Tho Frt the Chr it to by Nua service Lim. Til Jan. 28.�?Only a Sny wife knows How eagerly people wait to pounce upon putt on of a minister of the knows from whence blown the of scandal leaving behind remains of a Good name knows Tho a a Church Buzzards if for a very scrap of gossip. L to she must be constantly c Lier husband against these s a most interesting sidelight ugly charges and intimations thing Rev. d. Case of Honable Oak Park Baptist be has been named co re in a divorce action filed Roll. Leland against Charon i mrs. Leland has signed a a confessions a in alleged of a relations. One Story. But mrs. Case s t of How just such situations bated is another husband would not visit a t a Parish Calls particularly a without taking me along c Many foolish and impress women in the world. My husband would not re woman in his study unless lha door was left open. There Are so Marc who jump at and now that the hint of scandal has come upon or. Case in spite of barriers it is to the men Tai scientist that or. Case goes for j i a defense. Mrs Leland is branded a neurotic Given a self delusion. And j such will he the evidence the de a Fence will present in court. The entire charge according to the i defense theory is based upon image a 3 i tire pm re of Relief soon in addition president Coolidge definite action is expected at is determined upon Don White House within next Hie prosecution 48 hours i scores killed by cold in Greece is report at Athens j Athens. Greece Jan. 2.�? score of j persons have been Frozen to death in the exceptional cold wave that pre. J a a i a throughout Greece. One roes Sige from Salonski ways that three Soldier and in civilians living in senators want suggestions on Relief needed looks for attorneys to meet Dawes today Der Canvas shelters have posture of died sex it Ila ass of former secret Ary Fali i May Carse further delay in Hua rings Cash for prosecutor Washington. Dec. Jan. 28.�?a Bill to make a fond of $100,000 available to president Coolidge for prosecution of the naval Oil snits was retorted by the House appropriation committee today at a ten minute session. Washington. C., Jan. 28.�?both the executive and legislative branches of the government moved today to i Ward the common end of seeking annulment of the naval Oil Reserve leases. While president Coolidge was in i d a Avo ring to a a Lect two nationally known lawyers to take charge of the prosecution of suits civil and plan to iat an Monet to Bank stockholders gets Serio s consideration con Frier Noe monday Washington d. A. Jan. 28.�? Star it a a All for a general conference on the Northwestern agricultural situation to be held in Washington beginning next Mon Day will he sent out within the i next Twenty four hours by president Coolidge. Meantime the first of the big farm Relief measures introduced at tills session of Congress was approved in principle by the j senat agricultural committee. It is the Norbeck burtness Hill proposing an appropriation of j $75,000,000 for the Aid of North we Tern wheat grocer in part id liar arid agriculture generally. Hirning we attend banker meets in East state Bank examiner in Chicago today will go on to w Ashington later rial. The whole subject came up for of president Coolidge discussion on the floor of the Senate i managing director mrs Charlotte Leland above who is being sued por divorce on charges involving a Oak Park minis ter. And Rev. Carl d. Case. The accused pastor who declares her charges Are a self Washington. H. C., Jan. 28.�? apr the Northwestern credit situation of Crimi a ruined a Large place in the attention today. Meyer of therefore the president announced mar finance corporation just re i at Midnight saturday the and Ninnis j turned from th0 Northwest Ai a mini j to ration a determination to act atone Quot. The commission sent to deter j senator Walsh Democrat Montana Blind what Aid the Federal govern i who has been Foremost in pressing ment might Render had an engage j the Senate Oil inquiry had prepared and the investigating committee had 1 i endorsed in principle a Resolution j authorizing the executive to act and i directing him to employ special noun fourteen die when cottage is destroyed in the Days of the Early Church the women would have been classed As a it a is cd of a perverse spirit which �>r�1 hallucinations this theory co nerds instead of mumbling an Leanta in. However the pastor today is flirting in court to Clear his name. Tis defense although unusual has i Impi support from psychopathic sex it err. \ a we have such cases of so Sterna i delusions every Day a says or. It a min j. Hickson superintendent Only in our of two families escape when leaking Gas is Diriex by explodes Pawtucket r. I Jan. 28.�?fourteen persons Are believed to have lost their lives either from asphyxia lion or from an explosion and fire in a. Two family cottage at Cumberland Hill. Manville Early today. The bodies of Michael Conway and of Siv members of the family of Ade lard Hamel were found in the ruin and seven other persons Are missing Conway a wife daughter and two psychopathic Hospital. Was a notable instal which seared a Honfi Scro severely Cut and bruised and the House wus destroyed. A w of years ago. A Man who i children and the a Case Severa had a wife had won the years a in was bringing suits against g Vernov the attorney general a m in other High state officials. A loved impliedly in the charges a id made. But they were never-ptir�1v b s be at d s family however re i us lha hallucination theory hour qualification. 1 Otto is not crazy or mentally re says her Mother. A that pm Ute. She is not weather forecast Michigan mostly Cloudy re tuesday probably Snow i hang in temperature. N generally Rair tonight a a a kept possibly rain in a sour beast Perron warmer West portion a a a a Gen Solly fair tonight to Lay warmer tonight. A a generally fair tonight and except probably rain to a a re my a ast portion some tonight in extreme East i warmer in North Central 1 Lakota generally fair to a tuesday somewhat warm d Der tuesday. 4 i Iko a generally fair to tuesday somewhat warm i Northeast portion cold Quot i in North portion. Generally fair tonight a it in somewhat colder toot t and Central portions nor in extreme Southeast i Vav a Al Ai temporal ures <1 minimum tempera a by lha official gov a meter from 7 a. In. In. Today was Emmet Conway upon Awakening this morning detected a Strong Dor i of Gas. He went to his Mother s i room and aroused her and then with his brother Thomas went to the cellar to iry to locate the leak. After be had opened the cellar door there was an explosion evidently caused by a Light in the hallway coming into can tact with the escaping Gas. The boys with their sister and Mother managed to make their Way out of the shattered House which quickly caught fire. Neighbors who rushed to the place found six members of Tho Hamel family lying dead in their Side of the House. The body of Conway was found in the cellar after the hire had been extinguished. It was believed that the bodies of the seven missing members of the Marnil family were in the ruins. More murders Are blamed on Aurora lawyer Lincoln said toll ave killed first wife is believed to be insane in. T Oday a a 19. Weather and roads the bulletin Are flied at 8 30 a. To daily by the Assn cited press re or arid roads. Foks 12 above Clear roads Aurora 111. V Jan. 28.�? a3 a the possibility that Warren j. Lincoln eccentric la Wyco Horticulturist. Killed his first wife More than a decade ago a entered his Case since his seventh confession last saturday led to the finding of the Heads of his second wife and her brother imbedded in a Concrete Block. That he might have been the Slayer of a. Huge Man whose body minus hands and with features obliterated by burning was found near Lincoln s Home also is being investigated. A third new Angle of the Case which has kept the police Here Busy Many months is the finding in Chicago of a Young married woman who says Lincoln was to have married her after each had obtained a divorce. Developments yesterday tended to strengthen the official opinion that i Coin is insane and that establishment of the Corpus Delict through finding the Heads of mrs. Lincoln and Byron Shoup have not brought him nearer the Gallows but instead hive pointed the Way towards a state j Hospital for the criminal insane. Roads fair. . Joseph Springer chief Coro 13 roads heavy i nerds physician of Cook county de i dared after talking an hour with Clear 20 roads fair. Lincoln that he should be placed in 0 above roads an Asylum without even being sent to la trial. Mitchell Clear it roads fair. Lincoln s first wife died a eel to take charge of the litigation. No pm it sit Ion expected this Resolution is similar to the j one introduced saturday by repro a tentative Garrett democratic Leader j in the House which will be called morning after the two had returned upon to act on the Walsh Resolution from a party three hours earlier of it is adopted by the Senate. . Garrett and other leaders anticipated j Little or no opposition to the resold Jan overdose of headache Medicine 1 Rons Aud no investigation was made. The investigating committee sus-1 officials said today that the ques Pended its inquiry for the Day be i Lincoln s mental condition j cause of the Senate discussion. Albert b. Fall who As Secretary Lin j of the Interior signed the leases to \ the Harry f. Sinclair and e. L. j hem interests and Thomas Johnson i Foreman of his ranch at three Rivers i n. M. Meanwhile Are Here for sex i lamination by the Senate committee j with reference to various financial transactions mentioned in the test Monys last week of Doheny. Archie Roosevelt. G. Wahlberg. Sinclair a j former Secretary and j. W. Zevely. J his personal counsel. Illness May delay hearing some doubt was Felt whether fail would be Able to appear tomorrow. With her in apparent Good health. It was reported she died after taking Tion of probably would be determined by expert alienist of Chicago after Lincoln is indicted Anc the Case is about ready for trial. Stedronsky of Wagner quits Congress race ment to deliver his re Nort and discuss with the executive plans for recapitalization of Northwestern Banks. Conference also were arranged by or. Coolidge with Gray Silver Wash i Ingfong representative of the Taneri a can farm Bureau federation representative Leavitt. Republican of Mon Tana and a committee of Montana i farm organizations representative. I and representative French. Republi-1 can of Idaho and representatives of j i the wheat growers association. Plans for the conference to he held j j later this week with Northwestern j i Bankers meantime were moved Forward by secretaries Hoover and Val i j lace. Coolidge studies plan a plan to make Federal Loans Avail i j Able to stockholders for re capitalize j r Sioux Falls s. D., Jan. 28.�?john Hirning. State Bank superintendent left yesterday for Chicago in company with m. Plin re by of Ipswich. Member of the state guarantee commission. To Confer with hankers relative to lha reorganization of the Sioux Falls Trust and savings Bank. The conference is expected to throw Light on How the in stir icon May be helped to recovery and will determine the extent of assistance to be Given by Chicago banker. Following the Chicago meeting. . Hirning expects to attend a conference called by president Coolidge to investigate the general situation in the Northwest and which it is expected will be attended by leading Bankers of new York. Chicago Washington and the Northwest. J the War finance corporation i Branch in Sioux Falls is handling application for Loans rapidly Achord Jing to r. A. Brownell Secretary in charge. He explained that service on i the Loans was subject to special sex i edition. They were passed on Here by the local committee and then forwarded to Minneapolis for action. a a a Tion of Banks in stringent credit areas particularly the Northwest is being studied by president Coolidge As i a Means of bringing quicker financial j convention Relief to that Section than would be j patience possible through formation of a private Syndicate of Bankers and financiers. The new proposal suggested by some members of Congress contemplates enactment of emergency legislation to permit a Federal Agency probably the War finance corporation. To Advance the funds for recapitalization on Hie personal notes of Radical stand rouses temper at Miner meet shows demoted controversy wage scale report due nine members ask Farmers to hold precinct meetings and give opinions Congress wants help it Gric Elter a lists Given two weeks i Nav hic to to take requested action Washington. C., Jan. 28�?farm-�rs of the Northwest we re called upon in a message sent them yesterday by a group of nine senators re pub lican. Democrats and framer lab Orsu to get together on the question of farm Relief legislation and Tell Congress jus what they want. A several so called Relief measure j for Farmers have Bren introduced in the present session of Congress. Knob of these Bills undoubtedly Bis some j Merit and some of them have been a widely advertised and a vast amount of propaganda has he in inaugurated although comparatively Little interest has been shown by the actual Farmers themselves. Some members of the committee on agriculture have wondered Why. Says the a Sage. A we believe the Norris Sinclair Bill will meet the situation help the farm ers and reduce the Cost of says the message. A we want your j opinion. A there is an imperative need of legislation which will tend to stabilize the Price of farm products and farming must by put on a paying basis. Congress has helped other industries. Why not agriculture. A is the situation serious enough and is the question of legislation of 1 enough importance to warrant the Farmers taking a Day off and getting i together to talk to he question Over j we believe it is. A Congress wants to know what the Farmers really want. Will you Tell i them j a Ivy a urge that meetings be held by j Farmers in Pat h precinct not later i than saturday. Feb. 9. A if you Are interested get together adopt resolutions sign petitions and Send them to Washington As soon a possible. Let u hear from the message was signed by senators in add and Frazier North Dakota Brookhart. Iowa i a Follette. Wisconsin and Howell Nebraska re a publicans Wheeler Montana and i Dill Washington democrats and Johnson and Shipstead. Minnesota. 1 Farmer labor. Withdrawal is conf Rai a to on of fusion of democrats and farm labor party Pierre s. P., Jan. 2 8.�?the first confirmation of fusion efforts under Way Between minority factions of the democratic and farm labor parties and the majority democrats came today with the formal withdrawal of John St cd of Wgner As the democratic proposal candidate of congressman from the first District. The action removes the Issue of congressman from the first District from As planned since his physicians said j the stockholders with the Bank Stock it would be practically impossible for him to go before the committee today. He has been confined to the j Home of Zevely Here since his a j rival from new Orleans last week. The Walsh substitute for the faraway Resolution. Which was made j Public last night charges that the Sinclair Teapot dome lease was executed without authority a tinder circumstances indicating fraud and Cor Senate action would be i confined to the Teapot dome trans-1 As collate a1. Early action of some j joking Forward to sort is expected since the president a calf committee. Is known to feel that Relief must be found quickly and the question of time is regarded generally As the most important consideration in determining a course of action. The belief prevails that or. Coolidge will decide within forty eight hours As to the policy to be followed. Large sums not needed nowhere was there any thought Indianapolis. Ind. Jan. 28.�? a3 a after a week in which the insurgent \ element in the United mine workers convention has taken a Large share in proceedings delegates generally were showing impatience Over fur a tiler controversy when the second week opened this morning and were the report of the i which will meet j operators feb. 11 to draft a new j wage agreement. President Frank Farrington of ll-1 i Lino is. W to Heads the scale commit j tee. Has indicated that lie will be ready to report by the Middle of this i week and those close to him have experts will seek plan to help Farmers agricultural Rody of Amer ican Bankers association Calls meet at Brookings the agricultural commission of the action at this time. It teas explained. J that a great amount of Money would because of the conditional offer by a required. Treasury officials have the primary election and sends j 1>0 in not through his counsel to re j insisted that lha credit situation in into the november election a it clearly convey to the government the least the Northwest could be cared for do fined contest Between in a. Chris i awarded to his company on the Call a Alfh comparatively Small sums Judi hour Day clause but would do this piously handled. They have Beld that j Only As a Concession to the insure the additional Money which would by gents. Rest information was that in minority hat my i la by Felt in i it Nithe i it Uiman it the breach through the j the committee does not Hope foray Ven Ira a a prediction thai his committee w ill recommend that i renew american Bankers association Lias a1 of the present contract be demand j called a meeting at Brookings Tomor de for a term of four years instead 1 Row for the purpose of trying to Star of from year to year As at present. J rive at some plan whereby the was also rumoured that the com i ers May be a of direct Aid to the farm Mitten might include a demand for a. Ers of the state in tiding them Over Twenty percent increase and a six till present time of financial Strin to Pherson of Sioux Falls. Republican j f Orn let Reserve and incumbent and a k. House of a Candida the. Mousie qualified also As minority democratic candidate but failed to qualify As majority Farmer labor candidate. At the last general a Lection the total Republican vote for congressman from the first District was 32,2i>0. Against a combined total of 32.602 for democrats and nonpartisan group now the Farmer lava or party. That the majority Farmer labor group is determined to resist a fusion was indicated today by the appointment by a. L. Put urn of Timber . Chairman of this party of Thomas 1. Arnold of Aberdeen As proposal candidate for attorney general in place of o. M. Burch who failed to qualify. This places Arnold on the Farmer labor ballot against Mark w. A she afe jr., of Watertown minority candidate. Veteran Bureau would identify Dakota Indian thrown into the proposed private Syndicate or As now j thing but a renewal of the present is suggested through government i wage scale for mind workers and sex Loans would serve not Only to provide tension of the present working con i operating funds but to restore conf i editions. Daughter of head Reserve Bank of Boston ends life Lear. Ira roads Good. is roads fair. Ear. 22 roads fair. Clear 14 roads fair. It Lear 22 roads Good. Cloudy 20 roads heavy us Clear to above roads fall min Sioux Pierrr Gnu u1 St. Good. Hum w Jan docked. Watertown of Takato Clear fair a Lear. I Clear Boston. Mass., Jan. 28.�?a finding of suicide was reported by acting medical examiner we. J. Brickley today in the Case of miss Margaret Eliot Harding daughter of w. G. Harding. Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Miss Harding died at the Harding Home on Beacon Street last St u Day. Ill health was the probable cause of the suicide or. Brickley said. Sale of Shoals to Southern Combine proposed in Bill Washington. O., Jan. 28.�?a Bill authorizing acceptance of the offer of a grou of Southern Power companies for the leasing of the muscle Shoals nitrate and Power plants was introduced today by representative Hull Republican. Iowa. A member of the one House military committee Minneapolis. Minn., Tan. 28.�?arthur Green Little Swift South Dakota. Indian who is trying to prove that he is Arthur Frazier a world War Veteran reported killed in France will be taken to Rochester. Minn., to confront men who served with Frazier in the army it was Learned Here today. Frazier who arrived Here Tolay from Winner s. In will be Given an aha native examination by physicians of the veterans Bureau. I c. Hibbard director of the by i Reau stated that Frazier served in a Minnesota National guard company at Rochester before going into a re i placement division for foreign a re j ice. Hibard vill Send him to Roches ter to see if former . Can j identify him. Later. Hibbard said. Frazier will i be taken into a Hospital for treatment in an attempt to restore his Dot memory. ?.-.i. Students confess to postal robbery at Missoula. Mont. I do nce As Well. The proposal is one of the results of it j the series of conference held a i week ago Between Chicago and other i Middle Western Bankers and the four Federal officials Henry m Dawes comptroller of the currency George a James and j ii. Cunning him of the Federal Reserve Board Ani Eugene Meyer. . Managing director of the War finance corporation designated by the president to study the situation. Today set aside As Day of homage for dead miners Senate acts on nomination 0fw.s.Hill i Washington d. C., Jan. 28.�?fa-j Vocab la reports we or ordered today the Senate Commerce committee on the nomination of Frederick t. I Thompson of Alabama William s. Hill i of South Dakota arid pert e. Haney i of Oregon to be members of the ship i Ping Board. Johnston City. Ill. Jan. 28 a a pro. A to claymation issued today by May a w. A0w Jui tid of i to h. Grant of this City sets aside for j Public Observance the Date of Jan. J 28 in homage to those miners who lost their lives in the catastrophe j i which occurred in the East Side col i Liery of the Crerar Clinch Coal com j a nyx mine. When in explosion caused a i the death of 32 miners and the Aej j pc re injury of eight others Friday of i last week. I officials working in the interests off the Illinois mind workers today com a plated their first Days investigations j into the cause of the explosion. Further investigations will be made today. Butte. Mont. Jan. 28.�? Robert Ackley 19. butt it. A. Heller a i of Boston and Bernard Quesnell. 21, Oft Kalispell mont., students of the uni i verify of Montana at Missoula Are j under arrest in that City charged Writh robbing the Missoula Post office last night of $35,000 currency. The Money had been consigned from Spokane to the Missoula Trust company. The three students confessed according to Post office officials and declared they had concealed the Money under a Bridge Over the Missoula River. The Money was later recovered. Whole Block Burns in Medina n. At Early hour sunday cents in Cost of gasoline ordered Pittsburgh. A. Jan. 28.�?an in crease of two cents a gallon in the i Price of gasoline effective today was announced by the Atlantic refining company. Motor Grade fuel will still j at service stations in Pennsylvania and Delaware at 22 cents a gallon. J exclusive of the state tax of two cents a gallon. Son of fugitive King of House of David passes away Gen by. The Coni Mission has asked that members of the executive Council of the South Dakota Bankers association representatives of the South Dakota farm Bureau federation and j agricultural specialists from the state agricultural College at Brookings 1>� t present at the meeting. Arrangements j for the session have Bern in the hands inf l. J. We Tab Mitchell. So cry tary of the state Bankers association. According to or. Welch. If Otis. Madison wis., director of the Agri cultural commission of the a. A a and Burton m. Smith also of Madison j chairman of the commission and i Fred ii. Irish. Fargo. N. D., a. B. A. Council representative for the ninth Federal Reserve District will attend i the session from outside the state. To i is expected that. Practically the a a tire j executive Council of the state Bank ers association will also attend Gunderson is summoned to capital Mee Benton Harbor. Mich. Jan. 23.�? i third with la. Lieutenant governor Gar Gunderson has received a Telegram from c b. Slemp Secretary to president Coo Lidge inviting him to attend the conference of Bankers and leading Agri a cult rights of the Northwest at Washington d. . Next monday and do i dared today that ii would attend the meeting. While in Washington. . Gunderson will also attend in Oor a Green on Secretary Wallace a plan i for the improvement of Market con i editions in the Northwest. Chamonix Finland Writh Only three men entered won first Honor in the olympic Speed skating events j Writh 48 1-2 Points. Norway was Sec Jond with 29 1-2 Points and Merica Jamestown x. A. Jan. 28.�?an in i Coy Purnell. 40 years old. Son of Ben tire Block of funding on the West Jamin Curneil. Fugitive a a King of the Side of the main Street of Medina was House of David Colony died at Shiloh completely destroyed by fire which House his fathers Home late Sun started Early sunday morning a j Day following a lingering illness a cording to word received Here today j Grav ated by pm Sumonia. His death the loss is estimated at $100,000. J was made known today. Grand Beach. Reilly Coleraine. Minn., took first honors in the class a events at the annual grand Beach ski club tournament. Freidah Sundh grand Beach was first in the triads b Avonia
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