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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 30, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota Ten page3 vol. Xxx the evening Republican City edition Mitchell South Dakota wednesday january 30, 1924. Number 104 love can to Bridge class says labor Premier attorneys on secret wedding. Wants to end Job in Teapot is made Public Only at grave gah Joy says a a Good Bye daddy sobs neglected wife As clods fall her life was bitter to rat str i Ora Forfar ii i up >1 Arri age secret Vij it on a Vav mtr ass to Milton Bro War i v staff correspondent. I Jan. the mourn in silence by death. A lowering the coffin Oxnard Lumbar War Heio r a Little figure path cd in cheap Black edged rough the richly Garbe i. Get tied to Stop her. Rut therein her. She pushed her he grave and cried a Wjk no my place beside the r re nip Rem i ight. The dead j Ltd v a grew deadlier. None j i halves knew h a r ate. The mourners j. It a perked. But one remained. A can fun in place a Small Bunch. ,.f i it on the French breach dome scandal Macdonald attempts to re i Silas h. Strawn one Cool sume negotiations where Edge appointees is already Baldwin broke off in the harness Poincare sympathetic Gregory on the Way Twenty million monday session Quot ass is at White House to be epochal Mac Donald in conciliation Noth off frs to Ai Ket i i tvs r i Oyster half Way Ken at proof Oil ask probe fax goes or to Friday Doheny is Back ebbed saws mrs. Kitty Lambart a and her Raby Joy. A Good Bye s All. For it was the a tragedy As Grinner cd in fiction a i who married out Vav Ai Chicago. I la in Bart ran a Kitty i amhara told net when i was Given emitter we were quietly to wanted to keep our. Ref so that he would fall train legacies. In bitterness began. I was it i had to hide my wed a a i was married. But my i kept the fact hidden. I was j. But he continued to be the j preventatives re i the hired waitress. my feelings w Hen some Imi lady friends came in and i pertained. And i waited on d . He spoke to me cold merely just As he would to any employee. E he fined me for leaving on a table n in fell ill and his relatives in away to a private Hospital he did a time his relative sent me is a week. After his death i a i remittance 5 hat the future holds for Kitty n s search for a jobs and memories. I pm tipi is on this a. Quot so that others May be he suffering i have to in Relief plans for made is claim by t Hirning. In Chicago. Fikes to i sctt is result j conferences 111. Jan. 30�? 0 a re financial interests and the state banking department South Dakota in Chicago yesterday ostensibly for conferences with local Bankers on the stringent credit situation in the Northwest were understood to have outlined Relief measures they propose to offer for the j the government s j Washington next Mon qua . Federal land Bank St. J Paul j. F. Reed. President farm 1 Bureau federation St. Paul Walter i Reid. Managing director Amenia Sheron land company. Amenia. N. J Roger Sheppard. St. Paul Benj Jamin Sommers president g. Som mers company. St. Paul c. W. Web , Minneapolis and Fred b. Wells 1 Minneapolis. Coulte fears fraud because Federal Aid London eng., Jan. 30.�?prime minister Macdonald recently sent a personal letter to Premier Poincare in which he expressed a Dewire for a settlement the difficulties Between j great Britain and France and for a j Complete Anglo French understand-1 ing. And Poincare replied sympathetically according to statements printed by the daily Telegraph and the daily express. By this action the new head the British government picked up the thread Franco British relations at the Point where it was broken after the interview Between or. Baldwin and Premier Poincare in Paris last autumn says the daily Telegraph. The letter says the newspapers remarked with perfect Candor that relations Between the two countries Washington Cd Dan. 30.�?a proposal to bar As special government counsel in the naval Oil cases any person who has been connected with any Oil company As counsel or other i a. Was offered in the Senate today by senator Mckellar. Democrat Tennessee. New York. X a. Jan. j than Twenty million persons in Ger i Many will be com Pietla dependent on outside Charity during the latter part i March and Early april according i to a report received today by the j american committee for Relief i German children. Cyrus in. Keen who made the report from Germany declared that according to leading dutch hankers and industrialists there would he before Spring a a developments in the 1 hunger problem in Germany Unwar a alleged in the history Western Civ conference on Western situation most important meeting its kind Dakotas Are invited Coolidge is determined. Says Authier to fora through Relief plan s Republican s Washington Bureau. 301 Albee building Washington i cd Jan. 39. A Washington C., Jan. 30.�? a a a the governments first affirmative action toward prosecution the naval Oil cases was taken today while j the Senate was debating the Walsh annulment Resolution. President Coolidge conferred at length with Silas h. Strawn who with Thomas w. J Gregory will act As special govern Menf counsel and immediately afterwards or. Strawn began the col Lection evidence. Brookings meet evolves plan to Aid Farmers Amox. However. Is inform Al. And statement session is withheld Brookings. S. A. Jan. 30.�?definite a ged ref. Al Thier with the publication today the names the men whom president i Coolidge Aims to have present at the Northwestern agricultural conference next monday goes the Realiza lion the fact that the first definite step to actually grapple with the j farm situation has been taken by tha i new Man in the White House. South Dakota men invited to attend the monday meeting Are Lieut gov. Carl Gunderson. Mitchell a Eggers. Sioux Falls president the South Dakota wheat growers asst elation l. Kelso president the i South Dakota farm Bureau feelers had ceased to be As Friendly As. Formerly and that Public opinion i just he for it the Senate renewed its in great Britain viewed the French floor it la scum a Ion. Thoi investigating policy with a certain degree suspicion. The prime minister then Accord Rig to the daily Telegraph expressed a willingness a a to meet Poincare half Way in an attempt to achieve a final Complete and Clear he also voiced the Hope that French government in the same conciliatory spirit would be ready to discuss All outstanding questions. M. Poincare answer asserts the newspaper was awaited with some anxiety lest the approach should not have been Well received. Rut it seems that the answer was sympathetic giving Rise to a Hope for a better atmosphere for a discussion troublesome issues Between the two nations. committee heard four physicians testify that the present condition former Secretary fall would not warrant his appearance at a Public hearing the committee then decided to Send a medical commission its own to examine him. Doliny bark in Capitol Elk l. Doheny reappeared at Thea a. Tion Ardmore Ani a. Kopperud. Pres plan to Aid agriculture in South a the South a Yakou a Bank a Kola were outlined at an Lff Ronam association meeting Here yesterday Bankers the has gone slowly in Farmers and other interested person the a problem As Well he might but his the Steps taken at the gathering will j Minfu a clearly made up now. Tip not be made Public until they have does not mean lie has All the details been developed further it was an i in hand. These Are to be worked bounced lout by experts but the president has it was said however that the pro done one great thing in this Conner Gram agreed on would materially As Hen. He has seen the relationship bist in the return prosperous farm it Between the Western problem and Fng conditions in the state. No re that the nation he has advert committee room during the morning options were passed and no official j the fact that the Eastern problem land requested that the committee1 action was taken at the meeting but j i predicated largely on the capital fur hear him. But adjournment was taken j it was said by participants that Satis Niche by Tho West and that the time until Friday without his being placed factory results will uni % to Quot appreciate the fact by by the agr stemming the tide the a Wall Street has wildest Day when steel cuts Melon on the stand. He did not announce the purpose his return to Washington. At the House end the Capitol. The naval committee began a hearing the conference called cultural commission the american Bankers association was attended by three members the commission representatives five farm or on the disposition made Royalty a animations members the agr Pirc h stoc k firer farm loan fund Bill Mist be safeguarded he says new York. N. Jan. 3�.�?one the wildest Stock Market sessions in recent years took place this morning j when thousands buying orders a Fargo n d., Jan. 30.�?every nos beaded As a result the declaration Sill precaution will be taken to Safe j a 11 Fra dividend 50 cents on guard Farmers against fraud and poor i common Stock the United Stock when they borrow from the j stares steel corporation initial gains up Quot $50,000,000 revolving farm loan fund a be issues ranging from i to to i Points. J the Firat Sale United stated j steel common which was not recorded for several minutes because the consideration conference at Day. Local hankers who Are known to j he keenly interested in assisting the i South Dakota institutions denied that any formal Sug cations for Liot had been put Forward by re j fund is passed or. John Lee preventatives o tha state. In Rev a aul ter president the North a rat quarters there were indications Kota agricultural College and joint that Little anything won be done i a other the Bill now receiving the in the direction re organizing consideration president Coolidge Tinct Hanks until after the washing declared Here today. To in your own class a love a rat. A a to Nannt Bridge the difference working girl and an Aris = Devotion to her husband reread cannot overcome tid ices to. Columbus College president resigns a a for Parish duties ton meeting. Among those participating in yesterdays discussions were state banking commissioner Hirning and Rural credits commissioner Henry South Dakota. Local officials the War finance corporation and the governor the Chicago Federal Bank declared Thev knew nothing the meetings Here they did not participate they said conferences Between local banking interests and representatives Northwest Hanks will continue today. Or. Hirning said. Or. Hirning admitted that Confer accumulation orders was 7.00ft shares at 10$, or 2 3-4 above yesterday s Clos. the opening the steel Post was or. Coulter made this statement to combat what he declared to he Quot expressed fears by Farmers that thin j surrounded by scores wildly shout measure will result in dumping a lot ing and gesticulating brokers. It was i scrub Stock onto the Farmers j nearly ten minutes after trading bottle 1 Sun before an opening Price could a these or. Coulter said. Be decided upon. Upwards 50,000 a Call attention to the fact that some shares steel changed hands in the scrub stuff has already been dumped first half hour. By unscrupulous in who have Tak j in advantage the big Campaign to j increase the Dairy cows sheep and hogs on our farms to exploit the Farmer a Confidence that the government j would appoint a committee consist i ing Only successful Farmers and the atm Lovinger named new president state clothiers oils from the Doheny and Sinclair leases with Navy department officials As witnesses. Besides the Walsh annulment Resolution passage which is expected j j today the Senate has on its wait-1 ing list resolutions asking far remove j Jai it Secretary Denby and attorney i general Daugherty one proposing to j reassert title to Oil land in Californi a held by Standard Oil and one appropriating $100,000 for the court prosecutions amended today in com-1 Mittee to provide that the special j counsel employed must be confirmed by the Senate. Organization the Strawn Gre a gory Campaign will await the arrival i Thomas w. Gregory. Attorney i general in the Wilson Cabinet will conduct the prosecution jointly with or. Strawn. The Ders Arr corms i let the the president or. Strawn said were to proceed in accordance with the executive statement last saturday Midnight. This statement declared counsel would be instructed prosecute these cases in the courts. So that there is any guilt in will a punished there is any civil liability it will a enforced there accordingly Bankers. Transportation Heads and insurance representatives from the East and West Are invited to participate the specific plan which the president has in mind is to refund the paper with which the Western Banks and the Eastern insurance companies Are cluttered. The business interests who rely upon that i Section the country for their pros parity Are invited to lend a hand. Transportation representation at the conference Means that the subject freight rates is included on the a in Jda this gathering. The session promises to be the most important gathering its kind Ever held. The Teapot pome scandal May intrigue the imagination but real economic and political potentials Are involved in the Western conference. In the meantime while them Follette group senators is clamouring Minneapolis. Minn., Jan 3h.�? a for the Ferris Sinclair Bill legislative Thor Frazier Winner. S. A. Made Relief the Senate committee on agr who. Another step Forward today in Bis at i culture yesterday reported out Tho tempt to prove to the War depart Noia it Eek Burthen Hill. Which proposes ment that he is not dead when he to appropriate $50.om.ooo to provide j recognized colonel William t. Moi ii the Western farms with two Dairy Only directions received from son. His former commanding officer. T vows where one grew before or one cultural committee the South Dakota banker a association and the president and leading specialists the South Dakota state College. Frazier Calls his colonel by name on sight and recalled incidents connected with i Dairy cow where none or a. His service at Camp Cody. N. M Mollison also recognized Frazier Frazier who is suffering from loss Quot to memory believed to be the result Shell Shock is Endea Vorng to establish Contact with the ast in order to prove to the War department that he was not killed in France As re s any fraud it Hill be revealed and ported j is my o s Jan. 3 0.�? Signor p l Mona get Columbus College tied and Wil take up at Beresford s. P., it at the College today. In needed by Rev. A. F. Beresford. The change Ive february j. A o fall . S a. Jan 30�?joe Mitchell. Want a elected 1 a Onmon i a. K a a loin t i re not i i Erst ton at the second Day it cd by r. Oui the annual meeting Here today. Char Rowel demurrer in War fraud Case upheld by court Jan. 30.�?th the District contained demurrer we., former assistant War. And six others in a cases growing out a or War time Eaton i enc had been held yesterday on the representatives toe livestock a situation and that these would be j apartments the agricultural Sioux j continued but said he could not an-11� have Power to pass on the Purchase Loving i ounce the nature the conferences that will he Nade under the Provis i president the South Dakota cloth or whether any Progress had been a is r the Bill passed by . Oth made. Was further express ter Lea Small a the plans Quot he co tinned a a pro Vire specifically for Ood Lech my a Vinny Mohr idec animals which will produce the he to. F. A a in i r Ann ii or. results on the average farm the farm poll.,. T Plankinton was re elected be Crefars or need not fear regarding those sir Narv j treasurer. Points there will he great care exerciser in the selection the animals a o off cast la a Hen it ight itch a Hange in tem o me to hat urn Sej a Barde Donnelly i Urs Darday id weather and roads Rrt Huffins arc filed at 8 30 a. V and. By who a Soso a Ted Png is f5ric�?T> it roads fair Roar a a pork foggy 20 above a Buff a by. Cd Huron minks is . 23 roads fair. Cd Lear. 22 roads Good. Lear 29 roads Good. Lear 28 roads fair. t . 22 roads fair. a Arrn tar 31 roads Good. In Quot Loudy 22 roads Good. A. U 1y. 33 roads heavy. Mwn., 30 roads fair. Tar "6 roads 00d blocked Clear 27 Abov my Coolidge invites eighty to White House session Washington a. Jan. 30.�?invitations have been issued by president Coolidge to More than so representatives interests affected by the agricultural situation in the Northwest meet in conference Here next monday to consider and advise on measures Relief. The names those invited to attend follow j. F. Bacon grand Forks n. P., Julius h. Barnes president the i we cd states chamber Commerce Washington John t. Baxter Northwestern life insurance company. Minneapolis j. M. Bell Wash Burn Crosby company. Minneapolis Norman Black Fargo x. A c. K. Blan Din St. Paul o. E. Bradfute american farm Bureau federation. Washington Cyrus p. Brawn president. First National Bank St. Paul South some Ralph Budd president. Great nor a portion to j them railway. St. Paul John r. A tonight Coulter president North Dakota a Nomen. Ricu Tural Fargo William and probably Dean. Nichols let Ean and Gregg St. I Paul e. A. Decker president Northwestern National Bank Minneapolis i Northern Pacific railway. St. Paul George e. Puis. President North Dakota wheat growers association grand Forks c. F. Eggers. South Dakota wheat growers association Sioux Falls c. W. Gordon. Gordon and Ferguson company a St. Paul Carl Gunderson Mitchell s. In l. . Hanna former governor North Dakota o. T. Jaffrey Soo line Minneapolis George c. Jewett wheat growers association Minneapolis h. V. Jones Minneapolis. A i. Kelso president South Dakota Bankers association Webster e. J. Lait try. Grand Forks. N. In p. J. Foeman vice president first National Bank. Minneapolis a. Loring. Pillsbury flour company. Minneapolis v. L. Mcgregor merchants National Bank Crookston j Minn. A. J. Mcinnes president j farm Bureau federation. Valley City n. A. M. Marshall. Duluth. Minn. B. Mills. Midland National Bank. Minneapolis Frederick e. Murphy publisher Minneapolis Tribune a. L. Ordean president. First National Bank Duluth George h. Partridge. Minneapolis l. A. Power. Leonard. N. George h. Prince. Merchants National Bank St. Paul m. R. Potter. President. North Dakota bunkers association Minot n. Ju., e. G. Belle four Che was elated first vice president r. H. Second vice weather May postpone big ice unless rink cd be pit in condition Date will be or anger to eeb. 16. Unless there is a decided change in the weather before tomorrow evening nine directors were named a follows t. J. Foadick. Sioux Falls Ben Katz Yankton e. J. Sutton Madi Json m Friedman. Redfield Sam j Salmenson. Aberdeen Raymond i be. Watertown Charles Koepp. Huron hoi Mer Bakken Platte and. I Kratz. Murdo. I the convention will continue i through until tomorrow night. I a Kopperud names special body to attend sessions Sioux Falls. S. D., Jan. 30.�?a i Kopperud Webster. S. D., president ment All evidence that it has collect there Are any contracts which Are illegal they will he or. Strawn also made appoint j men to to Confer today with members the Senate investigating commit i tee and to secure from the depart a 1 . Is lawyer standing or Strawn is a former president the Illinois bar association and the Chicago Rar association and is at present chairman the com Mittee on Legal education the american bar association. Both Are expected to Confer Goth a or upon the arrival or. Gregory the latter part the week and in the Light the evidence which his he was sent to Rochester. Minn., today where a Large number men who served with him at Camp Cody will attempt to identify him Sisseton Man charged with embezzlement How 0i Ever this amiable measure Relief sought by the Minneapolis hankers struck a Snag when senator Pat Harrison. Democrat. Miss Lippi. Attai a eci a rider to it in committee providing for the appropriation another $25,000,000 to put Dairy cows in the Cotton field.4 the South. Dairy raws a to substitute for wheat in the North. Senator Harrison can be no reason Why they should not take the place too much Cotton in the South and thereby interfere with the operations the Bol Weavil. Senator nor Heck who had agreed to report the Hill to the Senate threw up his hands when the Cotton Belt got in ifs work and the Bill will be handled by Ladd North Dakota. Townley hearing is delayed till records arrive Sioux Falls. A. Jan. 39.�?<x. Klein cashier the guaranty state been adduced through the Senate in Hank Sisseton was arrested today vent Gati on and in other ways deter j in Watertown on a charge a nine what action shall be taken and Bezz Lement Between $50,000 and in what form especially As to bring too from the Federal farm loan ing civil or criminal actions. Theban forgeries. Fargo. N d., Jan. 30 a a a Frau the demand by both prosecution and defense additional records now a Carrington. N. The preliminary hearing Arthur a c Townley founder and former president the two will hold equal rank and to them will be left the selection Oft heir Legal staffs. At the White House where an it St alleged that Klein made Appl National nonpartisan league and cat for Loans to in the Sisseton District and when the papers receipt arrived he is said to have in. Unc ement the appointments was appropriated the Money a re forged the papers warmer in West mostly fair tonight somewhat colder portion. Rem in rat ii Rev ii ii Niue tempera-1 yesterday to 7 a. by the official n o in e t r. The mid Winter in . Planned i South Dakota Bankers a Sartor february 2. Will a Post i Atli a today announced the composed for two weeks w e. Webb. J"1preventative Bankers Park superintendent and director 1 is Sta to attend the con Community service said today. The a rence at feb. 4, As Reward weal r has Knelt a til ice so v i evident Coolidge to and much that to rink at Hitchcock Park. V on remedial measure in the anywhere the is to a staged is i Cultura and financial situation in in no condition for skating and it Northwest. The committee Fol cannot he put in shape unless the Fred b. Stiles Watertown temperature drops. A re Wentzy rapid it Quot Ity entries for the Are to be Keef a. Ipswich . R. Kibbee Mit in by tomorrow evening at 5 30 and 1 a Bell to. L. Baker. Sioux Falls w. Entry lists have been placed at Thea Frau Chamberlain. Greene. I three skating rinks in the City As Miller r. B Ldredge. Pierre Well As at the school buildings so that George c. Griffin. Clark and V. Those wishing to a ter the contests Mckinney Sioux Falls. May have the Opportunity placing o their names on the lists. Furies also May be made by calling 2839 or 2484. Made orally it was indicated that or. Straw a and or. Gregory would serve under the Resolution pending in Congress and be paid from funds provided in a special Resolution in Cash the resolutions Are adopted. In such cases it was said. Senate con i urination the appointments would be asked. On the other hand by Aryl Chance at present unforeseen the Reso hit ions should fail final adoption. The two counsels it was said would serve probably As special assistant attorneys general operating under the department Justice and be paid from the funds appropriated for that department. W Hite House views was said to be that Senate confirmation would at least be unnecessary. officers think he May have taken the Money to alleviate by conditions in the Bank and not for hrs own be. Venizelos is 111 condition causes much uneasiness John j. Hastings former president and general manager the consumer United states company charged with tote embezzlement $72,903.23 the stores company a funds which was begun yesterday before judg Leigh j. Monson will be continued today. The records in question include meetings the company which a demanded in order to definitely a a tie a controversy which arose during the hearing this afternoon Over the officers and directors the Consumers stores company at the alleged embezzlement is said to have taken Pla tee. In 1918. Indiana governor Athena. Greece Tan. 39.�?10 a the condition Premier Venizelos. Who was stricken ill during a heated debate in the National Assembly yes Kiel 1i> i a in til latter event the ter Day Surh As ,.au,. Ranee adjudged a it anal up Tion All engagements for 19 Dav. It a o r he wife has been summoned from wife Paris. The attack which took the form heart trouble is said by to have resulted fro Mhz extremely nervous condition amounting to a most a breakdown american experts reach Berlin for reparation quiz administration mine workers wins test strength smallest living babe makes hard struggle for life democrats plan investigation roads Berlin. Jan. 30.�? 0 a the first expert reparation commission under its american chairman brigadier general Charles g. Dawes reached Berlin from Paris last night. There was no official reception at the railway station when the delegates alighted from the regular express and the committee immediately loved to a hotel. Fort Worth Texas. In. 39�?a baby girl weighing scarcely three quarters a Pound and believed to be the j smallest living child in the world i making a hard fight to live in baby Hospital Here and much to the Asj Tonisha it the City a medical pro Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 30.�?up a a session. It is thought she will win her unofficial tabulations gave the and Battle. The Stork left twin girls at ministration forces the United the Home or. And mrs. M r. Wat mine workers America a majority 119 votes on the Roll Call the delegates to the biennial convention and retained to the the appointive Powers the organization. The unofficial vote was 2.120 votes in favor retaining the present Section the Constitution Thich permits the to j administration to appoint organizers and other official and 2,001 against. Son. Monday afternoon at five clock. The first born weighed one Pound and six ounces and died tues by morning. The other twin was pushed to the baby Hospital where it is being kept in an incubator. Physicians declare that the baby a breathing is regular and that so has the color a healthy Well developed babe. By Federal master Frankfort ind. Tan. 30�?governor Warren t Mccray is adjudged % bankrupt in the port Harry c Sheridan. Cd ral master in chancery who recently conducted hearing on the petition rho fort Wayne Hanks the report was mad Public Here today. In the report or. Sheridan held that Mccray is not a Farmer nor a labourer and therefore not exempt from the Federal Laws governing in a voluntary bankruptcy voc Edinga. U. S. Shipping body Washington A. Jan. 30.�?democratic leaders in the House announced today they would attempt to have a special committee appointed to investigate the affairs the shipping Board. Obok hearing postponed Washington A. Jan. 30.�?because the absence senator Reed. Democrat Missouri the Senate tempted to Kidnap Grover Cleveland committee investigating the Bok Bergdoll. In Germany has in released from prison by the German government the state department we Adiv aed today. \ Man who tried to Kidnap Bergdoll freed by germans Washington. A. Jan. 30�?corliss h. Griffin the american who at peace award held no session today. It is planned to resume hearings tomorrow

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