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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 1, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
City edition Mitchell South Dakota tuesday july i 1924 number 233talkralston stays at Home but a a itunes in Newy two planes Hep off from american territory in Tokio new York with 1100 j is invaded to destroy stars pounds cargo and stripes to Light White Way police making probe path. Acrons four Jef atop Pill ski. Of. F 4paxks� by shown by Brilliant Pari lament today con i illumination d emn America n excl Ston Apt Cleveland o., july _ Smith coast to coast air malt Tokyo Japan july pm num a fiver arrived Here from new j details the cutting Down York Al 2 8 p. Nan i a american to in the unit i states embassy compound today have a Quot it Ltd a a i a it Quot a a Quot a a had been Brou Erht t0 fight b a a schedule t4qip. Of lev War Hon a hundreds thousands names Are document taken to Washington ask reply this week rom it a Ryree Quot Quot Frow c it re ago wants expression from senator before Cleveland conference Washington d. C., july agreement has been reached by persons who have been urging senator la Follette Wisconsin to run for president to present to Bim probably this week a petition which they assert carries hundreds thousands signatures a a i Follette for president committee. Located in Chicago has charge the petition and w. Raleigh probably will make the presentation in Washington. Senator la Follett is expected to make a statement to the committee defining his position. Tho a Ommittee will have some association with the Cleveland convention which meet july 4. A and which is a i petted to nominal tie the Wisconsin in a Tor. Sihle presidential nominee a order which the 1924 Democrat tonal convention had set Wrhen Cess was taken late today tint Chis is the first transcontinental service in which planes have continued their flight during the entire 24 hours the former practice having been to Stop at relay stations during the night. To was stated by officials however that the new system was by no Means experimental. Regular schedules and zones have been Laid out they stated and will be maintained the year Rund. Two Start at new York Mineola l. T., july air planes each with a 650 Pound cargo. Ator Walsh said the Ohio delegation would hold a caucus before the night session to decide its immediate future course. The nine ballots taken during the Day saw Mcadoo a strength Wane with the defection the Missouri delegation and that John w. Davis increase As he received the solid 36 votes from Missouri and some additional scattering ones from other states. On. Alfred e. Smith new York held his own throughout the new yorker tells being branded. With letter k a it j Lorain decl ares ii nity h As had enough Charles Campbell Tai Penitentiary Toda death mrs. Bow Lorain spite the City off ties that account remaine total 7wavering belief several j la and military authorial Lorain s dead Are not for the list this morning the same As last night a i but the red Cross in the dead and wounded. Intern persons unaccounted Urf Clearing the wreckage e theatre under which sleeve Are a number Bod a stopped at 9 clock last pause the danger that an Youn _ american twp a _ _ second game St. Louis. A a. Of Cleveland. Kelp and severed Coveleskie and Myatt. Second game Boston. N Washington. G Quinn and 0&Quot\>ni Ogden and Tate. Pic St game St. Louis .200 002 ooo__4 13 it Cleveland. .013 200 oox_6 9 2 win Gard Lyons. Collins Vangilder and severed Chaute and Walters. New York .200 002 003�?? 13 0 Philadelphia too too ooo___0 ii 3 j those whose Homes were wrecked a Rill be buried from the several undertaking Parlours in the outlying sections the City that escaped the ravages the storm. Efforts thousands wreckers and Relief workers with hundreds trucks and wagons had not begun to scratch the surface As far As removing the millions tons wreckage is concerned. Loo i soldiers guard fifteen Hundred Ohio National guardsmen Are a in Possession the City. Practically All the work policing the City the search for More dead and most everything else except the clerical work in the City Hall has been taken Over by the guardsmen. Perhaps the majority 7.000 homeless have been taken care but the desolation is spread Over a wide area and no definite Check can be made a representative an Eastern in j Hoyt nil Yah i a Rij a hip a s Kins. First game j Boston too too 000�?1 6 ? Washington 010 too oox�?2 6 i i Piercy and Pic Lynlch Martina and i Rue i Chicago. 002 i Detroit. 3 Lyons. I Leverett e and Wirt. Col j Lins and Bassler National league Cincinnati. Oil too Chicago. 4. Too 310 Donohue and Sandburg Jacobs and Hartnett Brooklyn too too ooo-�?0 5 i new Oas i tit oots a 14 q depict . Greer and to get Berry Bentley and Snyder. Pella Delphi. 510 310 Boston. Too 080 03 Gatzner and wll Stryker North Benton. Lucas and Neill. Pittsburgh St. Louis. 00 Morrison and it nox Stuart Anil Gonzales. A woman to be placed in nomination for a place the a Mona ticket. North and South Dakota generally fair tonight and wednesday rising temperature now a Faar tonight and wednes Dav continued Coo tonight rising temperature wednesday. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Vat Crdal to 7 a. In. Today _ i Elf d in hum a Imi. Figure. O a be a Bragi m him Jig a ref i is but a Small fraction the total contending opinions that is prevent i loss $30,000,000. Frig selection a nominee for the Quot a j presidency. Conferences among the missionary slain j captains the rival Candida trial Washington. D. C., july 1 Camps resulted in a few minor shifts Rev. George Douglas Byers an am j that were to become apparent later Erica presbyterian missionary was As the balloting progressed but Noth-1 murdered june 24 at Kuchek Island ing had materially changed the Post Hainan according to information j tons the two leaders the Field received by the state department. J favorite sous and dark horses that s3 Alloo to lox John w v i a it Robinson i Smith 15. Mississippi 20, Glass 20. Missouri 36, Mcadoo 36. Montana 8. Mcadoo 7. Smith i. Nebraska 16, Mcadoo 4, Smith 3, c. It. Bryan 9. Nevada 6, Mcadoo 6. New Hampshire 8, Walsh a Mcadoo 3, Smith 4. New Jersey 38, Smith 28. New Mexico 8, Mcadoo 6. New York the maximum strength the corps cadets it West Point is 1338 continued Pige eight
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