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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 14, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve Page the evening Republican. We v Vul Mitchell South Dakota monday. I h y h in 243 Davis sister to help run Campaign spinster plans Celebration in nominees Home Clarksburg people say she will have voice in his management Tell boyhood tales parents of democratic Nom i Nee. Like Cool does were religious and strut i by Nea senior Clarksburg. Va., july 14.�? John a Quot Davis will have his National j Campaign managers and District Campaign managers but his sister is going to have something to say about the Campaign in his birth town. She is Emma k. Davis a woman of j forceful personality. Friends Here predict that although Shell have no title in the democratic army Shell j take full command Here. Before her return from new York she had telephonic conferences with friends Here advising them How to j proceed. It May be noted that they j followed her directions explicitly. Aji a a 11 i. do. M1. 5 in for Vii it no Titi i a a i n or j Burg As her brother and friends take the Liberty of inferring to her i As a Emma no one however j Haa heard her so called to her face. Family Uke Coolidge a a there is a striking similarity be to Freen the background of Calvin Coolidge and John w. Davis. Both Are from families of deep religious con i a actions. John Davis Grandfather of the democratic nominee used to gather his slaves into his Home sunday evenings at Clarksburg and Lead them and his family in prayer. His religious Zeal was passed on to John j. Davis. His son who. Was a lie largest contributor to the Central presbyterian Church in Clarksburg. J he was so Active in its founding and i Lafollette to Surprise East Authier says declares Bryan can to get progressive vote for Davis Tell s in Xvi mrs. Coolidge recovers from death Strain / Battle of Nebraska As Dawes began in Lincoln Hach vice president Al nominee will seek Statt Washington. C., july 14.�?returning from a week end cruise aboard the Mayflower president Coolidge found no engagements awaiting him. He. Will take a Day or so of rest from the Strain incident to a Ute death Ami is Erato str Eclis of a his son Calvin. Mrs. Coolidge was described As having returned from the week end trip much stronger the change of scene having done much to relieve her mind of the thoughts of last week. Bootleggers Davis agrees foe made into human Torch to concentrate on mid West georgian i saturated with approves suggestions of Spray of liquid when Walsh and Vrooman to Quot totally burned a a to i re if i. _ occur i Ai Iii Rule victim relates tale begins work today miss Emma a. Davis sister of John w. Davis. Will. Have a lot to say about How his Campaign for the presidency is conducted in his Home town Clarksburg w. A. I Fin time Chapel a1 Aid rred a Davis Toh strict. Hilt Parent St run w. Davis parents were very friends Tell How the Mother once told him to go Down to the Post office to get tim mail. John then but a Little fellow remarked a i would go. Mother hut i am afraid it would spoil the other replied that she w Ould Lave All her servants spoiled i rive it ice son shirk work. Took warning and got tile i rift her he a an to 11 Davis mail. His or All of hit education her gave Davis practically grammar and High school up never went to the evening Republican Bureau. 301 Albee building. Washington. A. July 14. By George f. Air Thikar the american people now have Ai Puzzle presented to them comparable j to that offered by Frank Stockton i when he wrote the a lady or the j a the republicans in their Cleveland. Convention and their Cleveland Nom i Knees took a Frank stand in opposition to the progressive tendencies of the j Day. The la Follette candidacy a is j an equally Frank position in favor i of them. The democratic position is i an attempt to ride into office through i the difficulties of their opponents without taking a definite stand on anything. The democratic platform Means Little or nothing but this might be overlooked because plat forms have come to be discredited anyhow. But they have nominated conservative for president and a Radical for vice president a John w. Davis to head the ticket arid a Bryan i to wag its Tail. Regardless of How a a Liberal John w. Davis May talk no one can doubt but that on Basic things he would be conservative. The convention at new York refused a league of nations Plank submitted by Baker but nominated a candidate who is a wilsonian advocate of the league. The conservative vote might conceivably be divided As Between Davis and Coolidge but conservative democrats As Well As republicans Are Likely to think a Long time before they vote for Davit for president Well know ing that this same vote rip it make. Charles w. _ Bryan. A brother Charlie a the actual president. There is a Strong possibility that the Congress May elect the next president and that the House deadlocked. May leave it to the Senate to elect the vice president and under those conditions he would automatically become president. Also there will in the event of the election of Davis and Bryan he Only one life Between Charles w Bryan and the presidency. On the other hand the radicals whom the nomination of Bryan is expected to Appeal to will hardly he swayed into voting for Bryan for second place since their vote would tend u. S. Aviators reach Paris in _ world flight deathbed statement results in Appell to governor for Reward for slayers demo la atm a nominee today begins in Earnest program for his Campaign powder Springs. A. Paris France july 14.�? a a the three air planes which Are attempting to carry the insignia of the american air service around the world and to Girdle the Globe by air for the first time in history today practically finished the Asiatic and european stages of their Long flight when they swooped Down upon the Lebourget air dome Field. The american airmen were escorted by a Squadron of French air planes in military formation which had met them after they had flown Over French territory relieving a squad #. I a i a a u a f1u�o i it i Vii i a Iida Vav no o part of the distance from Strasbourg. As the planes came to Earth on the French official Landing station the six americans were greeted with great enthusiasm by a Large throng which had gathered about the Ai drome. The aviators although showing the Wear and tear of their Long trip were full of Good cheer and visibly affected by the warmth of their reception. Crowd swarms about the fliers took almost 12 hours to make the trip from Vienna to Paris being delayed not Only by their Stop Strasbourg but by a three hours storm into which they plunged soon after leaving Vienna. The crowd rushed on the Landing Field at the risk of Accident As son As the americans began to approach the ground. The machines were surrounded before they had fairly stopped and hundreds of hands were raised toward the pilots while the americans present sent up a big cheer which the French echoed with resounding Lieut. Lowell h. Smith and his companions took the demonstration modestly almost shyly but the officers of the French aviation corps took charge of the party after the j Illy 14�?following a death bed statement by John e. Mckinney 50, who died Here j late Friday of Burns that he had been made a a human Torch by unidentified persons. Members of Bis fam i a and friends Toda v a Poca died. To gov. Clifford Walker to offer a Reward for apprehension and conviction of the alleged slayers. A i they asserted an investigation will j be prosecuted vigorously claiming j that Mckinney literally was burned alive by his enemies. Mckinney was quoted in his deathbed declaration As having stated that while he was at work on his warehouse last thursday he heard an automobile Stop nearby. A was i came out later a Spray of some liquid hit he was quoted. A l4, a a _ a Jiva Iii Nam of Tuiai my Jing and i was in flames Mckinney was said to have been Active in support of prohibition enforcement in Cobb county and blame for his death is placed on bootleggers by his family. O report 3,000 killed in revolt by brazilians Public she Maste Bertli school for Provat up. Of Clarksburg was a. Brilliant woman. Of latin and greek after of Ber first child. A went to private school i tint time Davis went t conducted by is j John w. Gaa is is unlike most presi Denti a l candidates. In not being born in a log cab in. Even his oldest friends Aren t sure where he was b dry. But most of them think the House above is the Puac e. The Davis family moved into it about tue time of i s birth folks Arentt sure whether it was before or a it e a formal Welcome and soon Mada them re tee fat Quot their a a a Mush More Likely it pee is. J Lieut. Smith said this evening he in Follette who is certain Walt it Uncertain whether the fliers much better showing than j would leave Paris tomorrow or atop to critic or j Over until wednesday because of the program for their entertainment he i found arranged in Advance of their arrival. Paris. France july 14.�? a3 a the j american round the world fliers arrived Here at 4 46 of clock this of the situation make Battle a a Nori shoo Iger. Quot Davis and by one thing eau. Now a f i Remen a Way the Dot his or taught a ret Finger Lys George Dun a go banker and of Davis a the Ith his feet on Mack Stogie in dogs uncover i assert pastor j would he i to vote flt j to make i either d leaders of the East believe t to any event j Nebraska an interesting ground it is the Home of the two i vice presidential candidates since of i was at Lincoln that general Charles i g. Dawes began his meteoric career. I flt Srno on i Bryan will he opposed in his own Washington \ state by George w. Norris who will i support la Follette. In Middle Western state i t 7i\ a it nit a turn no ism Ludl in d c., july 14.�?with i their arrival in Paris the american a1 o. The Ord fliers have travelled 18,035 the t free Cor be j a a Miles in 118 Days with 230 hours fight makes All a of the states riving time. Doubtful hut would seem to inure a Gre Fern Ltd a Quot i o Quot the or tray Fage of a Pryst Dent Coolidge. I in spit Davis a Boti Terra re we in Tho owned father a Saddler it of his rigorous training True boy Duncan says probably were the 1803 coun of the modern Sheik did no to go joyriding in autos e Days a Duscan says. A a a it hordes and rigs. Many times my i raced Down main Street listen of the More staid Folk. Vie horse could never Bent my loot at Tripp Dhount he f. I i legend. Icing trip he at Tome a w was drugged sino. Air held 1nc0ntempt of Senate probes Battle Creek Mich. July 14.�? Pic the Rey. Oren Van Loon pastor of Church at Berkley i h e a tri i 1 was rut Davis nor sorrel a Davis used try run away frer maternal apron string to the Quot Hole with Duncan other boys. Davis Grandfather a Saddler. I father also operated the saddlery in main Street for a number of years even after Davis was Horn hut later entered the bar and politics. Never Defeated for office Davi entered politics unknowingly against his fathers strict orders. In 1816 delegates of the first West \ in Glia congressional District my to choose a congressional candidate. Krs hell Resu la d Jill u plice i Ipi the d to u he was a Beardsley tend a a after Job placated h Man. The hidden Iii a it Hortt in robbery. Cers fro it House r John Al not at lie after War in run try Detroit suburb wan a prisoner under the influence of drugs most of the la Days Between his disappearance from be and last Friday when he gtd on tile Street lie e. In the f. Kingsley his at during the period ves Rey. Loon i or water. Min of fir k f. T n Irner go in my ing to or. Scott it it is said he in a. Julius and a. To found John Kraft in his Mother s lid. The voting Man Ost Zinani Davis sent i to accept he sent an was Sistar Bene came me w it i theft of to Sci de at Tripp in tilt several thousand Dot i he was dragged it bed. Or. Scott said he i a gun in each hand. 4tibet? _ a lots a 1 1� fing i is that has been report last few weeks ars Worth of loot which had been hidden Kraft Home and the Yard o place was recovered a it hearing they were Alt Moue for Bis son. John j a Telegram forbidding Hii the Post. To make sure in Ripe Tryr rih a a Ignatius Brennan political Boss got the telegrams first. He kept them in Hie pocket until after Davis accepted. He was elected and has never been Defeated for any office. Family physician converted delegates a it know More about Davis that 1 his boasts or. J. W. Johns i ton. Davis family physician for the \ past 25 years. But upholding professional traditions he wont Tell secrets. Or. Johnston went to the demo j cratic convention at his own expense to Aid Davis. Ile claims to have warmer tuesday and in extreme Tun North Ltd South Carolina a portion might. He i Happ missing not found sea Inch letter in is Appa pastors h e i piece die it in i ent scars. I d by it out the he Kraft ring to. Or. Scot weather forecast ire were aide to question Rev. Yan Loon yesterday about a letter found in a Black hut he carried when he left Home and which was found beside his unconscious form Friday. The letter was addressed to a or. Davis arid discussed a livestock Deal. It said that the writer was going to Chicago and asked a a Davis to meet him there. Rev. Loon said the letter was a forgery. The pastor said the last he re Mem Washington. A. July 14 a a a six of the to counts in the indict meet of Harry f Sinclair for con tempt of the Senate were sustained i today in the supreme court of the District of Columbia. Justice Hoehling ruled out ques or s condition was Lions asked of Sinclair about the Al-1 today Alt Hough j legend contribution of Sinclair con Tion of what Blad Sotl Datel Stock to will h. Hays or some one representing the Republican National committee and Transfer of funds from the National Park Bank of new York to the National metropolitan Hank of Washington As pertinent. He also made the Sam decision on the final count which charged Sinclair with refusing to ans in Tendon tomorrow London. England. July 14.�?the american round the world flyers will arrive at the Croydon air station just outside London about noon tomorrow of they continue at. The ter i Rifle pare they have set. Since they took off from Karachi in Northwestern Tondla. On july 7. The aviators will Stop Here a Day As the official guests of the British Lair ministry. Which is preparing welcoming ceremonies for them. Tomorrow night they will stay at the Royal Aero club and wednesday will hop North to Brough for a weeks rest and change of motors and the at Washington d. C., july 14.�? reported evacuation of the City of Sao Paulo by the brazilian Federal authorities was confirmed in official dispatches received today by the state department. One dispatch undated from Sao Paulo described the withdrawal of the federals to Santos where if was said preparations were Well advanced for a renew Ednack on the state capital. Troops were already in motion with the object in View when the mme in wan sent. Santos Brazil. July ul�?<4> a lighting in the City of Sao Paulo seat of the brazilian insurrection has been of the most desperate character duping the past few Days according to two employees of an american concern who arrived Here today after a perilous .4onrney afoot from the beleaguered Metropolis. They estimated that the dead among troops Ann civilians will reach 3,600. The luxurious hotel Des Lamade at Sao Paulo has been turned into i a Hospital and is said to he crowded with the wound Al. Shells from i the besieging Federal forces have been falling in the City. One landed on a note Al i Tig a Rai r i i Fri i a a some of the Federal artillery stationed South of the suburb of a per Anga. Has been bombarding the City. Most of the fighting which has been taking place be tween Here and san Paulo is said to have been Between Small hands of rebels and Federal troops. Refugees confirm the report that 600 Federal troops who started last week from Santos to Aid in the Relief of Sao Paulov Ere Cut to pieces by Tho insurrection its. Governor do Campos Sao Paulo state provident is understood to he Here in Santos now under Federal pro vew York City july 14.�?th� ceremony of officially notifying John w. Davis of his nomination for the presidency by the democratic party will take place at Clarksburg w. Va., it was Learned today. Formal announcement of the arrangements for the event which probably will take place within two weeks is expected within the next few Days or. Davis address of acceptance will signalized the opening of the democratic Campaign. Locust Valley n. A a a july 14.�?op a John w. Davis Hopes of carrying Western agricultural states have gone up its a result of week end conferences with senator Walsh of Montana and Carl w. Vrooman of Bloomington iu., Here. Or. Vrooman who was an assistant Secretary or agn pure under fret ident Wilson saw Tho democratic nominee at Malapan his extensive estate there it is understood that or. Vrooman who farms Large tracts in Eastern Plionis urged or. Davis to address himself with vigor to agrarian problems and presented proposals for land reforms. Both the Western leaders recommended that Tho candidate devote a Large part of his time to a speaking tour of their sections and or. Davis asserted he intended to do so. Refreshed As a result of his restful week end or. Davis Wili motor to new York City today to begin in Earnest the program for his Campaign. He will see several party leaders during the Day at the Home of Frank l. Polk. Residents of Locust Valley expect that he will make Malapan his principal Headquarters during the Campaign. Going to Clarksburg w. Va., for the notification and for other Brief stays. A o Corn Advance since june is now 25 cents pachment of pontoons before starting. ,. Ort inn to is declared to have said that the people of Sao Paulo wanted tilt of flt i i Nome Sci d ii Way Iceland and Greenland. Kansas City mo., july 14.�?sensational reports of poor condition of the a Tendian wheat drop together with growing feat that the United states will produce a very Small Corn crop this year stimulated excited speculative buying of both grains for fut of delivery today and the markets closed in a. Turmoil with advances for the Day of 4 to 5 cents a Bushel. July wheat sold up to 1.12 3-4 % hush Here and Corn advanced i ont Quot Quot a a. A a a a a sin re the Market started to Advance in june wheat Price have gone up 19 to 20 cents a Bushel and Corn has risen 25 cents a. Bushel. Of wheat jumps 5 cents on news from Canada ing the time he was or of How the a a a. red onto his Back in two s had Rome there. The let entry branded Between the to older Blades with a one r stamp will leave Perman i it a. Kinglsey said. Coolidge to be notified first week of August Washington. July 14 a notifying president Coolidge of his i nomination the Republican candidate for president will be held by tween aug. 7 and aug. 14, it was indicated today at the White House. The Date. Was set originally for huh tic july 24, but that plan was ananson for Sinclair a next Raj after the death of the presidents wer any questions. In View of the far reaching ques a Juv a i j i id i ii v a n \ in made the Date him to remain As a Leader in the insurrection hut he refused to join the movement whereupon he was permitted to escape from the City. The rebel forces defending san Paulo against the attack of the Federal trops Are estimated to number 34.000. This number is said to be increasing daily by recruits arriving ceremonies from nearby regions. The federals of. Present Are estimated to number 24,-000. Either on hand or Enro Ute. The continued Federal bombardment of Pao Paulo is said to have turned the entire population overwhelmingly to the support of the move Twenty Days ahead so that if he desired he would have reasonable Opportunity to apply to the court of appeals for the allowance of a special Appeal. This procedure. It was said would expedite the final decision of the supreme court of the son. Calvin or. Today a baseball National Lomagno Boston at Cincinnati postponed Breed Between the time lie left Home j United states where the cause ult j pvt y0rk Minnesota generally fair tonight and tuesday warmer tonight in West and South portions and in South portions tuesday. Iowa fair tonight and tuesday West bound on an overnight speaking trip until he wits found Here is of going to a Royal Oak Bank cashing his Church salary Check and getting a drink of either water or of ice Cream soda at a place the location of which he cannot recall. is expected to be settled of rung delegations into line for him Clarksburg is excited All Clarksburg is Davis mad Ness has ceased its usual quiet course since his nomination. People who Haven to spoken to each other for years Are talking Davis on the Street Corners. Visitors Are inflicted by any num i her of self appointed guides who in j Sist on showing where Davis stood when he made his last speech where he ate lunch and where he first met j Ellen Bassel his second wife. To Bly becoming unsettled by tuesday j Busi i warmer tonight. South Dakota generally Filiti tonight and tuesday warmer. Local temperatures w maximum and it kumkum tempera Tures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 77. Minimum. 52. At 8 a. In. Today. 63. Of rebellion in Brazil causes Coffee flurry Soo Falls High school Gridiron Star drowned 320 too too too Jacobs and Chicago. Barnes and Snyder of Farrell. Philadelphia .402 002 ooo�?8 13 i Pittsburgh too too 002�?3 to 2 j Carlson and Hellins Kremer Stone and Knox. Brooklyn. Too Sioux Falls s. D., july 14.�?herbert Sioux Falls High school student was drowned in the Sioux River two Miles Southwest of Here yesterday afternoon when he was seized with cramps while swimming. The body was recovered late yesterday. Moe was a Star end on the High school football team last fall. O a a a a Columbia s. C., july 14.�?gather too Dickerman flames link towns Wewoka for an Are weather and roads Huron Clear. 62 roads Good. La express tin Cromwell City non Railroad town and Sioux fall Quot Clear 64 roads Good Oil Center Are under Way. Two Pas Pierre Clear 60 roads Good Senger planes and one Large bomber Mitchell partly Cloudy 63, roads plane Are expected to Fly Between the i Good. Two places. Aberdeen Clear 60 to net worn he a or sin kl�?6-4�?o a i it . Good new York City july 14�?brazilian political news led to a heavy buying Gagain from All parts of the Cou movement in the Coffee futures mar i by it men who fought in the 42nd Ket today which forced prices 80 to Rainbow division assembled today 87 Points net higher september sell their sixth annual reunion. Sev a to a a a rom her Selling enl Hund Aprl of Tho veterans hurl Are to St. Louis. Decatur and Taylor and Gonzales. American league first game St. Louis. 200 too ooo�?3 8 2 new York. 201 022 oox�?7 13 0 Danforth Bayne and Severeid Pennock and Behan. Detroit. 004 of Philadelphia. 012 of Well Sand Sasser Harris Baumgartner and Perkins. Chicago. 020 030 0 Boston. 010 too 0 Faber and Crouse Ehmke. Full Erton and a Quot a sch Cagot j if v Toa b n. Or m a Ity d r v weather in Canada attracted such attention in tim wheat Market today that All High Price records for the season were broken. Reports were at hand that even with the Best conditions for the remainder of the season much off the Canadian crop would fall to yield More than ten bushels an Anre and would be almost a total failure if rain was further delayed. In this connection some estimates of the 1924 world production of wheat including Canada pointed to a shortage of to per cent compared to last year. P kilo Fri Rafiq f Chama Ham Ica arrs no trip . No americans lost i veries of wheat showed fully Furio Janeiro. Brazil july a it or its a Bushel Advance since Satur Iowa uni so far As it is known Here no Amer i Day. May reached 1.30 5-8 today leans have been killed or injured in j against the fighting in Sao Paulo. J a a to i 25 5-1 saturdays final flour goes up $2 per barrel on wheat Advance five persons Are killed in storm sweeping Kansas new York City july 14.�?As a result of the big Advance in w heat flour prices went to the highest Point with of fhe season Tod a with gains it $1.50 to $2 per barrel from the Low level which prevailed a few months ago. Spring patents ranged from $7.25 to 7.75 and soft Winter straights from $5.60 to $5.90. Now Missouri declares War on gasoline Price Augusta kas., july 14�?the bodies of five persons have been recovered from the wreckage of a storm that visited thin Rizir Tritt last night Brig in Dier Charles a. Martin of the Kansas National guard announced today. The wind and rain storm which brought death to several and injured scores of others some seriously caused property damage unofficially estimated at nearly a million dollars. Today the City was virtually isolated from the outside world. The storm damaged almost every business House and scores of residences. Twister path Miles wide a Mcpherson kan., july 14.�?ccoreg of houses were wrecked Brauna windmills and silos levelled Small Jefferson. City mo., july 14.-gasoline prices in Missouri Are too towns damaged a number of persons High and must be reduced or else injured by the Tornado which hit did 14.25. It was feared that if the revolution in san Paulo should last much longer there would be a Scarcity of Coffee in consuming coun n Rived overnight and More were reported hourly including Many notables of the famous division. The City was decorated gaily for their reception. Second game it. Lowisz. New York. We Ingard and Severeid Gaston and Hofmann. Too 6. Too 0 Shawkey. Prosecutions against All Oil compan ies doing business in the state will b started by attorney general j. W. Barrett it was said at the state Legal department today. Restly West of Here last night and eur a path from four to seven Miles wid across Mcpherson county. All wire communications Are Down and roads almost impassable. -. A Flint i \ i
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